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Quintessence Rebirth - Live at Glastonbury 2010 album cover
3.18 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 50% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Only Love (5:03)
2. Ganga Mai (4:45)
3. Cosmic Surfer (4:29)
4. Mount Kailash (2:45)
5. Intangible (3:53)
6. Dance For The One (8:26)
7. Shiva's Chant (2:10)
8. Notting Hill Gate (5:32)
9. When Thy Song Flows Through Me (3:36)
10. Glastonbury Dawn (1:17)
11. Sunrise (4:31)
12. Mendocino Bay (3:41)

Total Time 45:23

Line-up / Musicians

- Shiva (Phil Jones) / lead vocals, didgeridoo
- Maha Dev (Dave Codling) / rhythm guitar, harmony vocals
- Chas Roughley / support lead vocals, percussion
- Jon Taylor / flute, saxophone
- LOL /lead guitar
- John Bootle /bass guitar, harmony vocals
- Pete Brenchley / drums
- John Barham / record production and album concept

Releases information

2011 CD Hux Records (UK) Hux 122

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QUINTESSENCE Rebirth - Live at Glastonbury 2010 ratings distribution

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3 stars My property in the Welsh hills is the long-lapsed inheritance of a local clergyman's son, who went to India in the 1970's and was never heard from since. This poignant glimpse into history shows how, for certain Western hippies, the spiritual draw of Indian culture was real and powerful. And the ... (read more)

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