Artist Top Fives

Nick Mason’s Top 5 Albums Of All Time

“Still the greatest song writer in rock music.”
“Still the greatest song writer in rock music.”
“Not only the great guitar player but one of my favourite and most influential drummers in Mitch Mitchel.”
“Not only the great guitar player but one of my favourite and most influential drummers in Mitch Mitchel.”
“One of my favourite modern jazz players of all time and his piano playing is a lesson in timing and percussion as well as the music.”
“One of my favourite modern jazz players of all time and his piano playing is a lesson in timing and percussion as well as the music.”
“Probably the greatest groove album of all time assembled by Miles and a stellar line up of players.”
“Probably the greatest groove album of all time assembled by Miles and a stellar line up of players.”
“Love the songs, love the band and you also get a bit of Eric Clapton.”
“Love the songs, love the band and you also get a bit of Eric Clapton.”

Ahead of our event with Nick at The John Peel Centre For Creative Arts on Thursday 11th January we caught up with the Pink Floyd drummer to get the lowdown on his Top 5 Albums Of All Time.

Full details of the event and tickets can be found here.

Bob Dylan – The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan

“Still the greatest song writer in rock music.”

Jimi Hendrix – Axis: Bold As Love

“Featuring not only the greatest guitar player, but also one of my favourite and the most influential drummers Mitch Mitchell.”

Thelonious Monk – The Thelonious Monk Orchestra at Town Hall

“One of my favourite modern jazz players of all time. His piano playing is a lesson in timing and percussion, as well as the music.”

Miles Davis – Jack Johnson

“Probably the greatest groove album of all time assembled by Miles and a stellar line up of players.”

Bruce Hornsby & The Range – Halcyon Days

“Love the songs, love the band and you also get a bit of Eric Clapton.”

Check out the podcast from our last event with Nick Mason at The V&A where we discussed Pink Floyd’s iconic The Dark Side Of The Moon.

Check out our blog Pink Floyd ‘Animals’: The Story 40 Years Later here.

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