Today is the day, we finally get to hear a track from the new 2019 Remix of A Momentary Lapse of Reason. The main changes in the new 2019 mix are the drums and the keyboards, with new recordings from Nick Mason and archival tour recordings from Richard Wright.
While the premiere hasn’t gone live yet on YouTube, the song is available for streaming in certain regions, so make sure to check your preferred streaming service right now!
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When the music impresario Bryan Morrison died aged 66 in 2008, after two years in a coma following a polo accident, he left behind his unpublished memoir. As a music publisher, manager and agent, Morrison had represented the Pretty Things, Pink Floyd, T. Rex, The Jam, Wham! and many others. He was also the founder and owner of the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club.
In this candid and outspoken book, Morrison reveals the true stories behind why Syd Barrett of Pink Floyd once bit his finger to the bone, the Pretty Things were banned for life from New Zealand, and he became involved with the Kray Twins. He also tells how The Jam kissed goodbye to success in the USA, he received death threats when Robin Gibb left the Bee Gees, and signing a publishing deal with George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley as Wham!
Spanning the golden age of British rock ’n’ roll from the 60s to the 80s, this is the extraordinary story of a cigar-chomping, East End entrepreneur, with a passion for art and design, fashion, music and polo.
Keep an eye out for some AFG impressions and a review in the coming weeks.
At the end of September Richard Thompson hosted his 70th Birthday Celebration Concert at the Royal Albert Hall. The concert included a bevy of musical guests, including Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour. David performed on two songs, Dimming of the Day and Fat Old Sun, both of which you can watch below.
Fat Old Sun , Richard Thompson and David Gilmour ,30th September 2019