Gong - The Peel Sessions 1971/1974 CD (album) cover




Canterbury Scene

3.97 | 22 ratings

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4 stars Gong Peel sessions is a must have for any serious Gong lover. "Magick brother" and " Clarence in wonderland" are two pieces from the first Gong era, with average sound quality, rather document. Serious things begin with "Tropical fish/Selene" from Camembert era. A nice cover. " Radio gnome direct broadcast" is a very nice interlude, a prelude to the cosmic "Crystal machine". "Zero the hero and the orgasm witch" is also excellent, but the unexpected gem here is "Captain capricorn Dream Saloon/ Radio gnome invisible" with first part featuring Blake's mind blowing synthe, Hillage cosmic guitar at his best.

The 1995 "Strange fruit" CD release exhibits good sound quality.

oliverstoned | 4/5 |


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