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Here and Now
Country
England
Profile
The very first "throwing" of Here & Now lasted from Spring in 1974 until the Windsor Free Festival in August the same year. We used the name "Here-Now" partly because the floating membership policy meant that whoever was here now was in the band
Website
http://herenow.be
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Daevid Allen with Planet Gong — Opium for the People Daevid Allen with Planet Gong — Opium for the People
(Charly Records CYX 202, 1982, 10" EP)
Here and Now — Give and Take Here and Now — Give and Take
(Tin Toy TTCD 015, 1978/2001, CD)

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