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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 27, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Parlophone
  • ASIN: B00005MCX1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #96,460 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Mike Reed VINE VOICE on February 17, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Remember, now this isn't the lp's first CD pressing on the One Way label; it's the lp's second reissue on the UK import EMI that comes with four (4) bonus cuts. First put out in 1972 as this was the space rock king's third mind-melting album. It's the first record to feature both bassist Lemmy and drummer Simon King (who actually stuck around for awhile). If there are any new Hawkwind fans out there, this reissue is one of the first titles you should hunt down a copy of. One big reason, 'Doremi Fasol Latido' has the original versions of some of Hawkwind's standards that EVEN to this very day stands the test of time and continues to draw in new listeners whenever they get played on one of those 'community-funded' radio stations where the DJ plays whatever they want. Cuts like "Brainstorm", the galactic brain damaging "Space Is Deep" (first time I heard this tune, I went out of my mind-thought I died for a few minutes and went to space rock heaven) and "Time We Left This World Today". An absolute 110% must-have.
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Arguably the HEAVIEST rock album of all time. Hawkwind's "Doremi" succeeds both as heavy metal and spacerock in equal measure. Lemmy Kilmister's rumbling bass lines are augmented by D. Brock's fuzzed and wahhed electric guitars as thunderous drums keep the tribal beat going. Certainly, the feedback-drenched sequeway from "Brainstorm" into "Space Is Deep" qualifies as rock's most audacious song intro (-the sonic equivalent of the sky being torn in two! ). "Space Is Deep" being another strong point-combining twittering audio-generators with hamfisted acoustic guitar work. "Time We Left This World Today" could've been done by primitive Amazonian tribesmen wielding Telecasters and forests of 100-watt Marshall stacks. The song's roto-rhythmic riffs and are orgasmically entrancing. Overall a tour-de-force for the heavyhanded spacerock enthusiast. Those liking "Space Ritual" will love "Doremi" ( -the album is in-fact cited as a major inspiration for Star Tribe's music ). Play this one LOUD!
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For review number 200 on Amazon (do I get a prize or something?), I thought I'd write a review for an album by one of my all time favorite bands.......Hawkwind!!! My brother John originally bought this on vinyl sometime around 1980, and my biggest memory of it was the story that appears on the back cover, which has Hawkwind and it's road crew as super heroes who were called upon to fight evil on distant planets and/or universes, or something like that! When I finally bought Doremi on CD in 1991 (on ONE WAY RECORDS, whose version did not include the story), I was initially not overwhelmed by how GOOD this album was, but how LOUD it was. As a matter of anti-fiction, I first thought that other than the song 'Space is Deep' that this album was horrible! After a another listen or two, however, I grew to love this album.

As stated earlier, this is an extremely LOUD album, with much emphasis on drums and bass guitar. This was the 'Winds first album with drummer Simon King and bassist Lemmy, the band's tighest and heaviest rhythm section up to that point (and maybe their heaviest rhythm section ever). This album and Space Ritual were Hawkwind's first two (or maybe only two) heavy metal albums. Lemmy was a great addition to the band..not only was he a great bass player, he could also write songs, play guitar and sing...if you consider what Lemmy does singing, that is! Given all this, it is pretty odd that Lemmy provides the album with it's most quiet and laid back song, with the acoustic guitar ballad 'The Watcher'. Personally, I prefer the version of this song that would later appear on Motorhead's On Parole album. Synthesizer and audio generator player Del Dettmar provides the album's other truly quiet moment, the 49 second synthesizer and piano instrumental ' One Change '.
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"Standing on the runway, waiting to take off, you gotta help me, help me to shake off... this body and mind..."

The Line Up:

* Dave Brock - 6 and 12 string acoustic guitar, electric guitar, vocals
* Nik Turner - saxophone, flute, vocals
* Lemmy (Ian Kilmister) - bass guitar, acoustic guitar and vocals on "Space Is Deep" and "The Watcher"
* Dik Mik (Michael Davies) - Synthesizer
* Del Dettmar - Synthesizer
* Simon King - drums
* Robert Calvert - vocals on "Urban Guerilla" and "Ejection"
* Paul Rudolph - guitars on "Ejection"

Notes:

I'll begin by noting that at the time, the members complained about how poorly the record was recorded: muddy and washed out and tinny. And on the 1991 mastering, the record sounds terrible.

But the version available to today comes from 1996, and the engineer did a wonderful job at making a silk purse out of a sow's ear. The sound is vastly improved on the '96 version, and there is absolutely no trace of the 'loudness war'. While they probably could do an even better job with today's technology, the '96 is still excellent and very satisfying despite the dreadful recording. However, the bulk of the material appears on "The Space Ritual" in a much better form. "Space Ritual" is a double live album that came out in '73, and is possibly the greatest live album ever released.

The Songs:

"Brainstorm" is a space rock classic. It's a driving compelling 11 minute jam. And Lemmy provides driving runs and power chords with his bass. As Lemmy has noted, he doesn't play the bass like a bass player, but a deep guitarist. And you can't miss his backing vocals.

"Space is Deep" is done as an acoustic version here.
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