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Live 1990 Double CD, Import

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  • Audio CD (3 Jun. 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Double CD, Import
  • Label: Hawk
  • ASIN: B0000659OV
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 223,157 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Karnac Intro
2. Angels of Death
3. Void Of Golden Light
4. Ejection
5. Wings
6. Out of the Shadows
7. Snake Dance
8. Night Of The Hawks
9. The 7th Star
10. TV Suicide
Disc: 2
1. Back In The Box
2. Assassins Of Allah
3. Images
4. Lives Of Great Men
5. Void Of Golden Light
6. Out of the Shadows
7. Snake Dance
8. Night Of The Hawks
9. The 7th Star
10. Back In The Box
See all 15 tracks on this disc

Product Description

Product Description

This long awaited release includes some brilliant material from 1990. Not only does this double CD contain the whole Nottingham 1990 show but also a unique tv broadcast.

Hawkwind made the rare TV appearance on a music show called "Bedrock". It was a strange affair, as although it was filmed live the set was interrupted a few times for the Bedrock team to make adjustments. Equally as strange, was that the lighting levels were unusually high (for a Hawkwind concert at least), this was so that viewers had something to watch, as the show was to be screened across all the ITV regions. Hawkwind's screen projections, because of the high lighting levels, had to be filmed the following day, and placed over the footage. The show was a real stormer. For the first time it was possible to see the band clearly, rather than shadowy figures on stage. Bridgett Wishart (Hippy Slags) guested on vocals. Shortly after the TV event Simon House left the band and Bridgett Wishart, who'd been guesting with the band for some months, joined on a full-time basis. Bridgett was the first female vocalist for Hawkwind.

Packed with great pictures and sleeve notes full of anecdotes this long awaited release will be in great demand. Hawkwind continue to keep their profile high with extensive Tours adding to their fan base continuously.

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 7 Aug. 2002
Format: Audio CD
The real highlights of this double cd are the tracks from the Bedrock tv session from early 1990. Tracks such as Lives of Great Men/Golden Void and Night of the Hawks are some of the best Hawkwind live tracks available. The rest of the show is pretty impressive too.
The remainder of the tracks are taken from a tour at a similar time, though they do not reach the same standard.
Overall a cd you ought to own, for the Bedrock numbers alone.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By I. M. Gould on 24 Sept. 2008
Format: Audio CD
Apart from 'Back in the box', this is a top notch live album. Although the Electronics are a great part, showing signs of what was to come, at this point they don't overpower. Guitar, drums and violin are alive and kicking. There is enough of Hawkwind for any Hawk fan to enjoy. I haven't heard much of Bridgett Wishart, but personally I can't see why they didn't let her sing more. A punk voice that can, at times, sound haunting. I mention 'Back in the box' because it is included in two different versions. I am sure I will grow to love it but I find myself irritated by it. Personal preference maybe. Anyway, this double album is great value for money and an excellent addition to that treasure trove of Hawkwind.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Loaded Live Archival of Strong Hawkwind Period 26 Nov. 2002
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Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Live at Nottingham presents a good review of music from the period which produced some of their best musical sounds. Nottingham would be a 5 star rating 1) if sound quality were a bit stronger (it's not bad - and better than Glastonberry) and 2) if it weren't for the apparent absence of Simon House on the first CD (as best I can tell). Of course, they can survive without him (I prefer him in the line-up), but they did not seem to even re-orchestrate to fill in the missing overtones that his electric violin provides. The keyboards do not go the extra step, nor do the guitars. Still it is a powerful set. He returns on the second CD filling the wall of sound, though it is a somewhat less consistent patch of songs. In all, the two CDs give upwards of 2.5 hours of strong Hawkwind music with good rhythm and resolves, worthy of endless loop play. If you want the top production in this period get the Live Legends DVD.
Hawkwind - 'Live 1990' (Hawkwind Records) 4 1/2 stars 5 Jan. 2012
By Mike Reed - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Forgot I even had this must-have live Hawkwind title. Both disc one and disc two have a different 1990 gig. Disc 1 - recorded at De Montford Hall in Leicester on November 5, 1990 - believe I like this CD the best with twelve songs - so refreshing to hear the awesome "Angels Of Death", the power-packed "Ejection", "Snake Dance", the classic "Night Of The Hawks", "The 7th Star" and "Assassins Of Allah" [freaking just LOVE this song]. Disc 2 - recorded in Nottingham in January, 1990 - is also very good - with it's full-throttled space rocking fifteen tunes intact. Thoroughly enjoyed "Lives Of Great Men", "Void of Golden Light", "Utopia" and (almost worth the price of admission alone) "Damnation Alley, Parts 1 & 2". Line-up: Dave Brock - guitar, synthesizer & vocals, Alan Davey - bass, synthesizer & vocals, Harvey Bainbridge - synthesizer & vocals, Simon House - violin, Richard Chadwick - drums and Bridgette Wishart - vocals. Essential.
Five Stars 23 May 2015
By Pat - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Classic Dave and crew great recording must have for any Hawkwind fan
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