Landau was brought in to play on Pink Floyd's 1994 album, "The Division Bell." He recalled how the sessions were shrouded in secrecy, with the band members wearing masks to maintain anonymity. Landau himself was not told who he was playing with until he arrived at the studio.
"It was one of the most creative sessions I've ever done," Landau said. "They were very open to my ideas and we really pushed the boundaries of what was possible with the guitar."
Landau's contributions to "The Division Bell" helped to create some of the album's most memorable moments, including the soaring solo on the track "Take It Back."
Looking back on the experience, Landau expressed gratitude for the opportunity to work with such a legendary band.
"I feel incredibly fortunate to have been a part of that album," he said. "It was a truly unforgettable experience."
Landau's session work on "The Division Bell" is just one example of his illustrious career, which has included collaborations with artists such as Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, and Michael Jackson. As he continues to inspire and influence generations of guitarists, Landau's legacy is sure to endure for years to come.