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Gong - Magick Brother

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  1. Dazuru
    Mystic Sister Magick Brother, Rational Anthemn, Glad to Sad to Say, Chainstore Chant Pretty Miss Titty, Hope You Feel OK, Ego, Gongsong, Princess Dreaming, 5& 20 Schoolgirls, Cos You Got Green Hair.
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  2. Tygojas
    Containing songs such as 'Rational Anthem' and 'Gong Song' and featuring some fine distorted and processed guitar playing by Allen, 'Magick Brother' is a wonderful precursor to Gong.
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  3. Akibei
    Albums from this period include Magick Brother, Mystic Sister () and the influential Bananamoon () – one of David Bowie’s favourite 20 albums. A stable line-up of the band, now named Gong, eventually materialised featuring Didier Malherbe (sax and reeds), Christian Tritsch (bass), and Pip Pyle (drums), along with Allen (glissando.
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  4. Kajin
    "Magick Brother, Mystic Sister" is very raw, & not as technical or jam worthy as later GONG, but the Canterbury humor is still there. "Shamal" is the beginning of their Fusion sound that would be later presented on later albums.
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  5. Akinom
    Magick Brother is the debut studio album by the progressive rock band Gong, recorded in Paris during September and October and released in March on the French BYG Actuel label.
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