KHAN-SPACE SHANTY-70s UK Prog Rock-Steve Hillage-FRANCE

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  • Item Category: Entertainment
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 10,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction

Album notes

Khan: Nick Greenwood (vocals, bass); Steve Hillage (guitar); Eric Peachey (drums). Additional personnel: Dave Stewart (keyboards). Personnel: Steve Hillage (vocals, guitar); Nick Greenwood (vocals); Eric Peachey (drums). Audio Remasterer: Paschal Byrne. Audio Remixers: Dave Grinsted; Derek Varnals. Almost stereotypically overreaching early-'70s progressive rock; quasi-operatic vocals, spinning guitar solos, lengthy suite-like tracks on the order of "Stargazers" and "Hollow Stone (incl. Escape of the Space Pilots)." The highlight is Stewart's effervescent organ work during the gentle and meditative passages. ~ Richie Unterberger

Editorial reviews 4 stars out of 5 -- [F]ar more than just an early staging-post on Hillage's musical journey. Actually it's a beautifully crafted landmark in English rock rightfully made available for the first time in over 15 years.
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This remastered by Mantra Records French Import of KHAN-SPACE SHANTY-of 70's British Prog Rock Band features brilliant Steve Hillage guitar work, as well as Dave Stewart from EGG on keyboards. The condition is excellent pre-owned. If you win more than one item, please inquire about combined shipping, so you will save money!

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