Shapeshifter is the ninth studio album released under the name Gong. It was released in 1992. It is the first proper album from Daevid Allen's Gong since You from 1974. It is the first album from the original group without founding member Gilli Smyth. Didier Malherbe and Allen are the only two returning performers from the previous album. Pip Pyle, who performed on Continental Circus and Camembert Electrique also returns.
Shapeshifter (sometimes referred to as New Zealand Shapeshifter) are a live drum and bass act from New Zealand. They are known for their live shows and blend of heavy soul with drum and bass. They have made appearances at Glastonbury, The Big Chill, Big Day Out, Parklife plus sold-out performances across Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Shapeshifter formed in 1999 after the four founding members met at jazz school.
Despite its title, the second album from Knuckle Puck isn’t a reinvention; rather, Shapeshifter is the sound of the Chicago-based pop-punk band taking their best qualities and honing them to make them even sharper. The songwriting became tighter and more deliberate, the lyrics more introspective and urgent-without losing an ounce of the sweat-soaked authenticity and passion that made their debut album, Copacetic, so captivating. Above all, it’s an album that proves the band are unflinchingly unwilling to compromise when it comes to their art. That’s evident on first single Gone, perhaps the.
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Shapeshifter - Single Sisters of Suffocation. Listen on Apple Music. Released: Dec 14, 2017. 2017 Sisters of Suffocation under exclusive license to Suburban Records. More By Sisters of Suffocation.
Shapeshifter (Gong album). 1992 studio album by Gong. In episode four in the album Shapeshifter (1992), Zero meets an urban shaman who agrees to take Zero to the next level of awareness on the proviso that Zero spends nine months on an airplane, travelling where he wants but not using money or eating anything other than airline food
For their first album of new material in over 20 years, the real Gong (. one led by Daevid Allen and containing a number of players from the classic '60s-'70s period) offer - well, much of what made them so popular in the first place. There's an impish sense of humor to the lyrics, Gilli Smyth's deeply echoing space whisper, stunning sax and flute work from the criminally underrated Didier Malherbe, and plenty of trademark glissando guitar from Allen himself.