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The Yumyum Tree

Label: Snapper
Released: 2009
Track listing: Magick Valley; Oddweird; Mooncalf; Oolong Oolong; Yumyum Tree; Plant Music; Nakuru; San Pedro.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ozric Tentacles: The Yumyum Tree

Read "The Yumyum Tree" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Twenty-five years and still going strong, legendary U.K. prog-rock outfit Ozric Tentacles releases its first studio album since 2006's The Floor's Too Far Away (Magna Carta Records). Interestingly enough, the musicians recently moved to Colorado to hone in on the U.S. festival and jamband scenes. This 2009 date doesn't proclaim anything strikingly new, when ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gong: Live 2 Infinitea/Live In London

Read "Live 2 Infinitea/Live In London" reviewed by Anthony Shaw

In the age of digital precision, it’s a reassurance to know that the spontaneity of live recording is not extinct. And when the band in question has a sum total of over 100 years of professional experience it’s a tonic to hear the power of the record. The disc provides ample evidence that Gong both should ...


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