The revelatory interviews aboard Pink Floyd‘s floating studio on the Thames River in 2014 with David Gilmour and Nick Mason regarding the surprise album of the 21st century, Pink Floyd’s The Endless River

This is the fascinating back story of a “final ” musical statement, 1994’s The Division Bell,   which was never intended to be the superstar progressive rock band’s last word, told by Pink Floyd singer/ guitarist/ composer David Gilmour and percussionist Nick Mason, and featuring invaluable final performances by Pink Floyd keyboardist Rick Wright who passed away in September 2008.UK Music Hall of Fame 2005 - Backstage

( Nick Mason  (l) with David Gilmour ).

 

The backwaters of The Endless River   saga run deep and the tributaries feeding it are many, and Gilmour and Mason do a very comprehensive job here in my classic rock  interview detailing the many heroes at the headwaters who are responsible for the release of the first Pink Floyd new studio release in the 21st century. –Redbeard

( Rick Wright  performing with Pink Floyd at London’s Brittania Row studio in 1993 ).PINK-RICK-e0af7b45e7ddb84dd86334d96cb7edc8

 

 

 

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