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Hawkwind - X In Search Of Space FLAC
Performer:
Hawkwind
Album:
X In Search Of Space
Style:
Space Rock, Prog Rock, Hard Rock
Released:
Mar 1971
Country:
Japan
Label:
Liberty
Catalog:
LP-80463
FLAC size:
2770 mb
MP3 size:
2892 mb
WMA size:
1320 mb


Tracklist


1Adjust Me
Written-By – Hawkwind
5:58
2We Took The Wrong Step Years Ago
Written-By – Dave Brock
4:56
3You Know You're Only Dreaming
Written-By – Dave Brock
6:47
4Master Of The Universe
Written By – (Nik Turner/Dave Brock)Written-By – Dave Brock, Nik Turner
6:35
5You Shouldn't Do That
Written By – (Dave Brock/Nik Turner)Written-By – Dave Brock, Nik Turner
16:15
6Children Of The Sun
Written By – (Dave Anderson/Nik Turner)Written-By – Dave Anderson , Nik Turner
4:08


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
UAG 29202Hawkwind X In Search Of Space ‎(LP, Album, Gim)United Artists RecordsUAG 29202UK1971
UAG 29202Hawkwind X In Search Of Space ‎(LP, Album, Gim)United Artists RecordsUAG 29202UK1971
UAG 29202Hawkwind X In Search Of Space ‎(LP, Album)United Artists RecordsUAG 29202Israel1971
UAG 29202Hawkwind X In Search Of Space ‎(LP, Album, Gim)United Artists RecordsUAG 29202Italy1971
CDLL-57474Hawkwind X In Search Of Space ‎(CD, Album, RE)One Way Records , CEMA Special MarketsCDLL-57474US1991


Credits


  • Alto Saxophone, Flute, Vocals, Audio GeneratorNik Turner
  • Arranged ByHawkwind
  • Audio GeneratorDik Mik
  • Bass, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar [6string]Dave Anderson
  • Design, Typography, Artwork [Cover & Log Book Concept & Illustration]Barney Bubbles
  • Drums, PercussionTerry Ollis
  • EngineerGeorge Chkiantz
  • Engineer [Assistant]Phil Chapman, Rod Thear, Rufus Cartwright
  • Liner Notes [Log Book]Barney Bubbles, Bob Calvert
  • Mastered ByRAYS
  • Performer [Resident Dancer]Stacia
  • ProducerGeorge Chkiantz, Hawkwind
  • SynthesizerDel Dettmar
  • Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar [6string, 12string], Audio GeneratorDave Brock


Notes


Japan 1st press
single sleeve jacket (2nd press has a gatefold) and comes with totally different obi design


Companies


  • Manufactured By – Toshiba Musical Industries Ltd.


Video



Album


Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей. In Search of Space is the second studio album from Hawkwind, released in 1971. It reached No. 18 on the UK album charts. Bass player John A Harrison left just after recording the first album, replaced by Thomas Crimble who in turn was replaced by Dave Anderson from Amon Düül II for this album, and who in turn would be gone before its release. Electronics player Dik Mik Davies had also temporarily left so the band's live sound engineer Del Dettmar was pulled in as a replacement, whilst Huw Lloyd. In Search Of Space - Hawkwind. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. This is the second studio album and Hawkwind's first chart entry reaching 18 in the UK Album Charts You Shouldn't Do That TurnerBrock - 15:42 You 1971 6 Songs. X In Search of Space. Rock 1971. Ищете треки из альбома In Search Of Space исполнителя Hawkwind Тогда заходите на наш сайт - слушайте музыку онлайн и скачивайте бесплатно. Songs in album Hawkwind - In Search Of Space 1971. Hawkwind - You Shouldn't Do That. Hawkwind - Master Of The Universe. Listen free to Hawkwind X In Search Of Space You Shouldn't Do That, You Know You're Only Dreaming and more. 6 tracks 36:22. In search of space was the album which set Hawkwind on the road to mass appeal. The packaging no doubt helped, complete with a multiple fold out sleeve, plus an excellent booklet entitled The Hawkwind log. Even with all the innovation and rapid progression happening in music in 1971, this album was truly original. In Search of Space is a very good album and I think Hawkwindīs identity is heard more clearly on this album compared to the debut. I still like the debut a bit more though. In Search of Space strengthened Hawkwind's science fiction-type brand of progressive rock, gaining bass player Dave Anderson and galactic poet extraordinaire Rob Calvert, while losing John Harrison at the same time. The album opens with the mind-numbing galactic haze of You Shouldn't Do That, a spooky little 15-minute excursion that warps, throbs, and swirls with Dik Mik's audio generator and the steady drum pace of Terry Ollis. Then comes the ominous whispering of the title, set to the pulsating waves of Dave Brock's guitar and Turner's alto sa