in Progressive Rock Gong Shamal October 9, 2010, 3:05 pm 1.6k Views 22 Comments de l’album Shamal 1975 Gong Shamal source Add to FavouritesAdd to Collection Gong See more Previous article Chuck Berry – Hoochie Coochie Man Next article Black Sabbath – Symptom of the Universe (lyrics) 22 Comments Leave a Reply The essence of true music… Reply Amazing Reply Wow so cool RIP Daevid you was and will always be a great 🙁 sorely missed 🙁 Reply A legend for now and forever XD Reply How come I don't see this song on the cd? Was it an import addition? Reply Folks…this is an amazing album that some how I missed in the 70's. I am not a huge David Allen fan and he is not on this cd but this cd reminds me of all the prog jazz bands playing in the early to mid 70's…Brand X, Passport, Genesis, Weather Report, Bill Bruford, Caravan (with the quirky awkward lyrics) Yes, and even Miles Davis. all wrapped into one! The old adege fits here(hear)…if you don't like the music currently playing wait 20 secs and it will change. This has made its way quickly into my top 5 all time cds! I highly recommend headphones and a some gangja…you will not be disappointed.! Let me know what you all think? Reply Fusion is fantastic! I could care less what critic's and musicians (Jazz purist,Rock purist) who get uncomfortable when the "barriers" of comfortable categories are threatened. I love acoustic Jazz especially from Bebop today. Modern Jazz, even the acoustic draws from fusion and the world around them. That's what Jazz musicians do, Express and communicate. All music can and should cross over in the most artistic way possible. Originality is born from this thinking. Musicians open your ears, critic's close your mouths long enough to open your minds. Then again… Definitely not saying "You HAVE to like something". Just stop being lazy with categorizing music critic's Reply Pierre.Moerlen.immense.drumming.et.percussionnistes…goo.bass.de.Mike..&..Bloom.on.winds.instruments.geant…plus.the.keyboards.de.Patrice.the.violin.of.Jorge..et.Mireille.on.various.percussions…le.deli're.tres.tres.Fort.🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌 Reply Jump ons up this magic carpet of progressive jazzyfunk Reply God Save the Groove ! Reply This is great and interesting Reply lord quas Reply oui!!! Reply STILL a GREAT sounding album – sweet sax! Thanks for the nostalgic trip 👍 Reply 2’55 and 4’08 : parts of bass and GC excellent 👍 Reply Excellent Enregistrement 🎙 (Vu le Matos de l'époque) … 😎 Reply Un Mix Original Remarquable ! Reply Heard some Hancock hear Reply Tout l'album… Est, "Nickel"! Reply Splendido pezzo Reply Does anyone has the lyrics of the female voice? Reply MIAUUUUUU !!!! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter!