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New Nick Mason interview talks about Pink Floyd's future Print E-mail
Written by Matt   
Saturday, 17 November 2001

On the Launch.com website, a short interview with Nick Mason has been posted. The drummer makes it clear that there's no sign of new activity from Pink Floyd any time soon.

"I don't think so," he said. "I mean, I think it's, it's always there on the back burner as a possibility, but I think Dave particularly wants to do some other things at the moment. I mean, he's doing some solo stuff, which I think he's really sort of quite caught up in. You know, my experience is that if people want to do solo stuff, that has to be got out of their systems before they'll ever get around to working in a band again".

But Mason, who also races cars and is considering some film-music projects, says he's ready to reactivate Pink Floyd whenever Gilmour and keyboardist Rick Wright - who's currently working on a solo album - are willing. "Definitely. I don't feel I've retired yet," he said. "You know, if everyone wanted to, we could certainly still do something. I've spent 30 years waiting for the planets to align. I'm quite used to it".

 
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