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Canterbury Scene

3.88 | 110 ratings

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5 stars I think that if Soft Machine had not called one of their best songs as "Slightly all the time" (Third, 1970) this would have been certainly the title of this fantastic album. Infact the sound stuff runs very slightly across all the tracks of Gilgamesh through a wonderful harmony and equilibrium...

This is one of my prefer groups, together with Hatfield And The North, National Health, and so on. They are inhabits of the Olympus of the music, where the business doesn't matter, or at least it doesn't influence the experimental outcome...And an important place of the Olympus is reserved to Gilgamesh, a place which is very close to Hatfield And The North's one. Yes...Of course in here lacks the fabulous voice of Richard Sinclair (this is an instrumental record), ...and something else... , but the beauty of this album, supported by the Alan Gowen's genious, reaches exellent points of mastery and ability in making music, CANTERBURY MUSIC...

Gigi | 5/5 |


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