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The recording of 'An Evening of Contemporary Sitar Music' has been released several times in various bootleg forms, this is the first official release in the UK on Space Age Recordings and has the added bonus of including additional tracks not found on the bootlegs.
Taken from a review of Spacemen 3 at Waterman's Art Centre, Hammersmith, London. "Before us, between two columns in the centre of the bar, seated and almost motionless, our four Spacemen, amps pointed inwards and thoughts transfixed likewise. The air surrounding them is rich with the delicate hum of vibrant electricity, an incessant throbbing ambience rising to stirring crescendos and then falling away to a whisper. The best way to describe it would be intense but atmospheric, so much so that it blends with the feel of the occasion with out being loud and oppressive. Sonic's plectrum clicks audibly against his strings causing rhythmic arcs of sound to pulsate throughout the bar and wing their way casually into the night air. Jason meanders around, pulling a hypnotic ellipse of jagged spectral tonality from his fretboard, repeating phrase after phrase, again and again, minimal, maximum. To call it contemporary sitar music is no untruth"
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