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Steve Hillage

 

Canterbury Scene

3.93 | 195 ratings

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BrufordFreak
3 stars After being spoiled by Pierre Moerlin on drums, the slowly evolving Hillage sound experiment loses a lot of my interest and respect due to inferior drumming and Steve's rutted sound selection. There are plenty of interesting and engaging passages (especially when there are no drums) and one of the best progressive rock "pop" songs of the 70s in "Palm Trees," but overall this is an album that is best left alone, visited occasionally as one would a history book or old movie.

3.5 stars; a nice collection of songs, not necessarily of the Canterbury style, more experimental electronic rock. BTW: lyrically, is Steve trying to be Todd Rundgren?

BrufordFreak | 3/5 |

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