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9 thoughts on “ Meditation Of The Snake - Steve Hillage - Fish Rising (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Meditation Of The Snake features some bubbly shimmering guitar/synth exchanges with Blake, while the pulsating Salmon Song is a rockier piece that also flows fantastically, with one glorious spaced-out mid-section/5(45).
  2. Fish Rising is the debut solo album by English guitarist Steve Hillage, recorded and released in The album was recorded just prior to Hillage's departure from the band Gong, and many of the.
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  4. The first thing that springs to mind when I think of Fish Rising is a bit in the Salmon Song, to which my chemically unhinged brain conjures cartoons of lines of salmon marching across the walls on their rear fins in time to the music The second thing that I think of is the person who introduced me to this record.
  5. Once Steve HILLAGE was a member of URIEL/ARZACHEL, KHAN and the seminal space fusion band GONG. In '75 he made his first solo album "Fish Rising", soon after he left GONG and released a serie of studio LP's between '76 ("L") and '83 ("And Or Not") and two live-albums entitled "Live Herald" ('78) and "BBC Radio 1" ('92).
  6. Green is a music studio album recording by STEVE HILLAGE (Canterbury Scene/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. This is the first HILLAGE album were Miquette Giraudy really demonstrate talent for techno keyboards.
  7. Jan 01,  · Fish Rising serves as a continuation of the musical format presented on "You" by Gong, which was released the previous year. Just like its counterpart, the music on "Fish Rising" is very spacey with loads of atmospheric synthesizer work from Tim Blake, technically superior drumming from Pierre Moerlen, virtuosic guitar work from Steve Hillage, and rumbling bass playing from Mike Howlett/5(82).
  8. In , Hillage went solo with the album Fish Rising, the first fruits of a longstanding writing partnership with keyboardist Miquette Giraudy. He next traveled to New York to cut 's L, produced by Todd Rundgren and featuring guest appearances from Utopia as well as jazz great Don Cherry.
  9. "Fish" and "Meditation of the Snake" serve as an interlude to the other mega compositions of the record, ending the first side or "Inglid". The second side "Outglid" begins with the Hillage concert staple "The Salmon Song". If there was a radio single from this album, it's this 8 and a half minute aquatic rocker.

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