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Flying Teapot - Radio Gnome Invisible, Pt. 1

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Customer Reviews

...no need for sugar

this is sweet enough as it is. Psychedelia at its tingling brain mashing best. can you work out what this is about? No? Then have fun trying. This is as original now as way back when Peel joined the beeb. Roll a fat one and enjoy.

Ambient Jazz Psychadelia meets Acid Rock

The trilogy's opener is a more jazzy album with great sax, spatial fragrances and ideas, but is less laid back than Angel's Egg or You. If you like synth and superb drumwork get one of the others. Original cover artwork was much better than the Charly refit, if that helps.

Milk no sugar

If this didn’t inspire Roxy Music then I’ll eat my bell bottoms. Original and best psycholunacy. Not meant to be understood by mortals. Played this at 78rpm once with headphones on and very briefly understood the meaning of life. I dare you!

Biography

Formed: 1968

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Gong slowly came together in the late '60s when Australian guitarist Daevid Allen (ex-Soft Machine) began making music with his wife, singer Gilli Smyth, along with a shifting lineup of supporting musicians. Albums from this period include Magick Brother, Mystic Sister (1969) and the impromptu jam session Bananamoon (1971) featuring Robert Wyatt from Soft Machine, Gary Wright from Spooky Tooth, and Maggie Bell. A steady lineup featuring Frenchman Didier Malherbe (sax and reeds), Christian Tritsch...
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