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RADIO GNOME INVISIBLE VOL. 3 - YOU

Gong

 

Canterbury Scene

4.27 | 656 ratings

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Peachy
5 stars There is no downside to this album. It is pure magic. The drum and bass work so well together creating a solid centre allowing the other elements to float and dance around. It feels like there is less singing and more instrumental work on this album than than the previous two parts of the trilogy. The album is packed with fabulous and infectious riffs, the theme from master builder (later recorded as The Glorious Om Riff by Hillage on Green) stands out for me. My favorite track on the album is the Isle of everywhere, a wonderfully simple bass riff starts the track and evolves as the other instruments are introduced and jam over the riff for 10 amazing minutes of music. For me this was the creative peak for Gong and when I saw them live last year for their reunion gig, it was the tracks from this album that shone.
Peachy | 5/5 |

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