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About Gong

What begins as quirky rock with up-tempo grooves and dryly expressive, melodic soliloquies quickly morphs into jazzy rock material with extended sax solos. And if that's not enough stimulation, you'll find mysterious sounding melodies and spoken word passages that sound like David St. Hubbins' introduction to "Stonehenge."

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Listen toGongon Rhapsody

What begins as quirky rock with up-tempo grooves and dryly expressive, melodic soliloquies quickly morphs into jazzy rock material with extended sax solos. And if that's not enough stimulation, you'll find mysterious sounding melodies and spoken word passages that sound like David St. Hubbins' introduction to "Stonehenge."

About Gong

What begins as quirky rock with up-tempo grooves and dryly expressive, melodic soliloquies quickly morphs into jazzy rock material with extended sax solos. And if that's not enough stimulation, you'll find mysterious sounding melodies and spoken word passages that sound like David St. Hubbins' introduction to "Stonehenge."

About Gong

What begins as quirky rock with up-tempo grooves and dryly expressive, melodic soliloquies quickly morphs into jazzy rock material with extended sax solos. And if that's not enough stimulation, you'll find mysterious sounding melodies and spoken word passages that sound like David St. Hubbins' introduction to "Stonehenge."