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GAZEUSE! (originally Virgin V-2074) was the second GONG album released after founding member Daevid Allen went solo, the first led by drummer Pierre Moerlen, and their first... Read morePublished 3 months ago by John H. McCarthy
I had discovered this album 20 years ago and then lost it. Absolutely great for any fan of jazz, fusion, or rock.Published 8 months ago by David Worsham
Check tracks three, two, one. Kettle drumming. Drum solo. Progressive Jazz fusion. Rock and roll. Jazzy. Light. Funky. Groovy. Catchy.Published 20 months ago by Kevin Finn
This is instrumental jazz-rock from the '70s, but it's timeless to me. I love the interaction of bass and drums on this CD, it's just got a funky groove to it. Read morePublished on July 17, 2013 by Ken V.
As everyone here has said, this is Gong without its founders Allen or Smyth, or it's lead guitarist Hillage - or any of the Pot-head Pixie stuff. Read morePublished on January 7, 2013 by applewood
Well. First off, there's none of that PHP silliness on this record. I really miss that. Fusiony stuff generally takes itself too seriously and without any fun going on even on the... Read morePublished on August 8, 2010 by OLD GUY.
I bought this one after having been a fan of its sequel, Expresso II for many many years. Hearing this, I could see how it was a stepping stone to that second album by this... Read morePublished on March 21, 2010 by Scott and his Stacks o' Books
I've listened to Gazeuse for maybe 20+ years or so and it never bores me.
Get it ASAP!
Now there's been a small debate among the progressive rock community (and you know, it HAS to be small since Gong is so unknown to the average person) which version of Gong is... Read morePublished on January 2, 2009 by Bryan