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Leave No Star Unturned: Cambridge January 1972
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Double LP on Blue vinyl with gloss laminate sleeve.
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November 16, 2013
Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase
An important archival live recording from early 1972, a period of few live examples (bootleg or official). "Doremi" classic personnel lineup (w/Ollis not King). Lots of psychedelic jamming with Turner honking away, Detmar & Dikmik atmospherics, Calvert poetic space interludes, Brock heavy guitar riffing. Of particular note is Lemmy's bass playing, loud and aggressive as on "Space Ritual." The mixing & mastering engineers have obviously done the best they could with such primitive archival material, but this a record best suited to dedicated Hawkfans who don't mind a muddy and crude recording to experience an exciting early chapter of the band's development.
August 1, 2017
Format: Audio CD
Here's one Hawkwind CD that I was not aware of. Of all the numerous live HW discs available out there - especially - now, I still managed to get some, actually a lot of good from 'Leave No Star Unturned'. Gig took place on January 27, 1972 at the Corn Exchange in Cambridge, UK. Very similar to the much circulated 'Kinetic Playground' bootleg CD but then again, this show was a short time after anyway. Tunes that I couldn't get enough of were the awesome "You Shouldn't Do That", "You Know You're Only Dreaming" (one of my many Hawkwind favorites), "Paranoia", "Silver Machine" and the ass-kicking thirteen-minute encore "Born To Go". Essential personnel (you all know) the drill: Dave Brock, Nik Turner, Lemmy, Dik-Mik, Del Dettmar, Terry Ollis, Robert Calvert and dancer Stacia. An absolute must-have.