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Live, released in 2014

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Octave Doctors (4:07)
2. It's All Too Much (6:17)
3. Light In The Sky (4:23)
4. Radio (7:32)
5. Electrick Gypsies (5:36)
6. The Salmon Song (3:43)
7. Solar Musick Suite (Part 2) (7:11)
8. Motivation (6:42)
9. Saucer Surfing (8:14)
10. Searching For The Spark (15:15)
11. Hurdy Gurdy Man (5:04)

Total Time 74:04

Line-up / Musicians

- Curtis Robertson / Bass
- Joe Blocker / Drums
- Steve Hillage / Guitar, Vocals
- Miquette Giraudy / Synthesizer, Vocals

Releases information

CD Gonzo Multimedia HST198CD (2014 UK)
Barcode: 5060230863771

Published By: Virgin EMI, Northern Songs Ltd., Donovan Music Ltd.
Sleeve Design: Martin Cook / Smoke & Mirrors

Recorded at the Rainbow Theatre in Finsbury Park, London; November 3rd, 1977. The entire recording minus Electrick Gypsies was unreleased before this album.

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