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    Posted: February 27 2008 at 15:38
I notice with great pleasure that "Xitintoday", the first solo album of Nik Turner, which was added by me and which I believe to be the best release of 1978, currently is rated at 4.51 (after 9 ratings), which makes it a 5 star album. I highly recommend this album to anyone who is into space rock; it is an absolute gem of this genre ClapClapClap

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 27 2008 at 21:08
...ok, will check it out then
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 27 2008 at 21:55
Laser's Edge here in the states has it for $15 a claims the CD (you say in your review it wasn't on CD back in 2005) has a 29 minute bonus track. Have you heard this?

Here is the write up from Ken Golden:

I believe this is the first official release for this overlooked solo album from Hawkwind saxophonist Nik Turner. Originally released in 1979 it features him backed by members of Gong including Steve Hillage, MIquette Giraudy, Tim Blake and Mike Howlett. It gets the full Mark Powell treatment - great remastering, detailed liner notes and photos. Oh yeah...and a previously unreleased 29 minute bonus track! Space is still the place...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 28 2008 at 05:27
Originally posted by johnobvious johnobvious wrote:

Laser's Edge here in the states has it for $15 a claims the CD (you say in your review it wasn't on CD back in 2005) has a 29 minute bonus track. Have you heard this?

Here is the write up from Ken Golden:

I believe this is the first official release for this overlooked solo album from Hawkwind saxophonist Nik Turner. Originally released in 1979 it features him backed by members of Gong including Steve Hillage, MIquette Giraudy, Tim Blake and Mike Howlett. It gets the full Mark Powell treatment - great remastering, detailed liner notes and photos. Oh yeah...and a previously unreleased 29 minute bonus track! Space is still the place...

the album was released on CD for the first time in 2007. my review is from 2006. the 29 minutes bonus track is Nik Turner improvising on flute inside the great pyramid

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 29 2008 at 06:09
I can't believe I've never heard this. I must track it down!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 29 2008 at 06:16
Just ordered it, should be here next week. Big%20smile
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 29 2008 at 08:59
Originally posted by johnobvious johnobvious wrote:

Laser's Edge here in the states has it for $15 a claims the CD (you say in your review it wasn't on CD back in 2005) has a 29 minute bonus track. Have you heard this?

Here is the write up from Ken Golden:

I believe this is the first official release for this overlooked solo album from Hawkwind saxophonist Nik Turner. Originally released in 1979 it features him backed by members of Gong including Steve Hillage, MIquette Giraudy, Tim Blake and Mike Howlett. It gets the full Mark Powell treatment - great remastering, detailed liner notes and photos. Oh yeah...and a previously unreleased 29 minute bonus track! Space is still the place...

Golden is wrong about the first release; we have the vinyl and it says 1978 on it. the CD release contains the full booklet that came with the vinyl, with lots of photos, the lyrics, the line-up for the songs and other interesting stuff

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 06 2008 at 05:09
Listened to it for the first time last night. Very meditative, hypnotic music with ceremonial chanting that gives an impression of ancient Egyptian ceremonies. Big%20smile
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 06 2008 at 05:21
Originally posted by A B Negative A B Negative wrote:

Listened to it for the first time last night. Very meditative, hypnotic music with ceremonial chanting that gives an impression of ancient Egyptian ceremonies. Big%20smile

does that mean you liked it?

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 06 2008 at 08:04
Originally posted by BaldJean BaldJean wrote:

Originally posted by A B Negative A B Negative wrote:

Listened to it for the first time last night. Very meditative, hypnotic music with ceremonial chanting that gives an impression of ancient Egyptian ceremonies. Big%20smile

does that mean you liked it?
 
I liked it!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 06 2008 at 08:07
Originally posted by A B Negative A B Negative wrote:

Originally posted by BaldJean BaldJean wrote:

Originally posted by A B Negative A B Negative wrote:

Listened to it for the first time last night. Very meditative, hypnotic music with ceremonial chanting that gives an impression of ancient Egyptian ceremonies. Big%20smile

does that mean you liked it?
 
I liked it!

I hope you will write a good review of it; it is one of my favorite albums of all time (as you can tell by my own review of it)

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 06 2008 at 08:15
Originally posted by A B Negative A B Negative wrote:

Listened to it for the first time last night. Very meditative, hypnotic music with ceremonial chanting that gives an impression of ancient Egyptian ceremonies. Big%20smile


ooohhh.. sounds like something I'd dig...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 06 2008 at 08:17
Originally posted by BaldJean BaldJean wrote:

Originally posted by A B Negative A B Negative wrote:

Originally posted by BaldJean BaldJean wrote:

Originally posted by A B Negative A B Negative wrote:

Listened to it for the first time last night. Very meditative, hypnotic music with ceremonial chanting that gives an impression of ancient Egyptian ceremonies. Big%20smile

does that mean you liked it?
 
I liked it!

I hope you will write a good review of it; it is one of my favorite albums of all time (as you can tell by my own review of it)
 
I haven't written any reviews yet, maybe it's time I started!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 06 2008 at 09:51
Originally posted by micky micky wrote:

Originally posted by A B Negative A B Negative wrote:

Listened to it for the first time last night. Very meditative, hypnotic music with ceremonial chanting that gives an impression of ancient Egyptian ceremonies. Big%20smile


ooohhh.. sounds like something I'd dig...

get it, Micky. from the way you described how you listen to prog, that it takes you away, this album definitely is for you. it will take you back into ancient Egypt and evoke the Gods for you. I mean it!

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 06 2008 at 10:38
Originally posted by BaldJean BaldJean wrote:

Originally posted by micky micky wrote:

Originally posted by A B Negative A B Negative wrote:

Listened to it for the first time last night. Very meditative, hypnotic music with ceremonial chanting that gives an impression of ancient Egyptian ceremonies. Big%20smile


ooohhh.. sounds like something I'd dig...

get it, Micky. from the way you described how you listen to prog, that it takes you away, this album definitely is for you. it will take you back into ancient Egypt and evoke the Gods for you. I mean it!


as I said..my kind of music LOL. Thanks for the recommend Jean!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 06 2008 at 13:45
Sounds intresting but i cant find it anywhere.. Cry
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