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2.91 | 24 ratings | 1 reviews | 9% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1979

Songs / Tracks Listing

- Bedside -
1. Professor Sharpstrings Says (0:21)
2. The Freedom Of The City In A Suitable Box (3:57)
3. They Say They Say (2:29)
4. Something Tells Me (3:22)
5. It's A Fine Air For Fliss (3:36)
6. But It's Really Not Real (3:19)
7. Because Bar Room Philosophers (2:30)
8. 333 (4:09)
- Godside -
9. No Other Than The Mother Is My Song (3:39)
10. Theme From Hashish To Ashes (1:55)
11. The Turkeybirds Breakfart (2:08)
12. Rajneesh With Thanks (0:30)
13. Non God Will Not Go On Or The Wrong Way To Be Right (11:20)
14. O Man You (2:19)

Total time 45:34

Line-up / Musicians

- Daevid Allen / vocals, guitars

- Josť "Pepsi" Milan / acoustic guitar
- Ronald Walthen / uillean pipes
- George Bishop / clarinet, sax
- Angel Aduana / banjo
- Brian Damage / drums
- Rodney Dust / drums (13)
- Ronald Dust / drums (13)
- Chris Cutler / percussion

Releases information

LP Charly Records ‎- CRL 5015 (1979, UK)

CD Spalax Music ‎- CD 14817 (1994, France)

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(9%)
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2 stars On this album, Daevid Allen's follows in a similar vein to the pattern he set on the previous 'Now is the Happiest Time of Your Life', although with a bit less emphasis on acoustic guitar songs, and with more glissando, improv poetry, and free-jazz tracks. This album will be enjoyable for true fans, ... (read more)

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