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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Hello Me 16:06
2. Hello You 14:45
3. Past Lives 16:08
4. Mystery School 05:49

Total Time 59:12

Line-up / Musicians

Guitar [Glissando], Voice, Composed By - Daevid Allen
Synthesizer - Hakim Gilliam
Voice [Bespoken] - Gilli Smyth, Joe
Choir - Nimben Silly Symphony
Sounds - Harry Williamson

Releases information

Sello: Bananamoon Obscura ‎- BMOVP003CD
Number 3 of the limited "Bananamoon Obscura" series
Formato: CD, Album, Limited Edition
Design - Toby Allen
Mastered At - Serendipity
País: UK - Fecha: 2004
Meditation & healing music invoked in the mountains behind Mullumbimby in upstate NSW, Australia. Later used in self initiation workshops held mostly in and around Glastonbury, UK.

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