DPROMDLP88 sleeve

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DPROMDLP88 Blue vinyl

Double Blue Vinyl LP

£18.00

2 LP set recorded on 27th January 1972, at The Cambridge Corn Exchange at the The Six Hour Technicolor Dream happening.
Featuring among the Hawkwind ranks here are their ever-present figurehead and Hawklord, Dave Brock, Lemmy, space poet and lyricist Robert Calvert, and the freewheeling, improvisational and theatrical heart of the band, Nik Turner. There’s an early version of ‘Silver Machine’ featuring Robert Calvert (the song’s co-writer alongside Brock) on vocals. There’s only the second known live recording of ‘Born To Go’, blistering versions of ‘Master Of The Universe’ and ‘You Shouldn’t Do That’, and a contrastingly spacious and spacey rendition of ‘You Know You’re Only Dreaming’. This is Hawkwind building to a crescendo on stage and off – building up the myth and legend that would make them the embodiment of tripped-out space rock in perpetuity.
The set is packaged in a beautiful gatefold sleeve and is available in either virgin 180g black vinyl, or blue vinyl. Sleeve notes are written by Hawkwind biographer. Ian Abrahams. Ltd stock.