NTSC/Region 0. Two disc set including bonus CD. Having made his name with Gong, Steve Hillage has been active for more than 40 years as a performer, composer and producer. This release features his 1977 performance on Rockpalast, focusing on highlights from his first two solo albums, FISH RISING and L. The seven-piece band line-up also appeared on the acclaimed LIVE HERALD set, and includes ex-Jethro Tull drummer Clive Bunker and the appropriately named Colin Bass (later of Camel). Highlights include 'Solar Musick Suite' - still regarded by many as one of the finest examples of Hillage's solo work - and versions of George Harrison's 'It's All Too Much' and Donovan's 'Hurdy Gurdy Man'. By 1980, Steve Hillage withdrew from performing and recording, moving instead into production (Simple Minds, It Bites, the Charlatans, Tony Banks and others), so this is a rare document of his early solo years. Repertoire.