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Musick Of The Trees - Steve Hillage - Green (Cassette, Album)

8 Reply to “ Musick Of The Trees - Steve Hillage - Green (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Doujora says:
    Musik of The Trees Steve Hillage. Album Green. Musik of The Trees Lyrics. You talk to the trees That move in the breeze To open a gateway to the inner worlds The fountains of green.
  2. Tojagor says:
    referencing Green, LP, Album, CBS, V, V This isn't my kind of thing but Hillage really hit's the spot here. He covers a lot of moods and feelings primarily under the prog umbrella but you can hear influences from all over the map.
  3. Sharr says:
    Musick Of The Trees: A4: Palm Trees (Love Guitar) OM Rock: B1: Unidentified (Flying Being) See more tracks * Items below may differ depending on the release. steve hillage green.
  4. Kemuro says:
    On Steve Hillage's release Green, the underground prog rock fan favorite issues more of his trademark thinking-man's rinessferufufaldicosaseagolfse.coinfo of mid- to late-'70s Pink Floyd will want to check this album out, since it possesses many of the same musical qualities, due to the fact that it was produced by Floyd drummer Nick Mason, along with rinessferufufaldicosaseagolfse.coinfogh not as consistent as some of his other albums.
  5. Mezikora says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Green on Discogs/5(6).
  6. Kajishakar says:
    Issued on green Virgin labels with green printed lyrics insert. Basic tracks recorded December at Ridge Farm, Dorking, Surrey with the Manor Mobile. Overdubs January , Matrix Studio, London Overdubs and mixing February , Britannia Row Studio, London. Green - almost identical version pressed by CBS, Aston Clinton.
  7. Meztizilkree says:
    Now here's something nifty -- as well as long overdue -- Introducing Steve Hillage, an overview of the psychedelic space guitarist's years with Virgin, from to , during which he released not one or two but five stellar albums in a row -- Fish Rising, Live Herald, Motivation Radio, L, and his undisputed reigning moment, Green. Hillage went on to form the ambient techno outfit with.
  8. Samugar says:
    Green is an interesting album due to its unique sound more than anything. It has one foot firmly planted in early 70s progressive electronic (of which Gong of course were one of many pioneers) and another in the nascent new wave electronica, presaging synth pop (which Steve Hillage would jump headlong into on For to Next and And Not Or with decidedly mixed results to put it mildly).

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