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Top Daevid Allen Albums
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Studio Rehearsal Tapes 1977 & Live in the U.K.
Studio Rehearsal Tapes 1977 & Live in the U.K.
[2014]
Twelve Selves
Twelve Selves
[2014]
Bananamoon Obscura No. 9: Divided Alien Playbax, Pt. 2 (Live at the Mistake in Cleveland)
Bananamoon Obscura No. 9: Divided Alien Playbax, Pt. 2 (Live at the Mistake in Cleveland)
[2013]
Bananamoon Obscura No. 14: Radio Art 1984
Bananamoon Obscura No. 14: Radio Art 1984
[2013]
Gentle Genie
Gentle Genie
[2012]
Soundbites 4 tha reVelation
Soundbites 4 tha reVelation
[2011]
Zero Live
Zero Live
[2006]
Solo At The Axiom
Solo At The Axiom
[2006]
Bananamoon Obscura No. 13, Altered States of Alien Kwisp
Bananamoon Obscura No. 13, Altered States of Alien Kwisp
[2006]
Bananamoon Obscura No. 11, Magick Brothers
Bananamoon Obscura No. 11, Magick Brothers
[2006]
Daevid Allen's O Man You
Daevid Allen's O Man You
[2006]
Now Is The Happiest Time Of Our Life
Now Is The Happiest Time Of Our Life
[2006]
Weird Biscuit....
Weird Biscuit....
[2005]
Gentle Genie - Selected Songs 1985-99
Gentle Genie - Selected Songs 1985-99
[2004]
Bananamoon Obscura No. 8 - Divided Alien Playbax (Disc 1) [Live At the Mistake In Cleveland]
Bananamoon Obscura No. 8 - Divided Alien Playbax (Disc 1) [Live At the Mistake In Cleveland]
[2004]
Live In Chicago
Live In Chicago
[2004]
Bananamoon Obscura No. 3 - Self Initiation
Bananamoon Obscura No. 3 - Self Initiation
[2004]
Australia Aquaria
Australia Aquaria
[2001]
Dividedalienplaybax80
Dividedalienplaybax80
[1995]
The Death of Rock & Other Entrances
The Death of Rock & Other Entrances
[1992]
Now Is the Happiest Time of Your Life
Now Is the Happiest Time of Your Life
[1977]
Banana Moon (Original)
Banana Moon (Original)
[1971]
Related Daevid Allen Links Official page Daevid Allen wiki
Related Information for Daevid Allen Daevid Allen (born Christopher David Allen on 13 January 1938 in Melbourne, Australia; died on 13 March 2015) was an Australian poet, guitarist, singer, composer and performance artist. He was one of the founders of the British progressive rock band Soft Machine in 1966. After recording just one album with the group, he became the founder/leader of Gong, which he left in 1973 to begin a solo career (though his first solo album, Banana Moon, was released in 1971 while he was still in the g.. read more