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Studio Album, released in 1999

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Twenty Two Meanings (46:30)

Total time 46:30

Line-up / Musicians

- Daevid Allen / glissando guitar
- Harry Williamson / 26-string Angel guitar, Aeolian Wind guitar, drone, arranger & producer

- Steve Berry / acoustic guitar
- John Howley / piano, voice
- Robert Calvert / tenor sax
- Samuel Barnes "Tone" / bass, synth, Fx
- Orlando Allen / drums
- Rob George / drums
- Greg Sheehan / percussion

Releases information

Sub-titled "The Art Of Glissando Guitar Vol. 1"

Artwork: Peter Hartl with Bob Delvishio (photo)

CD Gliss Records ‎- GLISS CD005 (1999, UK)

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2 stars It does what it says on the tin really. Your enjoyment of this album will be dependent on how much you look forward to the (often lengthy) passages of Glissando guitarwork to be found on sundry Gong and Daevid Allen albums. Personally, my enjoyment of Gong related more to the whimsical wordsm ... (read more)

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