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Holy Magick / We Put Our Magick On You


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  • Audio CD (8 Dec. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: BGO Records
  • ASIN: B00003CWJ2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 116,870 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Meditation Aumgu
2. Qabalistic Cross
3. Word Of The Aeon
4. Invocation To The Light
5. Pentagram Ritual
6. Qabalistic Cross (2)
7. Hymn Of Praise
8. Gates To The City
9. Holy Words Iao Sabao
10. Aquarius Mantra
11. Enochian
12. Abrahadabra The Word Of The Aeon
13. Praise City Of Light
14. Qabalistic Cross Aumgu
15. Return Of Arthur
16. Magician
17. Judgement
18. My Archangel Mickael
19. Forbidden Fruit, Pt. 1
20. Moving Towards the Light
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By bobobob5 on 14 Nov. 1999
Format: Audio CD
These two albums from the start of the Seventies have Graham's mystical beliefs and interests as their theme. Virtually ignored at the time af their release they can now be seen as far ahead of their time, especially now that 'New Age' interests have become mainstream. Graham combines his unique hard-rock sound with songs based on magic, religion, King Arthur, reincarnation, Ancient Egypt and the need for people to work together. The first side of the 'Holy Magick' CD is one continuous track, in which Graham invokes protective mystical forces, using a hypnotic rhythm. There is no other record quite like it. Excellent musicians support Graham on these albums, including his wife Diane Stewart. There are some excellent songs here. Graham would surely be pleased that this release makes his message generally available once again, just in time for the millennium.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Right Reverend on 8 Oct. 2012
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Even given Graham Bond's sometimes complex and idiosyncratic character, you always felt an urge for a willingness to see him succeed in the music business in whatever venture he was involved in.I have not heard the album ' We Put A Magick On You ' for donkeys years but with a doubt it contains some of his best work and is a real treat.The feel and style of many of the songs sound as though they could have been carried over to his future collaboration work with Pete Brown ( Bond and Brown ) on the excellent and underrated album ' Two Heads Are Better Than One '.' Holy Magick ' is a lengthy improvisational piece but none the less an interesting one for fans of the man.In fact the writer Harry Shapiro, who writes in the sleeve notes , equates it to ' a magical ritual done in the Ray Charles mode .. a bit like hearing a rap version of the Lords Prayer ' and he also goes on to say that ' although there is a lack of memorable songs the album was not the unmitigated disaster it should have been '.Anyone who can ultimately define Graham Bond, whether it be his interest in the occult or his drug problem, the main thing is that he left us all with some fascinating and individual music and some fine work and albums, like these, to remember him and his exceptional musicianship by.
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Pretty average by Bond's standards. 'Holy Magick' is pretty dull. Some decent playing in parts I suppose. 'We Put' has some average songs and some ropey lyrics. 12 Gates is a far inferior version to the Airforce one.

I much prefer 'Two Heads' or 'Law'.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
The Return Of the Wizard! 12 Jan. 2000
By Anthony - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Graham Bond died in May of 1974 and it seemed the world of music forgot about one of the most interesting and legendary artists to come out of the early 60's music scene. Graham was multi-talented, mastering the alto sax, piano and the organ. His vocals and phrasing are truely one of a kind. Graham experimented with various forms of R & B but these particular albums are totally spiritual and mystical. Check out "The Magician" , "Moving Towards the Light" and "Time to Die". Some of the most moving pieces of music I've ever heard. Graham was experimeting with a form of new age music long before anyone had ever even tried to. If only "Love is the Law", another one of Graham's albums could be released then I can finally have a chance to blend all these great works together and be very happy.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
The lyrics ruin it, but the music is excellent! 19 May 2003
By Shawn Sutherland - Published on Amazon.com
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This is unquestionably some of the coolest and most original music that I've ever heard in my life. (So original, in fact, that I can't think of anything comparable - except to say that it's jazz-fusion-rock with a heavy emphasis on the jazz element...steps beyond The Graham Bond Organization.) At times this music is breathtaking. As for the lyrics, though, as one can tell from the song titles, yes, they're rather occult/new age-oriented...and...well...one often wishes that these were instrumental albums!

I do have to agree with the one reviewer and say that "Moving Towards the Light" and "Time to Die" are incredible works!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Excellent album 5 Feb. 2008
By Craig Dickson - Published on Amazon.com
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These two albums are very different from the strongly Ray Charles-influenced sound of Bond's mid-'60s recordings with the Graham Bond Organisation, closer to a sort of progressive jazz-rock, but more restrained than that suggests. Some people dislike these records simply because they are different from the GBO, and some dislike them because of the occult orientation of the lyrics (based on Bond's study of the work of Aleister Crowley, whose "Book of the Law" describes the star on the front cover of "We Put Our Magick On You": "The Five Pointed Star, with a Circle in the Middle, & the circle is Red"). Granted, the Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram is not exactly hit-parade material, but the album is still very strong musically and is worth hearing. There's nothing else quite like it.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The Return Of the Wizard! 12 Jan. 2000
By Anthony - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Graham Bond died in May of 1974 and it seemed the world of music forgot about one of the most interesting and legendary artists to come out of the early 60's music scene. Graham was multi-talented, mastering the alto sax, piano and the organ. His vocals and phrasing are truely one of a kind. Graham experimented with various forms of R & B but these particular albums are totally spiritual and mystical. Check out "The Magician" , "Moving Towards the Light" and "Time to Die". Some of the most moving pieces of music I've ever heard. Graham was experimeting with a form of new age music long before anyone had ever even tried to. If only "Love is the Law", another one of Graham's albums could be released then I can finally have a chance to blend all these great works together and be very happy.
Mad genius. 21 Jan. 2013
By GB - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Very much in the realm of great Brit eccentrics that deserve a lot more recognition than they got. So many great musos learnt so much from this man so give it a try.
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