Recorded on 28 May 1977 at the Hippodrome in Paris and released the same year via Tapioca Records, Gong Gong
est Mort, Vive Gong (Gong is Dead, Long Live Gong)' is the double live album by one of the greatest psychedelic rock
band of all time. This one-off show marks the reunion of the group founded ten years before by the legendary Daevid Allen
(1938-2015), artist, poet, musician and former visionary co-leader of the seminal Soft Machine band. These 76 minutes include some of the band's highest achievements: songs included in The Radio Gnome Invisible Trilogy (Flying Post, Angel's Egg and You)' and Camembert Electrique' albums contribute to shape Gong's sonic cosmology, foundational to a boundary-crashing music style between jazz and space rock.