Producer – Giorgio Gomelsky, Gong. Vocals – Shakti Yoni. Recorded in France, full moon August 1973 by the Manor Mobile 24 Track Studios. Angels Egg (LP, Album, RE). Charly Records.
Angel's Egg", the second part of Gnome trilogy is probably the peak of GONG career, but for some reason I prefer "You". is worth paying attention. This album is the second in the Radio Gnome Invisible Trilogy, and it is the best. We are transported to Planet Gong, via a Flying Teapot, and the allegorical tale of life and the idiocy of our heroes quest begins: a quest that is never ending but nevertheless essential in finding the meaning of that perfect life.
Angels Egg is the fourth studio album by the progressive rock band Gong, released on Virgin Records in December 1973. It was recorded using the Manor Mobile studio at Gong's communal home, Pavillon du Hay, Voisines, France, and mixed at The Manor, Oxfordshire, England. The album was produced by "Gong under the direction of Giorgio Gomelsky"
Album Name Angel's Egg (Radio Gnome Invisible part 2). Type Album. Wydawcy Victor Entertainment. Styl muzycznyProgressive Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album12.
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In 2003, Virgin released Angel's Egg (Radio Gnome Invisible, Pt. 2)/Shamal, which contained two albums - Angel's Egg (1973, originally released on Virgin) and Shamal (1976, also originally on Virgin) - by Gong in a two-CD set. It's an interesting - and perhaps a bit disjointed - pairing, since Angel's Egg is a strong recording by the Daevid Allen-led version of the band and Shamal is the first LP by the group (soon to be led by Pierre Moerlen) following Allen's departure.
TITLE added to MP3 cart. Radio Gnome Invisible Part II - Angel's Egg. Gong. The second and best of the Radio Gnome Trilogy, Angel's Egg swings and sways with lysergic fury, and is also the first Gong album where Steve Hillage really cuts loose on guitar (although he was subtly present on the preceding LP "Flying Teapot"). This is probably as good as Angel's Egg has ever sounded on CD. A couple of bonus tracks are included, but they are of no great consequence.