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GREEN

Steve Hillage

 

Canterbury Scene

3.94 | 137 ratings

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Chris S
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5 stars Definitely Hillage's best album by far. Nick Mason on drums and helping production also adds to the music's overall class. Let Green take you on a magic cosmic trip from ' Sea Nature' and ' Ether Ships' right thru to the ' Glorious Om riff'. You can see where Ozric Tentacles got a lot of their inspiration and Green is a cut above all his other releases. SH manages to convey the whole eco-friendly qualities too with distinction on 'Musick for the trees' and ' Palm trees ( love guitar)'. His guitar work his second to none and Miquette Giraudy's synth interludes are perhaps the best I have ever heard her play.Seriously if you do not have Green best invest in it soon because you will only realize then what have been missing since 1978.
Chris S | 5/5 |

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