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Magick Mother Invocation - Gong - You (CD, Album)

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  1. You, an album by Gong on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. Magick Mother Invocation - Remastered 4. Master Builder - Remastered 0.
  2. Dec 28,  · You is my favourite of the classic Flying Teapot trilogy and marks the exact halfway point in the band's evolutionary arc between an anarcho-buddhist comedy collective and a seriously groundbreaking jazz-rock outfit. As such, this album, in a certain sense, is the best Gong album, being the best of both Gongs/5(53).
  3. Aug 27,  · CD 3 / You 1. Thoughts For Naught 2. A P.H.P.’s Advice 3. Magick Mother Invocation 4. Master Builder 5. A Sprinkling Of Clouds 6. Perfect Mystery 7. The Isle Of Everywhere 8. You Never Blow Yr Trip Forever 9. A P.H.P.’s Advice Where Have All The Flowers Gone. CD 4 / Shamal 1.
  4. Listen to You songs Online on JioSaavn. English music album by Gong 1. Thoughts For Naught ( Digital Remaster) - Gong, 2. A PHP's Advice ( Digital Remaster) - Gong, 3. Magick Mother Invocation ( Digital Remaster) - Gong, 4. Master Builder ( - Remaster) - Gong, 5. A Sprinkling Of Clouds ( Digital Remaster) - Gong.
  5. Jan 01,  · Gong were completely one-of-a-kind for many reasons, not least of which is Blake's contribution. The record opens with two very short psychedelic "pop" tunes that set things up for the fireworks to come. Things really get going with "Magick Mother Invocation," an extended intro to the awesome "Master Builder."/5(21).
  6. A edition of Gong’s brilliant You remastered from the original Virgin master tapes by the album’s original producer, Simon Heyworth. 2CD. Magick Mother Invocation. 4. Master Builder. 5. A Sprinkling Of Clouds. 6. Perfect Mystery. 7. Isle of Everywhere.
  7. Pot Head Pixies, Flying Teapots, Radio Gnomes, Octave Doctors and Zero The Hero ; mention those phrases to any fan of the early 70's Canterbury Scene and they will undoubtedly recognise them as themes and characters from the Radio Gnome Invisible trilogy by Gong. The band seemed to have an ever changing line-up throughout their history but, for once, the core personnel remained identical to.

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