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Steve Hillage

 

Canterbury Scene

4.00 | 132 ratings

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4 stars This is the first HILLAGE album were Miquette Giraudy really demonstrate talent for techno keyboards. Hard to believe those excellent keyboards are played by a woman. This album was surely a good reference of inspiration for OZRIC TENTACLES, especially the keyboards. It is not surprising that Miquette Giraudy and Steve HILLAGE work together these years in a techno ambient group named system 7 (system 777 in USA). The sound is so space here that even the guitar is sometimes sequenced and has full of frequencies filter changes effects! I find this record quite structured, and the drums + bass do a very good job. Just hear the guitar sound on "Palm Trees": absolutely amazing! It reminds me just slightly Steve HACKETT's solos on "Spectral Mornings" and more the "Listen" solo on "Magic is a Child" (NEKTAR). This record is one of his best.
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