|1976-11-25 - Portsmouth, UK - Locarno - aud (77m)
Steve Hillage, Miquette Giraudy, Christian Boule, Colin Bass, Basil Brooks, Clive
Bunker, Phil Hodge
1) Hurdy Gurdy Man (7:08)
2) Hurdy Gurdy Glissando
3) Electrick Gypsies (6:56)
4) Solar Musick Suite > Om Nama Shivaya (17:44) ***
5) Om Nama Shivaya (end) (0:47) $
6) Lunar Musick Suite (15:59)
7) It's All Too Much >
The Glorious Om Riff (8:32) =
8) The Salmon Song (9:04)
* Starts with "Castle In The
Clouds" from "Angels Egg" on P.A.
** "Hello...welcome to this somewhat surreal...environment...ehm...I hope
ehm...we can make it into a fine little place".
*** [Cut on coda].
$ Fades in on end after cut.
= Includes "Aftaglid" final riff.
Source: cassette > cdr (Tascam CC-222 SL Mk II) > wav
(EAC) > flac.
NEWS Supplement "Portsmoputh in the 60's June 1993: In Arundel Street, The Mecca was
the largest venue in the City and it hosted the more popular commercial groups. The Jack
Hawkins Band played at the Mecca Locarno Ballroom in Arundel Street from 1964 to 1969. The
Arundel Street Locarno Ballroom opened on Monday 4 May 1964 with a Gala Night
dance". (Porsmouth Music Scene website).
[Steve Hillage - 1976-11-25 - Portsmouth, UK] Received as cdr in private mail trade.
No SBE's - TLH
Show listed on Calyx (support:Nova) and Portsmouth Music Scene websites.
Audience mono recording ("average bootleg