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Steve Hillage - Live at Deeply Vale Festival 78 CD (album) cover


Steve Hillage


Canterbury Scene

2.27 | 12 ratings

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2 stars Bootleg quality live double set, recorded during one concert in 1978, but released for the first time in 2004 only.

Steve Hillage plays some spacey psychedelic jams, but drumming and electronics are heavily influenced by "new wave" coming. There are plenty of pleasant Steve's guitar moments, but sound quality is so terrible you can't enjoy them. With better sound recording, and shortened to one better structured CD, this material could be not so bad and possibly would attract Hillage guitar sound lovers.

But as it is, I hardly believe even fan can stay more than two hours of noisy flat sound, endless jamming and bad bootleg record feeling.

The only possible listener is Hillage albums collector.

snobb | 2/5 |


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