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Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets - Live At The Roundhouse - Full Album From Vinyl - Pink Floyd





Track listing with direct track access:-

0:00 Interstellar Overdrive/Astonomy Domine

10:05 Lucifer Sam

13:18 Fearless

18:22 Obscured By Clouds

22:50 When You're In

24:47 Remember a Day

28:21 Arnold Layne

31:37 Vegetable Man

34:05 If

36:00 Atom Heart Mother

43:15 If (reprise)

45:06 The Nile Song

48:44 Green is the colour

52:51 Let There Be More Light

56:29 Childhood End

1:00:03 Set The Controls For The Heart of the Sun

1:12:23 See Emily Play

1:15:27 Bike

1:18:09 One of These Days

1:23:48 A Saucerful of Secrets

1:33:09 Point Me At The Sky



Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets - Live At The Roundhouse - Full album from vinyl.



Musicians:-



Guitar & Lead Vocals: Gary Kemp

Bass & Vocals: Guy Pratt

Drums & Percussion: Nick Mason

Guitar & Vocals: Lee Harris

Keyboards & Vocals: Dom Beken



Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Mason's_Saucerful_of_Secrets



#mason #saucerfulofsecrets #progressiverock #fullalbum #progressive #symphonic #fantasy #rock #space #psychedelic



This video is not intended as copyright infringement, but purely to show the merits of the vinyl playback medium and the equipment used.

No commercial gain has been made from this video, and it is uploaded as \"fair use\".



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I aim to give you the best sound and video quality that I can.



EQUIPMENT USED:-



Vinyl Playback: Modified Technics SL-1200 MK2, Origin Live modified Rega RB250 arm, Audio Technica AT-VM95E cartridge, TAG McLaren PA10 pre-amp with built-in phono stage



Video recording: Fujifilm X-T2 + Fujinon 55-200mm lens, Sony Xperia 5 II



Audio recording: Olympus LS14 (24/96 hi-res recording)


Comments


 
This is interesting, I didn't know about it until I clicked on the Wikipedia link in the description and read up on it. I think it's really cool that Nick Mason wants to recreate or relive the early performances of Pink Floyd - for whatever reason. I'm a huge fan of Pink Floyd's pre Dark Side of The Moon Sid Barret era recordings, in fact I would even go as far to say that I prefer their earlier work from this period.

I won't talk about the music here too much as that is very subjective. Some fans like me will love it but there are doubtless those who will call it a travesty and think it is sacrilegious in some way. I would disagree with those types and defend it on the basis that the members of the band are doing this for no other reason than the shear enjoyment of it. It's great to hear and this must have been a fun gig to attend. I will look out for them in the future as I would love to see them in a smallish venue.

I must admit I was intrigued as to what Gary Kemp was going to sound like doing this sort of stuff. I have to say, he does an excellent job.

If you say this is not as good as the original then I think you are missing the point.
I hope they do more gigs and hopefully another album. I would love to hear them do The Scarecrow.

Edited: Tuesday, 1st June, 2021 @ 11:03 am.
Dan Tuesday, 1st June, 2021 @ 10:59 am


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