David Gilmour made an appearance on Later With Jools Holland on the BBC that you can watch online.
He was being interviewed about Pink Floyd’s new album The Endless River which is released in the UK tomorrow 10th November. Your humble narrator has been listening to it all weekend and it’s pretty good if not a little different.
You can watch the interview from 16 minutes 30 seconds in. However, there is loads of great music on the show so perhaps even watch the whole thing. The video is there for another 28 days.
If you are watching the full show notice that Guy Pratt, who played bass for Pink Floyd after Roger Waters left, is playing bass for Bryan Ferry. Just saying. He’s pretty good.
A new 9 minute video has been published on Amazon’s website featuring an interview with David Gilmour and Nick Mason.
You can watch it, using a desktop computer, at this link.
They are discussing the new Pink Floyd Album, The Endless River, which is released in the UK 10th November 2014. It has been released in many countries already including Italy, Germany and other territories. Your humble narrator received a copy today and is about to listen to it for the first time!
In the interview, Nick and David talk through the album recording process in terms of how the music came about and how samples were recording during jamming sessions. There is a particular focus on Richard Wright’s contribution to the album.