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Tuesday, 12 August 2014

STEVE HILLAGE REVIEW

http://jpsmusicblog.blogspot.com/2014/08/cd-review-new-live-albums-from-classic.html


British guitar legend Steve Hillage is dipping back into the vaults for his latest release. On June 23rd, Gonzo Multimedia UK released "Steve Hillage Live At The Rainbow 1977." The concert followed the release of one of Hillage's most successful U.K. albums "Motivation Radio" and showcases Hillage's live appeal during his prime. Steve Hillage was also a founding member of the bands Gong, Khan and most recently System 7. The eleven-song release begins with the four-minute, funky instrumental "Octave Doctors," before getting the crowd going with a cover of The Beatles' "It's All Too Much." He continues with songs from his latest release, before diving back to his solo debut album with "The Salmon Song" and "Solar Musick Suite." He extends "Searching For The Spark" past the fifteen-minute mark, highlighted by Hillage's spacey vocals and outstanding guitar solo before finishing the evening with a cover of Donovan's "Hurdy Gurdy Man." To find out more about this new release, please visit gonzomultimedia.co.uk

CURRENTLY AVAILABLE FROM GONZO
Live at the Rainbow 1977
CD - £9.99

Live in England 1979
CD - £9.99

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