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  • CD (1 janvier 2006)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Voiceprint
  • ASIN : B000I2J3M6
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IN THE SEVENTIES

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Its truly a pity this release has gotten buried and forgotten by the GONG fans. In a way, I cant say I can blame them, with the poor quality of "History and Mystery of Gong" sitting in the release list, as Gong's version of the Beatle's ANTHOLOGY collection. For that matter, the huge number of BEST OF releases, might make those interested in this release, to believe that's what this release holds in store for them. Rest assured, its neither a release of odds and ends with sound quality that makes many of the tracks unlistenable, like HISTORY AND MYSTERY, and its not another BEST OF. This is the GONG FORGOTTEN PIECES, many played live before an audience or at rehersals, with excellent sound quality. The entire album provides a joyful GONG listening experience. The sound quality is a solid "A" all the way thru, even on the sections which contain sax solos without any other musicians playing. The first three songs are live, and the mix is simply perfect. MOERLEN's drums are crisp, clear, and stand out. ITs when the splice occurs that throws you into the OM RIFF, where you experience the first 8 minutes of NEEDS TO BE HEARD perfection. As far as I'm aware, this is the ONLY place this song exists, and is truly a GONG classic. All the classic GONG bits are here. Swirling synths, sax solos bouncing between Uranus and the song's head, Daevid chanting some mystical incantation, Hillage's amazing guitar pyrotechnics, Mike Howlett's bass managing to anchor it all down to an ostonato bassline. At least download this track and listen to it, because its PRIMO!
FLOWERS GONE, another live cut, opens with a spot on bluesy harmonica solo, with Daevid doing some quite suitable scat singing in tatem. IT doesnt sound like other versions of "where have all your flowers gone" that I'm aware of, lets say that and leave it. The live cuts continue with I'VE BIN STONE BEFORE, with Daevid opening it up with a solo bit, the band not doing much behind him. This is GONG's comedy number, reminescent of Zappa's live comedy bits. Again, cool song, not much at all like the version on CAMEMBERT ELECTRIQUE. Sequed by a bit of Mr. LONG SHANKS, morphing into O MOTHER. After all that, comes another bit Gong fans should download, if they dont want the buy the whole album. HOLY MYSTERY is nothing less than the first song from Steve Hillage's FISH RISING Solo album. Now, this song DOES Sound just like the opening 6.30 minutes of the SOLAR MUSIC SUITE, and shows how much Hillage's first solo album can stand as a GONG side project. This song, and OM RIFF, are probibly the two cuts i listen to the most here. The next four songs, TROPICAL FISH, SELENE, NEVER GLID BEFORE and OILY WAY, are rehearsal cuts. Again, the sound is stellar, and no doubt has been cleaned a bit. The songs are arranged as a long medley, and dont have vocal parts on all the songs. NEVER GLID BEFORE has Daevid singing, but this song's sound quality is a little harser than the previous cuts. (A- compaired to an A+ sound quality.) The intensity and strenght of the performance covers for the sound, tho. OILY WAY opens with FLUTE SALAD, and falls into OILY WAY. The sound is better here, except for a little bit of a buzzing on the quietest passage. What really makes this cut stand out, is the way the band feels free to improvise with the song, and Daevid's love of scat jazz singing coming thru the mix at times. Then, we are back to a LIVE song, that is unique to this collection, BLUES FOR FINLAY. Again, its GONG "Strong and Streamin' Mate!"--and has a little bit of a blues feel. Actually, its closer to the free form music explorations, and even has some lyrics. Personally, this song really comes alive for me, when Gilli Smyth does her space whisper over Hillage's guitar explorations. For a 14 minute composistion, it maintains your interest, blows the cobwebs out of your mind, and what more can you hope for than that? The album ends with the band introduction, and an "encore". Its a fast, jazzy piece, that sounds great at the end of the album, tho it fades out early.

If you are a serious GONG fan, basically, you need this album. GONG is one of those 70s space rock-Canterbury bands that have seriously been overlooked by the american audiences, and that's a real shame. If you are a newbie, its probibly best to start with CAMBERT ELECTRIQUE, or perhaps YOU. But if you have taste for the Daevid Allen GONG experience already, you'll no doubt love this album. If you don't believe me, just download OM RIFF or HOLY MYSTERY, and see if I'm out of my mind.
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