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Daevid Allen and Kramer

Daevid Allen and Kramer

Daevid Allen and Kramer


Daevid Allen is a musician of the mid 1960s, Canterbury, progressive rock band The Soft Machine as well as the psychedelic jazz fusion band Gong, along with it’s various incarnations such as Mother Gong and New York Gong. kRaMeR is a singer/songwriter, producer and former owner of the indie record label Shimmy Disc, later transformed into Second Shimmy. He was in the early 1980s post-punk bands Shockabilly and B.A.L. L as well as the performance art-rock band Bongwater with lyricist,singer/songwriter and actress Ann Magnuson. Read more on Last.fm
Daevid Allen is a musician of the mid 1960s, Canterbury, progressive rock band The Soft Machine as well as the psychedelic jazz fusion band Gong, along with it’s various incarnations such as Mother Gong and New York Gong. kRaMeR is a singer/songwriter, producer and former owner of the indie record label Shimmy Disc, later transformed into Second Shimmy. He was in the early 1980s post-punk bands Shockabilly and B.A.L. L as well as the performance art-rock band Bongwater with lyricist,singer/songwriter and actress Ann Magnuson.

The studio projects between Daevid Allen and Kramer produced two albums, Hit Men and Who’s Afraid? - both having a modern twist on the Canterbury progressive rock sound and the latter album also having a Syd Barrett type influence in both vocals and lyrics. The two also later collaborated on the album The Children’s Crusade in the band Brainville with other classic Canterbury 60s era progressive rock artists such as Allen’s former Soft Machine band mate, Hugh Hopper and Pip Pyle of Hatfield and the North. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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