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Steve Hillage - Live In Germany 1977 (2010)

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Steve Hillage - Live In Germany 1977 (2010)

Steve Hillage - Live In Germany 1977 (2010)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 323 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 189 Mb
Scans (JPG, 600 dpi) ~ 90 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Progressive/Psychedelic/Space Rock | Floating World Records #FLOATD6076

In 1976 Steve recorded the album "L" with Todd Rundgren producing. The album was a huge success and Steve subsequently formed the Steve Hillage Band which included former Jethro Tull drummer Clive Bunker and future Camel bassist Colin Bass. The band made its live debut at the Hyde Park concert staged by Queen in September 1976. Following the live debut the band played numerous live concerts including a concert in Germany in early 1977 for German television. This recording is considered to be the ear that Hillage was at his creative best, following on from the release of his Virgin album L. Highlights include the cover version of Donovans Hurdy Gurdy Man a true Psychedelic work out. A must for all psyc and prog rock fans.
~ Amazon

A guitarist who first found fame in the progressive rock era only to later resurface as an ambient techno cult hero, Steve Hillage was born August 2, 1951. In 1967 he co-founded the group Uriel with bassist Mont Campbell, organist Dave Stewart, and drummer Clive Brooks; the unit subsequently continued on as the trio Egg upon Hillage's 1968 departure for university. He did not return to music for another three years, reuniting with Stewart in 1971 in Khan, which recorded the 1972 prog rock effort Space Shanty before soon splitting.

After touring in support of Kevin Ayers, Hillage joined Gong, winning acclaim for his echo- and delay-heavy brand of guitar work over the course of the group's 1972-1975 "Radio Gnome Invisible" trilogy (consisting of the LPs Flying Teapot, Angel's Egg, and You). In 1975 Hillage went solo with the album Fish Rising, the first fruits of a longstanding writing partnership with keyboardist Miquette Giraudy. He next traveled to New York to cut 1976's L, produced by Todd Rundgren and featuring guest appearances from Utopia as well as jazz great Don Cherry.

At the peak of the punk era, Hillage's work was by no means fashionable, but he pressed on regardless; in 1977 he issued Motivation Radio, an album recorded with Malcolm Cecil (the creator of an influential early electronic project, the studio-synthesizer T.O.N.T.O.). He subsequently issued 1978's Green, 1979's Rainbow Dome Musick (an early ambient outing) and Open, and 1983's For to Next/And Not Or, but as interest in his music continued to dwindle, Hillage turned to production, helming records for the likes of Robyn Hitchcock and Simple Minds.

By the close of the 1980s, Hillage had largely disappeared from music; however, in 1989 he was visiting the ambient room of a local club when, much to his surprise, his own Rainbow Dome Musick began to play. He introduced himself to the DJ, one Alex Paterson, and soon Hillage was working with Paterson's seminal group the Orb; out of their collaboration grew a new Hillage-Giraudy project, System 7, a dance collective also comprised of club luminaries including Paterson and fellow DJ Paul Oakenfold.

After debuting with an eponymously titled 1991 LP, System 7 plunged completely into blissed-out ambient sound on 1993's 777, which reached the Top 40 on the U.K. album charts. Released in 1994, Point 3 appeared in two different versions: the first, The Fire Album, offered heavy beats and rhythms, while The Water Album featured drumless mixes of the same music. With 1996's Power of Seven, System 7 turned to Detroit techno, recruiting the services of mixers Carl Craig and Derrick May. The group continued to release studio albums for many years to follow, including Golden Section (1997), Seventh Wave (2001), Encantado (2004), and Phoenix (2008). Hillage also reunited with Gong on the album 2032, released in September of 2009.
~ Jason Ankeny, All Music

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Steve Hillage - Live In Germany 1977 (2010)

Track List:

01. Salmon Song [07:48]
02. Hurdy Gurdy Glissandro [11:56]
03. Hurdy Gurdy Man [08:18]
04. Solar Musick Suite [13:28]
05. Lunar Musick Suite [11:51]
06. Meditation Of The Dragon [05:11]
07. Its All Too Much [09:32]
08. Aftaglid Pt 1 [04:05]
09. Elektrick Gypsies [06:25]

Bass, Vocals – Colin Bass
Drums – Clive Bunker
Guitar – Christian Boulé
Guitar, Vocals – Steve Hillage
Keyboards – Phil Hodge
Liner Notes – Alan Robinson
Synthesizer, Sequenced By, Flute – Basil Brooks
Synthesizer, Vocals – Miquette Giraudy

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