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1984

Hugh Hopper

 

Canterbury Scene

3.19 | 26 ratings

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braindamage
5 stars The first solo work released in 1972 "1984". It had been released before "6" of SOFT MACHINE. Hugh Hopper that seceded SOFT MACHINE began to move originally toward his wanting to do. Work that makes George Orwell's novel "1984" theme. Non-human administrative management mechanism was drawn because of a bold sound. I recommends this album for the person who likes "3" and "4" of SOFT MACHINE and HENRY COW. "MINIPAXⅡ" and "MINITRUE", "MINIPLENTY", and "MINITRUE Reprise" are masterpieces of Canterbury.By the way, Pye Hastings participated by the guest. It is a valuable work.
braindamage | 5/5 |

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