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8 thoughts on “ Uncredited Interview With Daevid Allen ”

  1. Daevid Allen's Ocean of Love & The Planet Gong Part 1 of 4 9,+ views. YouTube ∙ Mad Daevid Allen Interview 33,+ views.
  2. Vocals, Guitar [Uncredited] – Daevid Allen Notes Soundtrack for the film "Continental Circus" by Jérôme Laperrousaz, with Jack Findlay and Giacomo Agostini.
  3. All mixed and edited with impeccable taste by daevid, Harry Williamson and Michael Clare. Includes a nice 6 page fold-out booklet. As journalist Steve Lake writes in his thoughtful and entertaining DVD booklet article, 'New Lamp For Old': "Strangely compelling, a perfectly illogical sequence in the pataphysical scheme of things.".
  4. Single issue, Summer Local arts news; Interview with Fay Weldon; Daevid Allen – the story so far; Assembly Rooms – for sale to the community; Gog Theatre – world class theatre company; Acid House – Interview with local DJ Darren Hobday; Glastonbury Experience; Local Arts Societies.
  5. Daevid Allen: From Another Planet. Christopher David Allen was born in Melbourne, Australia, sometimes credited as Divided Alien, an Australian poet, guitarist, singer, composer and performance artist is co-founder of psychedelic rock groups Soft Machine (in the UK, ) and Gong (in France, ). In , inspired by the Beat Generation.
  6. Mar 14,  · Daevid Allen was the court jester and master of madness for Gong, the European progressive rock group who formed and He left the planet on March 13, at He was a scientist of spacerock, evangelist of glissando guitar, one of the earliest loopers and cosmic Dada philosopher.
  7. Daevid Allen: “The whole story has been published in a book called Gong Dreaming 1: (SAF Publications) so now I can safely lose my memory about it completely. Suffice to say that it began with a blessing and ended with a curse.
  8. Sep 11,  · A new boxed set titled Love From The Planet Gong: The Virgin Years will be available on September 27, From that we’ve listened to so far, the remastered versions are outstanding. We spoke with progressive music and electric guitar innovator Steve Hillage, who was a member of Gong during the early s.

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