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4.00 | 6 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2015

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Salmon Song (7:01)
2. Hurdy Gurdy Glissando (12:00)
3. Hurdy Gurdy Man (7:00)
4. Lunar Musick Suite (10:26)
5. Meditation Of The Dragon (4:51)
6. It's All Too Much (9:05)
7. Are We To Believe? (Exclusive Version) (7:11)
8. Rocket Man (Exclusive Version) (4:33)

Total Time 62:07

Line-up / Musicians

- Steve Hillage / guitar, lead vocals, synthesizers
- Joe Blocker / drums
- Malcolm Cecil / synthesizers
- Miquete Giraudy / synthesizers
- Reggie McBride / bass
- Todd Rundgren / drum effects
- Rick Wakeman / keyboards (7)
- William Shatner / voice (8)

Releases information

September 10, 2015
Format: CD, Digital, Vinyl
Label: Purple Pyramid Records

Special limited edition opaque orange vinyl pressing with full color insert and sleeve!

Superb bonus studio tracks feature exclusive versions of Hillage's recent recording collaborations with keyboardist Rick Wakeman and world renowned actor William Shatner!

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Review by Warthur
4 stars This isn't just a Madison Square Garden set from 1977, despite the title - you get two bonus tracks, both from unrelated performances, one of which is a collaboration with Rick Wakeman and the other with William Shatner. But it's the Madison Square Garden tracks most listeners will be here for - a solid set from the 1977 tour supporting the L album, recorded just a few months before Steve ensconced himself in the studio to produce Motivation Radio. The end result is heavy on the extended instrumental stuff from L and Fish Rising, and that's exactly what Steve was best at in this phase of his career. I tend to prefer the BBC session from 1976, which is a bit more forceful (and now available via the Searching For The Spark boxed set), but this isn't bad.

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