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Steve Hillage - Live At Deeply Vale Festival '78 FLAC album

Performer: Steve Hillage
Genre: Rock
Title: Live At Deeply Vale Festival '78
Country: UK
Released: 2004
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1398 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1961 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1441 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 266

This double live album is a more a tribute to this free festival outside Rochdale, England, than a proper Steve Hillage live album. Live Herald is head and shoulders better than this album. CD 1 consists of the gig recorded through the mixing desk. CD 2 consists of the same gig but recorded in the audience. CD 1 consists of the only good meat in this package. The Steve Hillage gig with some decent sound. Never mind the sound, Steve and his band is giving it all with good live renditions of songs I shamefully have not heard the studio versions of. I have the albums, but have failed to put them in my CD player.

Composer, Guitar, Keyboards, Primary Artist, Vocals. Guitar (Bass), Vocals.

Live At Deeply Vale Free People's Festival 1978, 2004. Lunar Musick Suite, 03:59. Octave Doctors, 04:26.

Album · 2004 · 21 Songs. Deeply Vale - Bring What You Expect To Find - Tractor. 21 Songs, 2 Hours 10 Minutes. Released: May 31, 2004. More By Steve Hillage.

Steve Hillage - Radio Radio Steve Hillage. Live at Deeply Vale Festival '78. 8,625 listeners. Also featured on. +11 other releases.

Live At Deeply Vale Festival '78 ‎(2xCD, Album). Ozit-Morpheus Records. OZITCD 786. The Fall. Live At Deeply Vale ‎(CD, Album). UK. 2005.

On stage announcement from DJ at Deeply Vale, Saucer Surfing. Live at Deeply Vale Free People's Festival 1978. 04. Salmon Son. Steve Hillage. Live at Deeply Vale Free People's Festival.


Steve Hillage Saucer Surfing 7:50
Steve Hillage Searching For The Spark 10:29
Steve Hillage Octave Doctors 4:26
Steve Hillage Salmon Song 10:16
Steve Hillage Crystal City 5:00
Steve Hillage Radio 7:32
Steve Hillage Palm Trees 5:21
Steve Hillage Light In The Sky 5:14
Steve Hillage Hurdy Gurdy Man 7:08
Steve Hillage Lunar Musick Suite 3:59
Steve Hillage Sun Song (Reprise) 1:29
Steve Hillage Activation Meditation 4:11
Steve Hillage Glorious Om Riff 4:55
Bonus Tracks
Steve Hillage Saucer Surfing 7:25
Steve Hillage Searching For The Spark 10:23
Steve Hillage Octave Doctors 4:25
Steve Hillage Salmon Song 9:21
The Ruts Babylon's Burning 3:56
Tractor The Jester 4:46
Tractor Argument For One 6:55
Tractor Deeply Vale - Bring What You Expect To Find 5:40


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
OZITCD781 Steve Hillage Live At Deeply Vale Festival '78 ‎(2xCD, Album) Ozit-Morpheus Records OZITCD781 UK 2004
OZITLP8007 Steve Hillage Deeply Vale ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Col) Ozit Records OZITLP8007 UK 2009
I had looked forward with great anticipation to hearing this wonderful looking production since clicking the 'Buy' button. This evening I placed the psychedelic disc it on my turntable, but within seconds was examining my stylus to see if I had picked up someone's old cardigan on it. Then I turned to look at my amplifier settings to see if I was somehow inadvertently connected to next door's speakers instead of my own. When it struck me, it was actually just like being there at Deeply Vale, had I been two fields away listening to the set with my sleeping bag wrapped around my head. Or perhaps it is just a cut made from some badly degraded old tape recording that's been left in someone's garage since 1977. Mould and all. A friend at work was 'oohing' and 'ahhing' at the pretty vinyl saying how she'd want to hang it on the wall. I think she might have a point. It won't be a frequent visitor the my turntable. Pretty but useless.

I almost paid out good money for this dog shit, but fortunately a friend beat me to it and clued me in that it was an OZit release! 'Nuff said. How that label has gotten away with the amount of dog shit cash-ins they release is anyone's guess. I haven't heard all their releases so I'm sure there must be at least one that sounds decent but so far I haven't heard it. I don't know much about Chris Hewitt but judging by the crap he releases he doesn't give a shit about sound quality. Avoid like the plague.

I read the reviews but still had to have it. Reviews are right. This sounds bad. It's like they put time into everything about this release except for the sound. Great packaging, awesome looking vinyl, PHENOMENAL performance, and yet terrible mix, eq, production, etc. I dig me some serious Hillage so I don't regret the purchase, just super bummed it sounds soooo bad....

Splatter vinyl, ltd. edition, 180 g. vinyl. Looks perfekt but sound like shit. To be avoided.

Very disappointing album because of the very bad quality of recordings. There exists far better sounding bootlegs than this one.

terrysuki Why did you give this shit five stars? It sucks and you know it, so I don't get it. Didn't you realise that's what you did.? No I didn't, must have done it by accident. Sorry that is was confusing