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ACID MOTHERHOOD

Gong

 

Canterbury Scene

3.82 | 47 ratings

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Zeuhl Glikowski II
4 stars the Canterbury-Space fusion of GONG, the first album that i heard of GONG was "Radio Gnome Invisible Vol. 3 - You", that was like 3 years ago, when i was starting my journey with prog rock, i didn't knew that GONG was a Canterbury Scene band, because they sounds very Space Rock. then i heard some other albums, the last was "Acid Motherhood" i heard this album only one week ago, and i had to say: it blows my mind!! in this album participate members of other of my favourite prog rock bands ever: ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE (Psychedelic/Space Rock), Kawabata Makoto and Cotton Casino, the fusion of this bands give to the album a new flavor, very mixed and full of weird songs. with the classic Canterbury style of GONG or the DAEVID ALLEN solo albums, but with the space rock style of the 70's albums of GONG and AMT. Daevid Allen (guitar and vocals) and his wife Gilli Smith (vocals in "Supercotton"), and now with their son Orlando Allen (drums), the members of ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE Kawabata Makoto (guitar) and Cotton Casino (synthetizer and vocals) and Josh Pollock (guitar), Dharmawan Bradbridge (drums) and Greg Sheerman (percussions in "Monstah!"). all of this fabulous and multi-nacional musicians, offer an excelent album, that is a masterpicece of Canterbury-Space rock. i totally recomend this album, and all the other albums of GONG.
Zeuhl Glikowski II | 4/5 |

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