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Steve Hillage - Live Herald MP3 FLAC
Steve Hillage
Live Herald
Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock
VGD 3502
FLAC size:
2987 mb
MP3 size:
2427 mb
WMA size:
1183 mb


1Healing Feeling
Written-By – Giraudy, Hillage
21988 Aktivator
Written-By – Hillage
3Talking To The Sun
Written-By – Giraudy, Hillage
4Light In The Sky
Written-By – Giraudy, Hillage
5Searching For The Spark
Written-By – Giraudy, Hillage
6It's All Too Much / The Golden Vibe
Written-By [It's All Too Much] – HarrisonWritten-By [The Golden Vibe] – Hillage
7Radiom / Lunar Musick Suite / Meditation Of The Dragon
Written-By – HillageWritten-By [Lunar Music Suite] – Giraudy
8The Dervish Riff
Written-By – Hillage
9Electrick Gypsies
Written-By – Hillage
10Salmon Song
Written-By – Giraudy, Hillage
11 Studio Side
12New Age Synthesis (Unzipping The Zype)
Written-By – Anderson, McKenzie, Giraudy, Hillage
13Castle In The Clouds / Hurdy Gurdy Man
Written-By [Castle In The Clouds] – HillageWritten-By [Hurdy Gurdy Man] – Donovan


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
300 273-370Steve Hillage Live Herald ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat)Virgin300 273-370Germany1979
VGD3502Steve Hillage Live Herald ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat)VirginVGD3502New Zealand1979
NN-2000118Steve Hillage Live Herald ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Limited Edition NN-2000118RussiaUnknown
60007Steve Hillage Live Herald ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, Gat)Virgin60007France1984
3537 717Steve Hillage Live Herald ‎(Cass, Album)Virgin3537 717France1979


  • Artwork By [Colour Prints] – Robin
  • BassCurtis Robertson (tracks: B3)
  • Bass, VocalsColin Bass (tracks: A1 to A3, C1), John McKenzie (tracks: B1, B2, C2 to D4)
  • Design [Sleeve Design]Hipgnosis
  • DrumsClive Bunker (tracks: A1 to A3, C1)
  • Drums, PercussionAndy Anderson (tracks: B1, B2, C2 to D4)
  • Drums, VocalsJoe Blocker (tracks: B3)
  • EngineerJeremy Allom (tracks: B2), Malcolm Heeley (tracks: B1, C2), Phil Newell (tracks: B3), Simon Fraser (tracks: D1 to D4), Trevor White (tracks: A1 to A3, C1)
  • Engineer [Assistant And Live Sound]John Newsham
  • Engineer [Remix]Simon Fraser (tracks: A1 to C2)
  • KeyboardsPhil Hodge (tracks: A1 to A3, C1)
  • Lead Guitar, Guitar [Glissando], Synthesizer, Vocals, Sequenced BySteve Hillage
  • ManagementSmart Management
  • Management [Manager]Steve Lewis
  • Photography ByHipgnosis , Brimson
  • Photography By [Group Photos]Chuck Pulin, Ian Dickson , Jerry Levy , Murray Close, Rod Lynton
  • ProducerSteve Hillage
  • Rhythm Guitar, Guitar [Glissando]Christian Boulé (tracks: A1 to B2, C1, C2)
  • Synthesizer, Sequenced By, FluteBasil Brooks (tracks: A1 to A3, C1)
  • Synthesizer, Vocals, Bells, Sequenced By, Guitar [Glissando]Miquette Giraudy


Tracks A1 to A3, C1 recorded live at The Rainbow Theatre, London, March 26th, 1977.
Tracks B1, C2 recorded live at Oxford Polytechnic, May 25th, 1978.
Track B2 recorded live at The Marquee Club, London, August 7th, 1978.
Track B3 recorded live at The Rainbow Theatre, London, November 3rd, 1977.

Colour prints : Robin at Maintide


  • Matrix / Runout (side A, etched (variant 1)): VGD·3502 · A·4 TY
  • Matrix / Runout (side B, etched (variant 1)): VGD·3502 · B·1 RAYS
  • Matrix / Runout (side C etched, except "VGD" : stamped, "VDG" : crossed (variant 1)): VGD VDG 3502 C·3 TY
  • Matrix / Runout (side D etched, except "VGD" : stamped, "VDG" : crossed (variant 1)): VGD VDG 3502 D·2 RAYS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (variant 2)): VGD 3502 A6
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (variant 2)): VGD 3502 B-1U-1-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C (variant 2)): VGD 3502 C5
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D (variant 2)): VGD D-1U-1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out side A, etched, variant 3): VGD·3502 · A·4 TY
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out side B, etched, variant 3): VGD·3502 · B·3 TY
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out side C, etched, except "VGD D" : stamped, "VDG" : crossed, variant 3): VGD D VDG 3502·C·3 TY
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out side D, etched, except "VGD" : stamped, "VDG" : crossed, variant 3): VGD VDG · 3502·D·4 TY


  • Recorded At – Rainbow Theatre London
  • Recorded At – Oxford Polytechnic
  • Recorded At – Marquee Club
  • Recorded At – Sawmills Studio
  • Recorded By – Manor Mobile
  • Recorded By – La Maison Rouge
  • Mastered At – Trident Studios
  • Printed By – Maintide
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Virgin Music (Publishers) Ltd.
  • Published By – Donovan Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Northern Songs Ltd.
  • Published By – Blackhill Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Copyright Control


  • interactive man
When I first heard its all too much, it blew me away ! so much better then the original, which I had always loved, made me go out and buy L so different to what I had been listening too at that time, opened my eyes and mind, brilliant live album Live Herald, go on treat yourself
  • Jogrnd
There can be no doubt that 'L' was Hillage's finest studio album and all of the highlights from that album are represented here in this live + studio collection. Back in the mid- to late-1970s Steve Hillage was pretty much the king of often speeded-up and discordant hippy noodling and we get lots of that here, but some of the stuff is sublime if you like his music. Highlights are "Lunar Musick Suite", "Hurdy Gurdy Man" and "It's All Too Much".Side D is a side of 'new' studio material, including the Hillage-does-punk track "1988 Aktivator". There's some great stuff on this side, not least of which is the opener, "Talking to the Sun".PS I've corrected track C1 to "Lunar Musick Suite" (with a K) as it should be but have no idea how to correct the Master Release, so if somebody else would like to do that I'd be much obliged.
  • Chilele
"L" is a fantastic Hillage album, no doubt, but if we're talking about his best studio album then it's "Motivation Radio" by a country mile!