Although seven of the tracks on the album come from Waters' first three solo albums, there are five other tracks on the album of which many fans may not be familiar:
Waters performed a cover of this popular Bob Dylan song for the Israeli film The Dybbuk of the Holy Apple Field.Each Small Candle
This song has been performed live during the In The Flesh tours. It is expected to be on the next Roger Waters solo album. An explanation of the lyrics was placed on the official Roger Waters site in 2000:Flickering FlameA few years ago, an Italian journalist from a Florentine newspaper, involved in the Iniziativa contro la tortura, which is the initiative against torture in Northern Italy, sent some lyrics written by a South American man who had been tortured. The English translation (which represents the first stanza of the song) proved to be very moving, and was set to music. The words remained untouched.. Until Kosovo.
The London Times had a piece which told the story of a Serbian soldier who saw an Albanian woman lying wounded in a burned-out building. He left his platoon, went over and helped her, and then joined his men and marched off. There was sense in that image. The rest of the song is about that.
Note: This original explanation of lyrics in the first verse has since been updated on the official site: " The first stanza is a poem written for Danish Amnesty International by Halfdan Rasmussen. The lyrics of the rest of the song are Roger's response to the poem."
This new demo is expected to be part of the next Roger Waters solo album. It was performed live during the In The Flesh 2002 tour.Towers of Faith
This is one of ten songs written by Waters for the soundtrack to a mid-80's cartoon movie called "When The Wind Blows". Of the ten songs on the soundtrack written by Waters, Towers of Faith is one of the two songs that contain lyrics.Lost Boys Calling
'Lost Boys Calling' is part of the soundtrack for an Italian film released in 1999 called "La leggenda del pianista sull'oceano". The english version of the soundtrack is called "The Legend of 1900". Most of the album is classical with an emphasis on piano. Ennio Morricone wrote most (if not all) of the music on the album. The final song on the album is 'Lost Boys Calling' and features lyrics and vocals by Roger Waters.