A Saucerful Of Pink Floyd

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A Pink Floyd mix inspired by the September 2018 tour set list of “Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets” band.

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Nick Mason, the drummer for Pink Floyd, formed his new band in 2018 to play pre-“Dark Side Of The Moon” psychedelic rock including many tunes from “The Syd Barrett Years”. They toured Europe in September 2018 and will be touring again in April & May 2019.

Read more at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Mason%27s_Saucerful_of_Secrets

1. Interstellar Overdrive (live 1969)
2. Astronomy Domine (BBC TV)
3. Lucifer Sam
4. Fearless
5. Obscured By Clouds
6. When You’re In
7. Arnold Layne
8. Vegetable Man
9. If
10. Atom Heart Mother (band version) excerpts
11. The Nile Song
12. Green Is The Colour (BBC)
13. Let There Be More Light
14. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (BBC TV)
15. See Emily Play
16. Bike
17. One Of These Days (from Pompeii)
18. A Saucerful Of Secrets (from Pompeii)
19. Point Me At The Sky (BBC)
20. Paint Box (single version)
21. Up The Khyber
22. Pow R Toc H (BBC)
23. Explosion (from Zabriskie Point) Careful With That Axe Eugene
24. Nick’s Boogie

Please also take a listen to:
https://www.mixcloud.com/briancurrin/rock-legends-pink-floyd-1968-to-1972/
https://www.mixcloud.com/briancurrin/pink-floyd-solo-1967-to-2017/

Created a web presence for “Speaking About Sugar Man: All The Cold Facts”

An informative and inspiring motivational talk about the Rodriguez phenomenon.

Website: https://sugarmanstory.wordpress.com/

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Life Is A Rock (But The Radio Rolled Me) [1973 to 1978]

Growing up in the 70’s in South Africa, I listened to the radio all the time (we only got TV in about 1976!) .

This mix, compiled mostly from old vinyl singles, features some of the songs I heard on the radio between 1973 and 1978. Most of them are obscure, and didn’t chart, but I remember them all with great fondness.

South African Chart History can be found at http://rock.co.za/files/sarock_charts.html

First Five – Rick Wakeman

This is part of series called “First Five” which features tracks from an artist’s first five albums. I usually exclude the big hits and /or popular songs, but not always. Also I prefer not to include live albums or compilations, but sometimes I do.

Rick Wakeman albums featured in this mix:
The Six Wives of Henry VIII [1973]
Journey to the Centre of the Earth [1974]
The Myths and Legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table [1975]
Lizstomania [1975] soundtrack
No Earthly Connection [1976]

Disclaimer: Piano Vibrations, an album of cover versions, released in 1971, is not considered a Wakeman album, even by himself, so I have not included it here.