Went to see Roger Waters "The Wall" concert last night a Wrigley Field. I have to say, that even though this is an album I have been a fan of for 30+ years and have seen other performances of it, namely the 1990 Charity Concert, it was nothing compared to this. The Projection technology on the Wall has always been a major part of the show, but the technology seems to have been perfected here, where a combination of computer graphics and live feed images of the band. Waters also got a lot more political in this one. But from what I've heard, he's done that a lot in the last few years. A side joke. As much as it shames me a life-long Chicago resident, this is the first time I've been to Wrigley in 50 years. So I was a little concerned about finding my way down there, and there were some scary moments. But I did ask a good friend of mine, a long-suffering and life-long Cubs fan, who joked, "Joe, It's not like you can miss it." To which I respond, "Yet, Oddly, a World Series has never found its way there!" (Which turns out wasn't true, because they were in teh world Series in the 1940's.