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RADIO GNOME INVISIBLE PART 1 - FLYING TEAPOT

Gong

 

Canterbury Scene

3.89 | 370 ratings

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H.NOT
4 stars The first volume of "Radio Gnome" by GONG is a great introduction to a magical and very original universe. Effectively, this band can be rattached to the canterbury scene. They mix rock with jazz and add some Floydian keyboards in their "Flying Teapot". But what makes this band so unique is a very rare thing in the prog world : they are very competent musicians but they aren't serious at all. They always seem to say us : "hey, we are just here for fun, don't analyze all that stuff, be cool and enjoy". Thirty years later I'm always flying, flying, flying ....
H.NOT | 4/5 |

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