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Mooch
www.stephenpalmer.co.uk
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CD Reviews
1967 ½
Review by Gary Hill
Welcome to a CD of contradictions. This latest release from Stephen Palmer’s group Mooch is a trip back to the summer of love
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Dr. Silbury’s Liquid Brainstem Band
Review by Gary Hill
This is a double disc set from Mooch and while you might be reminded of The Beatles’ Sergeant Peppers… by the title, I don’t get the feeling this is any kind of massive concept album. Instead it’s a series of slices of electronic space rock with a strong emphasis on the “space” part of that moniker.
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Stations of the Sun
Review by Gary Hill
I usually like Mooch albums a lot. I like this one, but not as much as I expected to like it.

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The Pagan Year
Review by Gary Hill
Mooch’s latest CD is a concept album that delivers the pagan year as 8 tracks each corresponding to one of the 8 major festivals of the pagan calendar.

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Interviews
Mooch
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Stephen Palmer of Mooch from 2010


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Spirits Burning & Bridget Wishart - Bloodlines
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It seems that Spirits Burning’s sound is a very diverse thing. With this album the more familiar space rock elements are joined with jazz, psychedelia and even dance club music.


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Omenopus - The Plague
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Since this project includes Bridget Wishart, one might expect it to be space rock.


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