Pink Floyd co-founder/drummer Nick Mason is the only member of the legendary group to participate in all of their trailblazing releases, as well as all of their equally transcendent live performances. In May 2018, he and his new band, Nick Mason's Saucerful Of Secrets, debuted with four concerts in London to an incredibly strong reception. Unattended Luggage is a further celebration of Mason's significant contributions to music, presenting his solo albums Nick Mason's Fictitious Sports (1981), Profiles (1985) and White of the Eye (1987) together for the first time in 3LP/3CD box sets.
Mason's solo debut, Nick Mason's Fictitious Sports saw him collaborate with such artists as Robert Wyatt and Carla Bley. Follow-up Profiles was a collaboration with 10cc guitarist Rick Fenn, a largely instrumental album with the exception of "Lie for a Lie," (featuring Maggie Reilly and Pink Floyd cohort David Gilmour) and "Israel" (featuring UFO keyboardist Danny Peyronel). White of the Eye served as the soundtrack for Donald Cammel's British thriller of the same name and finds Mason once again working with Fenn.
Nick Mason says, "These recordings hold a very special place for me in my musical life. Listening back after 30 odd years, I'm delighted they are getting the reissue treatment. I'm rather hoping that sales will be sufficient to damage the market in the original rare vinyl versions!"