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3.96 | 5 ratings | 1 reviews | 20% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2014

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Standing on the Edge (2:36)
2. Manhole of the Universe (16:01)
3. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Buddha (6:42)
4. Motorik Jam (8:08)
5. Screaming and Streaming Into the Starlit Nite (9:59)
6. The Return of the Maggot Brain (7:00)
7. Spaceman Bubblegum (12:31)

Total time 62:57

Line-up / Musicians

- Pete Bingham / guitars
- Glenda Pescado / bass
- Jack Jackson / drums
- Lee Relfe / saxophone
- Lord Armstrong Sealand / theremin, synthesizers
- Gavin Lloyd Wilson / guitars

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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars Welsh band SENDELICA appeared on the scene as recording artists back in 2007, and since then they have become an increasingly more productive unit with studio and live albums released on a multitude of labels world-wide, in addition to numerous self-released recordings, with twelve albums, EPs and compilations to their name thus far. "Live at Crabstock" is their third live album, released in 2014.

With a steadily increasing number of recordings and live shows to its credit, Sendelica is becoming quite the solid name for those with an interest in vintage instrumental space rock. Their charming habit of incorporating familiar-sounding details into their songs and their tendency to have their best moments live on stage is a combination that makes their live albums arguably more interesting than their studio recordings. In this case it's an honest live album, not a perfect specimen in terms of mix or balance, but an honest representation of a quality live band using their guitars, theremin, synthesizer and saxophone to create compelling instrumental space rock. A production that merits an inspection if that sounds like a compelling description to you.

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