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    Quote Originally Posted by polmico View Post
    Hows the new Gong album people who now own the new Gong album?

    Im just waiting for a domestic retailer to get some copies.
    It is quite a wonderful album to be honest, do not hesitate to pick it up, not for one second. I have loved Gong since the 70's and I have to say Kavus and the boys have breathed some celestial fire and some new life into the classic sound. This is every bit a Gong album, and Daevid and Gilli will be smiling down while they tap their toes and sip at their infinti-tea

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    The Watts (Chris Cutler, Tim Hodgkinson, Yumi Hara) finished their RIO set with Isle Of Everywhere with Keith Macksoud and Geoff Leigh guesting, very groovy and fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    The Watts (Chris Cutler, Tim Hodgkinson, Yumi Hara) finished their RIO set with Isle Of Everywhere with Keith Macksoud and Geoff Leigh guesting, very groovy and fun.
    And here's a small clip:


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    In 1980 I had the import LP of Flying Teapot on Virgin Records. When played on a Technics turntable through a pair of JBL Tower speakers and a Pioneer receiver it sounded decent. It definitely contained a livingroom sound not unlike the one Norman Smith insisted on for the early Beatles recordings. Then I bought it on CD and it just sounded as if someone added reverb ..and it was quite awful. ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enid View Post
    In 1980 I had the import LP of Flying Teapot on Virgin Records. When played on a Technics turntable through a pair of JBL Tower speakers and a Pioneer receiver it sounded decent. It definitely contained a livingroom sound not unlike the one Norman Smith insisted on for the early Beatles recordings. Then I bought it on CD and it just sounded as if someone added reverb ..and it was quite awful. ..
    My Flying Teapot LP is pristine
    I do not think I'll need another version beyond the one I've made

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunlight Caller View Post
    It is quite a wonderful album to be honest, do not hesitate to pick it up, not for one second. I have loved Gong since the 70's and I have to say Kavus and the boys have breathed some celestial fire and some new life into the classic sound. This is every bit a Gong album, and Daevid and Gilli will be smiling down while they tap their toes and sip at their infinti-tea
    I totally agree. Gong is in good hands with these guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flytomars View Post
    And here's a small clip:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nashorn View Post
    I totally agree. Gong is in good hands with these guys.
    Yarp... badass record. The tiny missing element is the feminine sound but overall its a real gem! Love it a lot already

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    There is a thread specifically for the new Gong album, in case anyone is interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phlakaton View Post
    . The tiny missing element is the feminine sound
    My thoughts exactly!

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