Jim Ladd : Thank you for your call, allright, since we have the guy here who brought us, we might as well do something, now before we gonna do that, let me introduce you to one of the intrinsical parts of the bleeding heart band. This is a gentleman who has a solo album out on his own , which is doing quite well. He is the keyboardist for the Bleeding Heart Band, he was in a group called Ace on time, also Squeeze and most recently Mike and the Mechanics. Will you please welcome the keyboard player of the Bleeding Heart Band, Mr. Paul Carrack(TEMPTED :: Paul Carrack)
So for the very last time, we are about to link up with the satelite , we will begin the last show of the Radio KAOS tour with one more telephone call, this one from outside londonB:- Hello, I'm Billy
Let's go back to the telephones now, while you were listening to that last song, Billy and I were having a conversation and he was explaining me how he was able to call me here at the stationB:- I was able to use the cordless phone Jim, otherwise I would be completely incommunicado
(News Flashes: Further Conflicts in Northern Ireland, two man have been shot dead by undercover securirty forces [oh] Australia has protested against Ethiopea about the seizure of a ship from Australia carrying relief aid from australia, part of its cargo was destined for the rebel controlled area of eritrea and Tigre Confisques ...... about weapons. Obviously if we are producing things that we cannot need, that we cannot even justify to our own people, the we are going to supply them to others And when that happens then we're fuelling war 20% of the worlds scientists are involved in weaponsresearch 25%of R&D worldwide goes on weapons 50 off all british government R&D is on weapons more financial and intelectual recources are devoted to (chime) weapons worldwide
J:- Wembley I give you the words and the music of Roger Waters! Unbelievable set of songs. Doesn't matter which side of the Atlantic you're on. In that set we heard :
Sound man : OK, welcome back. The people out in the audience truck say you didn't do half bad for an english audience. You were nice and loud and you woke everybody up in LA who were trying to sleep into this...so we don't have to do the first half again. So we'll do a few new ones this time. So will you welcome back once more the voice of Radio KAOS, Mr. Jim Ladd
J:- Welcome back to part 2 of the radio KAOS show. This is the part of the show where we take a couple of telephones calls from the audience to find out what you find from the first part of the show, or generally what is on your mind. Hello Roger how are you?(crowd getting crazy)
Rog: Hello there [Phone in:] J:- We have out first caller here R:- Speak to me --Roger Will you run for president? What a horrible thought, no --Do you believe the tide is turning? Yes and NO (at 2:00 not at the end of the show yes) --Where WYWH, the Wall, TFC personal? Yes --Do you think of Maggie, in the 2nd verse of Pigs? Occasionally, also on others
J:- I like to continue with the second half of Radio KAOS, but first a word from one of our sponsors.(goof up, tape doesntt start)
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J:- We've all been wondering how this next bit was going to play in London. You see it's kind of a combination of sexual innuendo and sportsfishing so...
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN the fish report with a beat.
Featuring paraquat kelly and his fishing companion Cinthy the fox.
Allright, it's time now for the fish report with a beat
85 red rockhard rocca
35 Naughty bits
And that'll do it for this edition of the fish report with a beat
?- They liked it
J:- Ladies and Gentleman on Gtr, Andy The HAt fairweather low this one for our great leader ???? in the south Atlantic.
[GET YOUR FILTHY HANDS OF MY DESERT]
B:- Hey Jim I've been listening to your show
B:- Look what I have found
J:- Billy, I appreciate your magician with the cordless telephone and all but we're on the air live and you cannot just cut in any time you want
B:- You'll like this
B:- I found this in the files on Abbbey Road Studios
(Billy takes control over the video display and shows a video of 'Arnold Layne')
Rog: The grat Syd Barrett, he shouldn't be forgotten
J:- Well Billy I don't know how you did that
J:- Well, just try to ???
J:- Have you come up with a solution yet?
B:- I'm getting closer
J:- Well we let our young computer genius work on his particular problem, while we continue with a sonc entitled "If"
J:- Allright let's get back to Billy and found out how he is coming along
B:- Just getting through some data it must look good
(News flash about hacking trees)
One third of the Amazon rain forest has been mostly for cattle to supply the USA with hamburgers. For each westerner, two to three tress die each year, representing an area the size of England and Scotland.
[NOT NOW JOHN]
('Fuck all that' chanting turning into 'tear down the wall')
You will remember at the beginning of the show we had a call from the hall from a guy by the name of Sean who wanted to hear more music from The Wall. Well, Sean this one's for you it's called "Another Brick in the Wall"
[ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL, PART I]
J:- Allright Wembley, there's a fine voice tonight. Since we're on the subject of education, in America one goes to school for 12 years. Cramming your mind full useless facts called homework, try to please your parents, try to please your teachers, and when you come out at the end of these 12 years the lights are on, but there's nobody home...
B:- I'm finished Jim J:- You're finished Billy? Have you solved the problem? Have you come to some sort of decision yet? B:- It's later than you think J:- It sure is later then I think, but what's the point B:- There's still some time. (Franatic bongo drums start) I heard that Now the question is what should be done? B:- It's time to go home J:- Easy maestro What do you mean it's time to go home (more drums) Billy, Easy Billy B:- It's time to go home[HOME]
(bongo's, war room sounds) Bearing Zero, Six, Zero range Nuke analyzer This is the SPO confidence report now, Mid confidence is high Confidence high inform missile warning in form sentence Hello we have an IRBM in the system and our confidence is high Missile warning informed sir, Thank you (and some more of this)
There must be more to life Then lucky strikes and some unlucky ones And folded flags and pipes and drums I wanted everyone to know what it felt like You me and The Powers That Be Will you forgive me Jim?
Rog: The bleeding heart band Mr. Mel Colins On the drums, Graham Broad Jay Stapley Mrs. Doreen chanter Miss Katie Kissoon Mr. Paul Carrack The inevitable Andy Fairwqeather Low And from southern California, the voice of Radio KAOS, Mr Jim Ladd Thank you Someone: Roger Waters Rog: Thank you, thank you all for calling, we'll see you all again very soon, in about a minute (encored) Rog: We've eh...OK, we've got eh we've got a friend whose coming to night, you, most of you, will know her voice from an album from a long time ago, Dark Side of The Moon, and she's coming here to do some songs with us, Mrs. Clare Torey[BREATHE]