Music

Album Cover
Live-O-Graphic
The Galileo 7
FPLP002
Released: Nov 30, 2016
Label: Fools Paradise
Track Listing
1 Never go back
2 Not gonna miss you
3 Orangery Lane
4 Cruel bird (vinyl only)
5 My cover is blown
6 Don't know what I'm waiting for
7 Anne Hedonia
8 Nowhere people
9 Nobody told you
10 Don't follow me
11 Modern love affair
12 Don't fly too high

Liner Notes

The 4th album by Allan's other band, The Galileo 7. Ten revved up, incendiary, ‘nearly live’ versions of previously released songs... vinyl version has two extra tracks not featured on the CD!

Find out more at www.thegalileo7.co.uk

During the recording of the 'Cruel Bird/Nowhere People’ 45 (State Records THS—023), the band played a couple of older songs to warm up - and knew immediately that they had to commit the rest of their live set to tape for posterity. These versions crackle with almost uncontainable energy, and outstrip the originals for verve and intensity. The one-take vocals and harmonies were added later in a similarly pressured and time-limited session to preserve the intense feel of the tracking session. The result is this red hot ‘Live-O-Graphic’ sampler of some of The Galileo 7’s best songs!

Press:

"We've had the pleasure of featuring releases from The Galileo 7 in the past on Harmonic Distortion - Their False Memory Lane LP from 2014 and last year's 7” on State records 'One Lie At ATime'. Good to know then that the band are as busy as ever. To coincide with their recent French tour the band have released a blistering “nearly live” LP entitled The Live-O-Graphic Sessions. The 10 tracks give you an alternative “best of” and offer a taste of what the band sound like live. And that's pretty darn tasty!

Spontaneously recorded in the space of an hour with the help of Jon Barker (The Senior Service) at his ad-hoc studio set up amidst his lithographic printing press premises, the album is less soft-psych than their previous studio outings and back in touch with their garage band roots. Power-pop melodies and harmonies backed up with drumming set to the rarely heard Keith Moon energy level. The VU meters must have been working overtime, with the songs gaining extra brio and brashness as a result. Recommended." Harmonic Distortion