Rent Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets: Live at the Roundhouse (2020)

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"Live at the Roundhouse" is unlike any other concert film connected with Pink Floyd. It's the nearest thing you can get to a time machine, transporting you back to the very earliest days of the band. Everything else is being experienced for the first time since their original live performances.

1. Beginnings
2. Interstellar Overdrive
3. Astronomy Domine
4. Lucifer Sam
5. Fearless
6. Obscured by Clouds
7. When You're In
8. Remember a Day
9. Arnold Layne
10. Vegetable Man
11. If
12. Atom Heart Mother
13. If (Reprise)
14. The Nile Song
15. Green is the Colour
16. Let There Be More Light
17. Childhood's End
18. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
19. See Emily Play
20. Bike
21. One of These Days
22. A Saucerful of Secrets
23. Point Me at the Sky
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Jim Parsons
British Films, Documentary, Music & Musicals, Performing Arts, Special Interest
Release Date:
Not released
Run Time:
190 minutes
Release Date:
Run Time:
193 minutes
English Dolby Digital 5.1, English LPCM Mono, English LPCM Stereo
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9
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  • Band Rehearsals
  • Band Interviews

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An Amazing Concert - Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets: Live at the Roundhouse review by JG

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My Floyd collection begins with “Atom Heart Mother” and I’m not that familiar with the earlier work save for the odd listen over the years with mixed feelings. I’ve always thought that if I had been a bit older I would have embraced the earlier work more, but whilst I enjoyed tracks like “Set the Controls….”, I found their more whimsical songs a turn off. So I embarked upon this live set with curiosity. I was won over from the outset and sat entranced through the set. Those whimsical numbers seemed to make more sense now, interspersed amid the much more meaty tracks wrapped up in their very retro psychedelic light show. The more progressive tracks were played with such enthusiasm and skill that they seemed fresh and vibrant. It was so refreshing to hear Floyd music played live that was not “Shine On…” or “Wish You Were Here”. I was particularly pleased to hear tracks from “Obscured by Clouds”, especially a blistering version of “Childhood’s End”. The one omission was my all-time favourite Floyd track, “Echoes”, but perhaps that is for the band’s future.

During the interviews there were several comments about them not wanting to come across as a tribute band. That never crossed my mind whilst watching the show. Apart from an original band member, there was Guy Pratt who has been with the band since the 1980s. Another band member worked closely with Rick Wright. The musicianship sounded great to my ears and the sense of fun they were having permeated the whole show. The revelation for me was Gary Kemp. I only knew him as a member of a New Romantic band I could not stand. Here he showed his musical versatility and in his interview he was very articulate and intelligent: a real pleasure to listen to.

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