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Nine Feet Underground

Nine Feet Underground is the last track on Caravan’s 1971 album In The Land Of Grey And Pink. Sublime keyboard playing on this 22 minute long epic from David Sinclair.

Prog Rock

Manna/Mirage - Blue Dogs (2015)

1. Canterbury Bells (4:50)
2. Duke Street (4:47)
3. Muffin Man Redux (7:23)
4. Lost in a Photograph (4:21)
5. Blind Eye (4:56) 783 more words

Progressive Rock

Press Release For Steve Hillage

For Immediate Release


Guitar Legend Steve Hillage To Issue Unreleased Concert Recording “Live In Madison Square Garden 1977”


London, UK – Steve Hillage is one of the most idiosyncratic and instantly recognizable guitarists in the world. 591 more words

Press Releases

'Different Every Time’ - Brilliant Robert Wyatt biography

In 2004, Björk lands in the English town of Louth to record Robert Wyatt’s voice for her album ‘Medulla’. Wyatt is extremely nervous and asks his guest to leave the house while he sings his parts … It is but one of many striking passages in Marcus O’Dair’s excellent Wyatt biography ‘Different Every Time’. 560 more words


GONG – Live on French TV Show “Le Petit Dimanche Illustré” (1968)

Here’s probably the earliest footage of Gong that I’ve ever seen.  Gotta love the late 60′s… nice threads, hangin’ loose with some stone foxes… man, they were outta sight!  17 more words

GONG – “THANK YOU” (I See You – 2014)

R.I.P. Daevid Allen

Daevid’s ‘farewell song’ to us….  and he will be missed.  What an innovator, this crown prince of the Canterbury Scene. 106 more words

Hallucinating Freedom Calls

So, along with the Saturdays searching through Good Vibrations or Rob’s Record Mart for copies of albums by Tangerine Dream or Edgar Froese or Peter Baumann or Yes there was a band called Gong. 478 more words