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Canterbury Scene

4.14 | 716 ratings

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4 stars Excellent french group that goes with angel's egg confirmed if his music as psychedelic technically superb, very delirium, Steve Hillage guitar is at the top of his art, the keyboard also tim blake. Daevid Allen Australia is literally at balalde singing with Gilli Smith, still very beautiful voice delirious. Pierre Moerlen this fantastic french drummer and Didier Malherbe great saxophonist flutist. This was not the best album of Gong but there is much to this great training, not to mention Mike Howlett, excellent bass. 'Oily Way' is a title which shows that Gong is a group home in delirium, easy to play titles not easily accessible. The music is very melodic and pleasant, and quiet bele, battery Pierre Moerlen époustoufflante is like all the breaks that are all prepared and Migot with the knowledge of Gong. Inner Temple offers a wide space, very relaxing. The humor is very present on the album and delirium also.
Discographia | 4/5 |


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