Co-founder of the progressive rock band Pink Floyd, Roger Waters says record producer Nigel Godrich has very strong opinions about the way he wants to make records, and hes good at his job.
“I very rarely relinquish the reigns of power in these situations, but Nigel has very strong opinions about the way he wants to make records, and he’s good at making records,” Waters said in a statement from Sony Music entertainment.
“It became very clear when we started recording the first couple of little bits of music. One of which was the song ‘Déjà vu’ and the other first thing we did was “Broken bones” that I could either stick my oar in every two minutes or work on a completely new discipline for me, which is keeping my mouth shut (laughs) and waiting to see what happened.
“I did that a lot, but it was good because I think made a very good record and obviously I didn’t keep my mouth entirely shut and contributed as much as I could whenever I could,” added Waters, whose album ‘is this the life we really want” is set to release on June 2.