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Azathoth - Arzachel - Arzachel (CD, Album)

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  1. Jul 05,  · Pre-gong, pre-egg and pre-khan members team up to do this release cd. The sound & style is basically Egg with Steve Hillage on guitar. It does sound a little dated and unrehearsed, but not bad at all. I love Stewart & Hillages playing on this cd/5(36).
  2. Arzachel (album) A Wikipédiából, a szabad enciklopédiából Ehhez a szócikkhez további forrásmegjelölés szükséges az ellenőrizhetőség érdekében. Emiatt nem tudjuk közvetlenül ellenőrizni, hogy a szócikkben szereplő állítások helytállóak-e.
  3. Arzachel About Arzachel The psychedelic blues-rock band Uriel consisting of Steve Hillage, Dave Stewart, Clive Brooks and Mont Campbell, who later changed their name to Egg, was founded in.
  4. Pre-gong, pre-egg and pre-khan members team up to do this release cd. The sound & style is basically Egg with Steve Hillage on guitar. It does sound a little dated and unrehearsed, but not bad at all. I love Stewart & Hillages playing on this cd/5(36).
  5. Prog Temple proudly presents a vitally important and acknowledged piece of British psychedelia. Arzachel’s lone album was released to little acclaim when it appeared on the independent Evolution label in with barely any promotion to propel it. Unbeknown to many, Arzachel didn’t actually exist, instead they were better known as Uriel and would later discover prominence with Decca as.
  6. The self-titled album from the psychedelic pseudonyms is a surreal trip through a variety of musical styles that go beyond psychedelia and into the realms of Progressive Rock proper/5(42).
  7. Arzachel. Arzachel. Play on TIDAL or open in our Desktop app Share. 1. Garden of Earthly Delights Arzachel. 2. Azathoth Arzachel. 3.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Arzachel on Discogs. Label: Drop Out Records (2) - DOCD • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock/5(31).
  9. Arzachel’s lone album was released to little acclaim when it appeared on the independent Evolution label in with barely any promotion to propel it. Unbeknown to many, Arzachel didn’t actually exist, instead they were better known as Uriel and would later discover prominence with Decca as Egg.

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