On Episode 112 of the RETROZEST podcast, Curtis celebrates the 35th Anniversary of A MOMENTARY LAPSE OF REASON, the thirteenth studio album by progressive rock band PINK FLOYD. It was released on September 7, 1987 through EMI and Columbia Records. This is the first Pink Floyd album not to feature original member Roger Waters; rather, David Gilmour leads the charge.

Joining Curtis to assist is SCOTT PAGE, tenor saxophonist on the song “Dogs of War”, and sole saxophonist and rhythm guitarist on Pink Floyd’s 1987 – 1989 tour supporting the album! Scott discusses his famous music pedigree, his time supporting bands like Supertramp and Toto, how David Gilmour recruited him for Pink Floyd, and his otherwise multi-faceted career as both a musician and an entrepreneur!

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