The series, which was first aired in the UK in 2017, has been running in the US through AXS TV, with last night’s broadcast showing Johnson chatting to Mason about his life in music and his extensive car collection.
In the show, Mason also reflected on how the vehicle he owned in 1964 sparked his first meeting with Roger Waters – an encounter that would go on to have a profound impact on music.
Mason said: “Regent Street Polytechnic – that’s where I met Roger Waters and Rick Wright. We were all training to be architects. It was architecture’s loss when the music took off… or not!
“We sort of met because Roger knew that I had a car – I’m not sure he knew what the car was because actually it was an Austin 7 Chummy with a top speed of 20mph and had no brakes!
“But when he asked if I might lend it to him, I said, ‘No,’ but he also tried to get a cigarette off Rick and famously Rick went, ‘No,’ which sort of set the pattern really for the next 50 years.”
But Mason added: “It was an important moment because if it hadn’t been for that, we might not be sitting here now.”
On November 29, a 16-disc collection featuring Pink Floyd’s work from 1987 onwards will be released. Pink Floyd: The Later Years will be spread across 5CD, 6 Blu-ray and 5DVD and is now available to pre-order. Find details below.