13:00 – 14:00
12 October 2022 | 60 Minutes
Think Floyd and the Constant Journey into the Next Dimension - a Travelogue from the LA Rock Scene
The saxophonist for Pink Floyd (Another Brick in the Wall), Supertramp (Logical Song), and Toto (...I bless the rains down in Africa) who grew up in LA with early childhood memories helping James Brown set up for a recording at the legendary Sound Studios that his set up and ran in the 60s. Following in his footsteps of becoming a musician and lifelong serial entrepreneur (his father is one of the inventors of wah-wah pedal) Scott is always pushing the limits of creativity in music production, distribution and concert performances. He is an early pioneer of CD-ROM games and interactive games and his recent by Think:X project is developing a massive 360 dome with fully immersive visuals for live concerts. In conversation with Ralph Simon and audience discussion, Scott Page gives an inside account of working with some of the most innovative musicians, performers and producers from the last forty years like David Gilmour, Bob Ezrin, Bon Jovi, Janet Jackson, and the Rolling Stones.