October 20, 2008

Steve Hillage - London, Rainbow Theatre 1977




STEVE HILLAGE
London, Rainbow Theatre 1977
FLAC

Here's one for all the Pot-Head Pixies.
regards
Titus

1. Octave Doctors
2. It's All Too Much
3. Light In The Sky
4. Radio
5. Motivation
6. Saucer Surfing
(inc. Searching For The Spark
& Drum Solo)
7. Hurdy Gurdy Man


Link

Thanks to:

13 comments:

HELL YEAH said...

Fantastic blog, You get to my favorite blog, if you want to do the same.
Sorry for my english.

AtticRock said...

Sure, your blog is excellent.

Anonymous said...

Is this the same as the boot cd Gong go looong?

Spock said...

Thank you very much - sorry for your troubles with the 'industry' - may your blog live long and prosper.

Anonymous said...

All the blogs of music should aspire to the condition of Soundaboard, keep doing your remarkable work.
Greetings from the limits of Arizona Sonora Desert in Mexico.
Ruben The Bunkbreaker.

Anonymous said...

anon - yes I think it is the same show as disc 1 of gong go looong.
spock - you have three ears. One on the left. one on the right and the final front ear.
ruben - go easy on that bunk!
thanks for all the comments
long live soundaboard
Titus

newelectricmuse said...

I'd forgotten about Steve Hillage and his funky space music...these are two excellent shows. Thanks
Newelectricmuse

pokerface said...

You might like this
its another gig from hillage 1977 rainbow. Might be the same night but with extra tracks

http://elasticrock.blogspot.com/2008/03/steve-hillage.html

Titus said...

I suspect the extra tracks are from the Canterbury show. BTW: Nice blog pokerface.

pokerface said...

Ahh it might be the Canterbury show, Ill check them both out and have a listen to see the crowd noise is the same etc.

I wish the other blog was mine . But im afraid it isnt.
But i saw you both had Hillage Rainbow concerts so i thought id let you both know,

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the post, I was at this show.The venue opened late that night as there was a power cut in Finsbury Park until 9pm but the band made up for it as they played until well after the venues curfew. I think they ended up having the plug pulled on them after they played an extended version of Not Fade Away that went on forever but I might be wrong on that one as things got a little hazy that night, bit of a smokey venue :-)

Anonymous said...

Could you please re-up the link.

AtticRock said...

Can't do it, this file was uploaded by Titus a former blog contributor.