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Sunday, 14 July 2013

Zoiks entheuse about Steve Hillage archive release

Zoiks Online describe themselves as an entertainly humorous magazine but it sounds like they're laughing with joy at this Gonzo release:

Steve Hillage is widely considered a guitar innovator, and is associated with the Canterbury scene, working in experimental domains since the late 1960s. Besides his critically acclaimed solo recordings, along with Gong, Steve has been a member of the ensembles Khan and System 7. Much to the excitement of his fans worldwide, Gonzo MultiMedia UK has released 'Steve Hillage – Live In England 1979' on a CD/DVD set!

Says Steve, "This was a great performance from another fine period of my band in the late '70s with John McKenzie on bass and Andy Anderson on drums."

Read on...

As hinted above, 

Live in England 1979
CD - £9.99

is indeed available from Gonzo.

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