Album artwork for Hawkwind by Hawkwind

'Hawkwind' is the self-titled debut album by Hawkwind, released in 1970, originally on Liberty Records. This album is historic since it is one of the first space rock LPs. It's a charming sounding album with much good music, particularly their three earliest near-signature numbers, the cheerful acoustic tapper 'Hurry On Sundown,' the stark surreal sonic wash of 'Paranoia,' and the spry jam, 'Be Yourself,' highlighted by reedman Nik Turner's half-Ayler, half-King Curtis saxophone squonk and guitarist Dave Brock's piercingly melodious break, both over a taut rhythm section and keyboardsman Dik Mik Davies's tastefully understated electronica.

Hawkwind

Hawkwind

Rhino
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Album artwork for Hawkwind by Hawkwind
LP

£28.99

Released 18/04/2015Catalogue Number

MOVLP1702

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Album artwork for Hawkwind by Hawkwind
CD

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Released 01/01/2019Catalogue Number

0724353002824

Hawkwind

Hawkwind

Rhino
Album artwork for Album artwork for Hawkwind by Hawkwind by Hawkwind - Hawkwind
Album artwork for Hawkwind by Hawkwind
LP

£28.99

Released 18/04/2015Catalogue Number

MOVLP1702

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Hawkwind by Hawkwind
CD

£6.99

Released 01/01/2019Catalogue Number

0724353002824

'Hawkwind' is the self-titled debut album by Hawkwind, released in 1970, originally on Liberty Records. This album is historic since it is one of the first space rock LPs. It's a charming sounding album with much good music, particularly their three earliest near-signature numbers, the cheerful acoustic tapper 'Hurry On Sundown,' the stark surreal sonic wash of 'Paranoia,' and the spry jam, 'Be Yourself,' highlighted by reedman Nik Turner's half-Ayler, half-King Curtis saxophone squonk and guitarist Dave Brock's piercingly melodious break, both over a taut rhythm section and keyboardsman Dik Mik Davies's tastefully understated electronica.