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RADIO GNOME INVISIBLE VOL. 3 - YOU

Gong

 

Canterbury Scene

4.27 | 659 ratings

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trackstoni
4 stars With a Kind Permssion from PROGARCHIEVES & all Proggers-- What i want to draw yur attention to is not - YOU - as an Excellent crafted musical add to any proggers ( in fact it is & more ) - What draw my attention was two things -= The next period from Steve Hillage career & a review regarding him by ERIC , Also btwn brackets the albums OPEN & Fishrising- -------- Fishrising - Green - Live Herald - L - where essential works frm Steve Hillage , bUT , what was really impressing for me as a Lebanese Arab was his Album - OPEN - & let me tell yu why============== I'm a 54 years old Retired Pilot , btn the period 1969 - 1979 I was really into hard & prog rock without paying any attention to our culture & musical library -- So,,, there was an instrumental track in this album originaly for a most famous star female singer in the middle eastern coast ( Oum Koulthoum ) and i use to hear this song in my mothers room (without noticing that ) So , this talented artist introduced me to my culture and i believe shurely he doesn't understand any arabic . after all i agree with Eric regarding his review , he was really honest specially ( about the hippie frm outer space ) BUTTT, SH was'nt the inventor of Space rock , and certainly PORCUPINE TREE wasn't inspired by his works - completely different timings, different inspirations ( cause i've known both all the way ) Sooo, i'm not playing the role of a teacher here, specially fr proggers , cause each of us has his own opinion . reviewing these albums is more essential than many bands & works in progarchieves , specially LIVE HERALD - FISHRISING & -- L --
trackstoni | 4/5 |

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