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Daevid Allen

Daevid Allen was among the founders from the Uk progressive rock-band the Soft Machine in 1966. After documenting just one record using the group, he became the founder/head of Gong, which he still left in 1973 to begin with a solo profession (though his initial solo record, Banana Moon, premiered in 1971 while he was still within the group). Allen explored his quirky, folky undertake rock through the entire ’70s and ’80s on albums like 1976’s HELLO and 1983’s Alien in NY. His solo function also included collaborations with underground rock and roll impresario Kramer like 1993’s Who’s Scared? and 1996’s Strike Men, that was released on Kramer’s Shimmy Disk label. Allen came back in 1999 with Cash Doesn’t ENSURE IT IS, followed a calendar year afterwards by Stroking the Tail from the Parrot. Nectans Glen also implemented in 2000. In 2003 Allen produced a new edition of Gong with associates of japan collective referred to as Acidity Mothers Temple, in addition to playing and launching material along with his California-based music group University of Mistakes. He continued release a numerous live pieces and one-off collaborations in limited editions on several independent brands under his very own and different group brands. A best-of, Guy From Gong, which just scratched the top of his extended discography, made an appearance from Snapper Music in 2006. Following a battle with cancers, Allen passed away in Australia in March 2015 at age 77.

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