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On March 30, 2004.

On March 30, 2004, “Mister E” label “Acid Motherhood”, the ninth Gong studio album. It was recorded in 2003-2004, and was produced by Orlando Allen and Zubin Henner.

Personnel:

  • Daevid Allen– guitar, vocals
  • Kawabata Makoto– guitar, bouzouki
  • Josh Pollock – guitar
  • Cotton Casino – synthesizer, voice
  • Dharmawan Bradbridge – bass
  • Orlando Allen – drums, executive producer
  • Gilli Smyth– space whisper
  • Greg Sheehan – hang, percussion
  • Kurt Schwitters – voice
  • Zubin Henner – engineer
  • Toby Allen– cover design

Track listing:

  1. Ocean Of Molasses -Orlando Allen, Dharmawan Bradbridge, Kawabata Makoto , Josh Pollock
  2. Supercotton – Orlando Allen, Kawabata Makoto, Josh Pollock, Daevid Allen
  3. Olde Fooles Game – Greg Sheehan, Daevid Allen
  4. Zeroina – Daevid Allen, Howlett
  5. Brainwash Me – Josh Pollock, Daevid Allen
  6. Monstah! – Josh Pollock
  7. Bible Study – Das Ubuibi
  8. Bazuki Logix – Kawabata Makoto
  9. Waving – Josh Pollock, Daevid Allen
  10. Makototen – Kawabata Makoto, Josh Pollock, Orlando Allen
  11. Schwitless In Molasses – Orlando Allen, Josh Pollock, Kawabata Makoto

 

On March 13, 2015.

Daevid Allen

On March 13, 2015, Christopher David Allen better known as Daevid Allen died aged 77. He was one of the most important figures of the progressive and avant-garde rock, Born in Australia, moved in UK in 1961, he was founding member of “Soft Machine” (1966) and in 1967, in France he formed the legendary band “Gong”.

Discography

  • 1963: Live 1963 (Daevid Allen Trio)
  • 1971: Banana Moon
  • 1973: Gong on Acid 73(BMO Vol. 16, with Gong)
  • 1976: Good Morning(with Euterpe)
  • 1977: Now Is the Happiest Time of Your Life
  • 1977: Studio Rehearsal Tapes 1977(BMO Vol. 1, with Euterpe, released on CD in 2008)
  • 1978: Mother(Gilli Smyth; Allen guests on a few tracks and produced the album)
  • 1979: N’existe pas!
  • 1980: Divided Alien Playbax(BMO Vol. 9, disk 2 released on CD in 2009)
  • 1980: Divided Alien Playbax(BMO Vol. 8, disk 1 released in 2009)
  • 1981: Self Initiation(BMO Vol. 3)
  • 1982: Ex/Don’t Stop(with David Tolley)
  • 1981: Divided Alien Playbax 80
  • 1984: Radio Art 1984(BMO Vol. 14)
  • 1988: Live Spring ’88: The Return
  • 1989: The Owl and the Tree(Mother Gong)
  • 1990: Stroking the Tail of the Bird(with Gilli Smyth and Harry Williamson)
  • 1990: Australia Aquaria
  • 1990: Seven Drones(VoicePrint)
  • 1990: The Australian Years(VoicePrint)
  • 1990: Melbourne Studio Tapes(BMO Vol. 10, with Invisible Opera Company of Oz)
  • 1992: Who’s Afraid(with Kramer)
  • 1992: Live at the Witchwood 1991(Magick Brothers)
  • 1993: je ne fum’ pas des bananes(Daevid Allen / Banana Moon / Gong)
  • 1993: 12 Selves(with singer Liz Van Dort)
  • 1995: Hit Men(with Kramer)
  • 1995: Dreamin’ a Dream
  • 1995: Bards of Byron Bay(BMO Vol. 4, with Russell Hibbs)
  • 1998: Eat Me Baby I’m a Jellybean
  • 1998: 22 Meanings(with Harry Williamson)
  • 1998: Live in Glastonbury Town(BMO Vol. 11, with Magick Brothers)
  • 1998: Solo @ The Axiom, Cheltenham ’98(BMO Vol. 15)
  • 1999: Live in the UK(BMO Vol. 2, with Brainville)
  • 1999: The Children’s Crusade(Brainville)
  • 1999: Money Doesn’t Make It
  • 2001: Sacred Geometry(with Micro Cosmic)
  • 2001: Nectans Glen(with Russell Hibbs)
  • 2002: Beauty the Basket Case(BMO Vol. 17, with Guru and Zero)
  • 2002: “One Who Whispers” (with Cipher)
  • 2002: Ugly Music For Monica(University of Errors)
  • 2004: Makoto Mango(with Guru & Zero)
  • 2004: Live @ the Knit NYC(BMO Vol. 6, with Nicoletta Stephanz)
  • 2004: The Mystery Disque(BMO Vol. 7, with das)
  • 2004: Altered States of Alien KWISP(BMO Vol. 13, with Altered Walter Funk)
  • 2005: Sacred Geometry II(with Micro Cosmic)
  • 2005: I Am Your Egg(with Gilli Smyth & Orlando Allen; Voiceprint – VP376CD))
  • 2006: Glissando Grooves(BMO Vol. 12, SFO Soundtribe 3, with Don Falcone)
  • 2010: Live in Brazil(Gong Global Family, Voiceprint)
  • 2013: Tried So Hard(with The Invisible Opera Company of Tibet, UK)
  • 2014: Of Blue Splendour(Andy Bole, UK)