Steve Hillage

Live At Deeply Vale

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Limited 2LP : Psychedelic Splatter Vinyl

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Talk to any connoisseur of 70s-era double live albums, and many will agree that Steve Hillage’s "Live Herald", recorded and released in 1977-78, rates among the finest jewels that the genre has to offer. So it’s astonishing to discover that someone has spent the last 25 years sitting on tapes that knock that set into the dust, both in terms of on-stage excitement and aural enjoyment. "Live At Deeply Vale Festival 1978" (Ozit, UK) transports the listener back to one of the last truly great festivals staged in the UK that decade, a weekend’s worth of music that fearlessly ranged across both the traditional rock range and the upcoming punk movement, before climaxing with a Hillage set that the guitarist himself reflects, “…(sounds) as exciting now as Live Herald was back then.” Goldmine Magazine USA. The Band : Steve Hillage - guitar, vocals, keyboards. Miquette Giraudy - synthesiser, vocals. Christian Boule (sadly missed) – glissando guitar. John Mackenzie - bass, vocals. Andy Anderson - drums. "A must-have for any and all fans of Hillage, Gong, Canterbury, Avant Garde and just good British psych in general." **** Record Collector


Side One :
Saucer Surfing
Searching for the Spark
Octave Doctors

Side Two :
Salmon Song
Crystal City

Side Three :
Palm Trees
Light in the Sky
Hurdy Gurd
Lunar Musick Suite

Side Four :
Activation Meditation
Glorious Om Riff
Getting Better
Steve Hillage talks about the 70's and Deeply Vale