This music was created for the Festival for Mind, Body and Spirit in London, April 1979, which I was lucky enough to attend.
At the festival was a "rainbow dome" containing a coloured lightshow and water fountain, if I recall. I had the pleasure of meeting Steve, and came away with a signed copy, in clear vinyl, for a mere £2.99!
Alas the copy sounds quite poor now, and compared with today's CD's sounds quite distorted.
As for the music.... There are only 2 tracks - one on each side of the original vinyl.
"Garden of Paradise" consists of lots of tinkling, spacey arpeggiated synth sounds. Steve actually plays a Fender Rhodes, and seemingly little guitar.
Waves and waves of synth sound roll in, and the music slowly develops. To be honest, its great music for going to sleep, or in a trance.
"Four ever Rainbow" starts with Tibetan bells and slow sweeping synths. Steves trademark echo guitar is heard, and about half way through a sublime riff emerges on spacey guitar. Its not like Gong however, and to be frank I don't think its one of his best.
Miquette seems to do all the work, and all credit to her, as the 1970's synths sound great.
Still I treasure the autographed LP I have, but very rarely play. Now as for "Fish Rising" - that's a different matter!