On the evening of May 24 in the concert hall “Palladium“Legendary rock bands delighted rock music fans with a more than two-hour tour of the history of psychedelic rock”Pink Floyd“Drummer with the band” Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets. “
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Born in 1944, Nick Mason is one of the founders of Pink Floyd, the most commercially successful and influential rock band of all time. The band’s story began with the friendship of Mason and Roger Waters when the musicians met in 1963 while studying at the University of London. Mason has been a longtime member and drummer of Pink Floyd, and co-author of many of the band’s legendary songs Time, One Of These Days, Careful With That Ax, Eugene and Echoes. Mason is also known as an avid antique car collector and racer who also owns the world’s most expensive Ferrari 250 GTO. The drummer also focused on capturing the history of “Pink Floyd” by writing the book “Inside Out: A Personal History of Pink Floyd”, which was published in 2004.
In 2018, Mason formed the band “Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets” with guitarist Lee Harris. They were soon joined by guitarist and singer Gary Kemps, bassist Guy Prats, and keyboardist and composer Dom Beaver. According to the artist himself, they did not initially try to form a Pink Floyd group. The goal was to give fans an authentic Pink Floyd experience by playing early art material from 1965-1972. One year ago, respectively, “Pink Floyd” became one of the world ‘s most popular and influential bands, thanks to the album “The Dark Side of the Moon”.
In a more than two-hour performance, Nick Mason and his accompaniment really took care of the audience’s return in the late 1960s, during the heyday of psychedelic rock, focusing on guitar and percussion compositions accompanied by tuned video projections. Several songs by the original band leader Sida Barrett were recorded with enthusiasm, including “Arnold Layne”, “Interstellar Overdrive” and the previously unreleased “Vegetable Man”. As Mason had promised, the band’s early compositions such as “Astronomy Domine”, “Fearless”, “Childhood’s End”, “Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun”, “Nile Song,” A Saucerful Of Secrets “, “One Of These Days”, but the culmination of the concert was clearly the performance of Pink Floyd’s longest and most unbridled composition “Echoes” for almost 20 minutes.
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