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Gong — Magick Brother

Gong — Magick Brother
Label
Catalog number
Charly SNAP 199 CD
Year recorded
1969
Year released
2004
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Related artist(s): Daevid Allen, Gong, Didier Malherbe, Barre Phillips, Gilli Smyth / Mother Gong

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Previously in Exposé...

Dashiell Hedayat - Obsolete – Aahhhh! Here's another Gong album no one seems to know about, as this is basically Gong plus poet/musician Dashiell Hedayat (otherwise known as Melmoth). Evidently the lyrical content (especially on...  (1993) » Read more

Swans - Cop/Young God, Greed/Holy Money – For those of you unfamiliar with this ensemble on this reissue two disc set, Swans is an artsy cult band who blazed a trail of punishing punk metal which is fairly popular in certain circles. The band...  (2000) » Read more

Next - The Virtual Cage – Next is Ricky Mazza who controls all of the keys, drums, programming and any combination of those three. He is joined by guests on sax and guitar on this, his debut album. Next is in the vein of most...  (1995) » Read more

Lito Vitale - Sobre Miedos, Creencias y Supersticiones – After MIA, Lito Vitale launched his solo career with Sobre Miedos, Creencias y Supersticiones, an ambitious album of powerful symphonic rock. Here, Lito plays just about everything: piano, various...  (1996) » Read more

Oho - Okinawa – The first minute of this album sums the entirety, as a voice, in a background of many voices, exclaims "My brain hurts!" And thus begins an album of immense proportions spread out over...  (1998) » Read more



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