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Arzachel (Uriel)

Arzachel (Uriel)
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Uriel was an English psychedelic / blues band formed in 1968, consisting of Steve Hillage (guitar, vocals), Dave Stewart (organ), Clive Brooks (drums), and Mont Campbell (bass, vocals). The band produced their sole album under the name Arzachel in June 1969, but the musicians continued to work together in other configurations, notably Egg and Khan.
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Steve Hillage — Searching for the Spark Steve Hillage — Searching for the Spark
(Madfish SMABX1045, 1991/2016, 22CD)
Arzachel — Arzachel Arzachel — Arzachel
(Akarma AK 184, 1969/2002, CD)

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