Superbly produced 3-CD expanded reissue of the legendary Greasy Truckers Party - of the first one that took place on February 13, 1972 at the London Roundhouse. Disc one is the complete set by Man, which is a fine audio document of the show although it's pretty similar to their live 'Padget Rooms' disc. Disc two is the one and only space rock pioneers Hawkwind with their (then) ground-breaking performance for the head-swirling "You Shouldn't Do That", "Paranoia" (off the band's 1970 first lp), Bob Calvert's top-of-the-line recital "Earth Calling", their only million-seller "Silver Machine", "Born To Go" and one of Nik Turner's true mile stones - a jamming version of "Brainstorm". If you automatically assume you might not want this 3-CD box set because you already own copies of 'Space Ritual', 'Empire Pool Wembley' and '1999 Party-Live At Chicago Auditorium' - think again! If you're a Hawkwind completist like I (sort of) am you're going to want this show because it appears to have different instrumentations, various arrangements, etc. Disc three is Brinsley Schwarz - featuring Nick Lowe (Graham Parker, Rockpile) playing their usual set of British pub rock. For some reason(s), I could never get too much into this band. Nonetheless, this 3-CD box set is a M-U-S-T have. Look around enough and you should be able to find it at a very affordable price.