hardback 4CD ear-book; 1500 copies worldwide
Most of Mothergong's live set from The Assembly Rooms, Glastonbury, and more. Great, clear multi-track recording with Didier, Graham Clark, Orlando Allen and Gwyo beautifully supporting a very in-form Gilli.
with daevid allen and Orlando Monday
excellent debut album from Gilli Smyth's San Francisco band - very good indeed
recorded in an ancient Celtic valley, under a wild, cloud-driven full moon… now with an expanded, illustrated booklet
superior sound, full lyrics in the booklet, plus a bonus track : DPRP review
Steffe and Gilli Smyth's luscious masterpiece
Recorded partly live on the 1991 Mother Gong USA tour, partly in Spring Studio, Melbourne, Australia. DPRP review
1994 and all that
Gilli Smyth, Harry Williamson and Rob Calvert tour the States with Thom the World Poet. Previously unavailable for quite some time.
organic, psychedelic - Gilli Smyth, with daevid allen guesting
A selection of the best tracks of Mothergong's two Glastonbury Festival performances. Contains traces of Didier Malherbe, Nik Turner, Jan Emeric, Jean‑Philippe Rykiel, Dane Kranenburg, Harry Williamson, more.
temporarily out of stock
20‑pages of lyrics and poems, illustrated by Taliesin. Includes 'The Song of O', 'If We Were Gods and Goddesses', 'I Am Invisible', and 'Mysterious Stranger'. Some of the lyrics made their first public appearance on the y2k Gong tours. [cover colour may vary]
52 pages. Prose Poem on the Animus illustrated by Babs Kirk. Intriguing and thought-provoking, written in the '80's and first published in 1989. [cover colour may vary]
(temporarily out of stock)
40 pages. Gilli's personal and factual, radically re-written and expanded Gong history book, originally released by Voiceprint in 1994. Includes Gilli's poem "We Who Were Raging in the Late 60's and Early 70's", and a Gong timeline overview. Gong have had a long and colourful story (starting with the 1968 revolution, when founders daevid allen and Gilli Smyth had to flee as 'revolutionaries'). This tracks the group through all its many stages and diversifications, nearly into the 90s. [cover colour may vary]
40 pages, illustrated by Taliesin. 23 perceptive, satirical pieces, with themes such as emails from God, meeting your clone and bizarre physics. The perfect sequel to 'Godly Talk'. [cover colour may vary]
…in the late Sixties and early Seventies. 12 pages. Gilli's poetic examination of the counter-culture movement in open verse, written in 1987. Also included in the 'Politico Historico Spirito' booklet.
100 photos of Gong live in Europe. Hand-numbered limited edition of 1000. 32 thick, glossy pages, saddle-stitched.