Nick Mason Reveals Early Pink Floyd Embarrassment

11/09/2016
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Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason reveals in a new interview the one thing that he found enormously embarrassing about the band's early years while he took a look back for the new "Early Years 1965-1972 box set".

Mason was asked about another member's recent comments that he couldn't take some of the band's early days material seriously because they "were just young guys getting together, wanting to be rich and get laid."

The drummer revealed, "Someone asked me what my reaction to watching some of this stuff is. It's partly nostalgia - but there's also enormous embarrassment. Us all scampering about in our shiny clothes - it's quite bizarre, now that we're rather elderly grandees of the industry. But it was fun, and I think that's quite nice, perhaps, to celebrate that." Read the full interview here.

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