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The Galileo 7 - The Complete Live-O-Graphic Session download mp3
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The Complete Live-O-Graphic Session
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Garage Rock, Power Pop, Psychedelic Rock
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1812 mb
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Recorded nearly live at Barker's Lithographic Printers, Rochester, on 24th January 2016 Limited to 300 copies-2 extra tracks to the CD issue. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.

The Complete Live-O-Graphic Session ‎(LP, Album, Ltd). Fools Paradise Records. What this latest release proves is that the Galileo 7 are hot: one of the most buzzing, happening propositions on the British mod-pop garage scene. Mole's drum infiltrations have created in the songs a much more edgy spin, wildly emphasising the accents, take-off and landing points, while the guitars, organ and vocals all swing and swirl more, like a a print made in fabulous colour. It's an altogether more electrifying sound

The Complete Live-O-Graphic Session' offers twelve revved up, incendiary, near-live versions of previously released songs! The live backing tracks were burned out by the MK3 line-up of The Galileo 7 in one frantic hour, hemmed in by the mechanical clutter and ephemera of a working lithographic press, ignoring thumping headaches induced by a toxic combination of chemical vapours and extreme volume levels, but high on the alchemic rock'n'roll fumes of a spontaneous, unplanned recording

The Complete Live-O-Graphic Session' offers twelve revved up, incendiary, near-live versions of previously released songs! The live backing tracks were burned out by the MK3 line-up of The Galileo 7 in one frantic hour, hemmed in by the mechanical clutter and ephemera of a working lithographic press, ignoring thumping headaches induced by a toxic combination of chemical vapours and extreme volume levels, but high on the alchemic rock'n'roll fumes of a spontaneous, unplanned recording.

Garage-rock goes psych-pop - brand new 'almost live' renderings, featuring grinding fuzz, power chords, swirling organ and clattery drums meeting in an unholy alliance with vocal harmonies, real tunes and hooks that will stick in your head and hear. enre: Rock: 60's Rock.

10 Songs, 31 Minutes. Released: Mar 28, 2016. 2016 The Galileo 7. More By The Galileo 7. See All.

If you include the very limited live album "Live-O-Graphic", The Galileo7 already have their fifth album in the shops. Allan Cockford, the bustling Medway-Beat-heed, longtime sidekick of PRISONERS-boss Graham Day (among others SOLAR FLARES, GOALERS), Billy Childish (MIGHTY CAESARS, BUFF MEDWAYS et. sweeps over the six strings with ease.

The Galileo 7 play psych-tinged, garage-flavoured, Medway-tainted power-pop and feature former Prisoner, Solarflare and current.

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A1 Never Go Back
A2 Not Gonna Miss You
A3 Orangery Lane
A4 Cruel Bird
A5 My Cover Is Blown
A6 Don't Know What I'm Waiting For
Lead Vocals – Viv Bonsels
B1 Anne Hedonia
B2 Nowhere People
B3 Nobody Told You
B4 Don't Follow Me
B5 Modern Love Affair
B6 Don't Fly Too High

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Barkers Litho
  • Pressed By – GZ Media

Credits

  • Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals – Paul Moss
  • Drums, Backing Vocals – Mole
  • Keyboards, Backing Vocals – Viv Bonsels
  • Producer – Franc Localdork
  • Vocals, Guitar – Allan Crockford
  • Written-By – Allan Crockford

Notes

Recorded nearly live at Barker's Lithographic Printers, Rochester, on 24th January 2016
Limited to 300 copies--2 extra tracks to the CD issue

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5031802050820

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FPCD002 The Galileo 7 Live-O-Graphic ‎(CD, Album) Fools Paradise Records FPCD002 UK 2016


Reviews:
  • lucky kitten
This is a collection of previously released cuts that were released on the group's various albums and first single, but here have been given a new lease of life by being recorded (almost) live, in the naturally apt setting of Barker's Lithographic Printers in Rochester Kent. What this latest release proves is that the Galileo 7 are hot: one of the most buzzing, happening propositions on the British mod-pop garage scene.Mole's drum infiltrations have created in the songs a much more edgy spin, wildly emphasising the accents, take-off and landing points, while the guitars, organ and vocals all swing and swirl more, like a a print made in fabulous colour. It's an altogether more electrifying sound. The production - or lack thereof - renders everything remarkably tactile sounding which, in turn, makes the songs fizz with newfound energy and helps to the propel 'Orangery Lane' , the sprightly 'Anne Hedonia' and the likes of the near-perfect closer 'Don't fly too High' forward into what are now extraordinarily good beat sounds.Lenny Helsing - Shindig!