Daevid Allen ‎- Divided Alien Playbax 80 (Reissue) (19821995)

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Artist: Daevid Allen
Title: Divided Alien Playbax 80
Year Of Release: 1982/1995
Label: Spalax Music
Genre: Electronic, Art Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Abstract, Experimental, Canterbury Scene
Quality: Mp3 320 / Flac (image, .cue, log)
Total Time: 39:03
Total Size: 100/275 Mb (scans)

1. When 8:01
2. Well 1:27
3. Bell 1:02
4. Boon 1:08
5. Dab 1:43
6. Gay 2:15
7. Rude 1:47
8. Disguise 1:06
9. Pearls 2:35
10. Bodigas 0:57
11. Froghello 2:40[/center]

12. Fasfather 5:06
13. Smile 9:08
Bass - Bill Laswell
Drums - Fred Maher
Drums, Percussion - Bill Bacon
Guitar, Voice, Recorded, Produced by - Daevid Allen
Synthesizer - Michael Beinhorn
Christopher David Allen - January 13th, 1938 (Melbourne, Australia) - 13 March 2015
Daevid Allen (sometimes credited as "Divided Alien") is an Australian poet, guitarist, singer, composer and performance artist best known as co-founder of the psychedelic rock bands SOFT MACHINE (in the UK, 1966) and GONG (in France, 1970).
In 1960, inspired by the Beat Generation writers he had discovered whilst working in a Melbourne bookshop, Daevid Allen travelled to Paris where he stayed at the Beat Hotel, moving into a room that had recently been vacated by Allen Ginsberg and Peter Orlovsky. While selling the International Herald Tribune around Le Chat qui Peche and the Latin Quarter, he met Terry Riley and also gained free access to the jazz clubs in the area. After meeting up with Willaim S. Burroughs and inspired by philosophies of Sun Ra, he formed a free jazz outfit, the Daevid Allen Trio, and performed at Burroughs' theatre pieces based on Burroughs' novel "The Ticket That Exploded".
Allen travelled to England, renting a room in Canterbury where he met his landlord's son, 16 year old Robert Wyatt.. They formed the band Soft Machine in 1966 with Kevin Ayers and Mike Ratledge. Ayers and Wyatt had previously played in Wilde Flowers.
Following a tour of Europe, Allen was refused re-entry to the UK due to overstaying his visa on a prior visit. He settled in Paris where, in May 1968, he took part in the protests which swept the city. He handed out teddy bears to the police and recited poetry in pidgin French, and now admits that he was scorned by the other protesters for being a beatnik.
Fleeing the police, he made his way to Deya, Majorca, with his partner Gilli Smyth. It was here that he recorded the first album under the name Gong, titled Magick Brother (released on BYG Actuel in 1969). They were joined by flautist and saxophonist Didier Malherbe, who they claimed to have found living in a cave on Robert Graves' estate.
In 1971 Gong released Camembert Electrrique. They became somewhat of an anarchist commune in rural France between 1973 and 1974. They were joined by Steve Hillage to record the Radio Gnome Trilogy after signing with Virgin, consisting of Flying Teapot, Angel's Egg and You.
Allen left this incarnation of Gong and recorded two solo albums, Good Morning and Now Is the Happiest Time of Your Life. In 1977 he performed and recorded as Planet Gong and rejoined the early-70s version of the group for a one-off show at the Hippodrome in Paris. Portions of this concert (which was several hours long) was released on a double-LP entitled Gong Est Mort - Vive Gong!.
In 1980 Allen teamed up with Bill Laswelll for the punk-influenced New York Gong. This effort yielded an LP called About Time. More projects followed, including Invisible Opera Company Of Tibet, Brainville, Ex (not to be confused with the Dutch punk band The Ex), and Magic Brothers.
In 1981 Allen returned to Australia, taking up residence in Byron Bay where he worked on performance pieces and poetry. He performed with performance artist David Tolley using tape loops and drum machines. He is currently involved with a project entitled you'N'gong (a play on the phrase "Young Gong") with his son, Orlando, and members of Acid Mothers Temple(the collaborations are performed under the name Acid Mothers Gong), as well as an improvisation outfit entitled Guru And Zero.
For many years now, Daevid Allen has been a member of the University of Errors, who have released four albums.
In November 2006 a Gong Family Unconvention was held for Gong fans in Amsterdam which included a reunion of many former Gong members from the "classic" early 70s lineup.


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