......Unable to escape from the rest home for terminal hippies and sonic attack victims to which the captain banished them years ago, they enact plan B which is to outwit themselves and the audience by putting on a retro cosmic pantomime circa 1972, spacewarped to shrewsbury buttermarket 2004. Wish i`d gone (Shrewsbury being my home town), but i didn`t, and judging by this dvd i missed out on a crazy gig. After a slowish start they get into their stride with a superb "born to go " which is better than the hawkwind space ritual version. "d-rider" and "children of the sun" also excel as a result of the energy, musicianship and atmosphere created.Nik Turner`s voice, sax, and especially,flute all shine brightly. the rest of the band kick up a relaxed but tight groove with good lead guitar work from mick slattery and THAT "in search of space" sound from dave anderson and terry ollis on bass and drums respectively. special mention must be given to backing singer/percussionist Jacky Windmill who wails away like the soprano that joe meek used to use on his productions. All good stuff. If you are a big fan of the early hawkwind vibe with a bit of osric tentacles and early porcupine tree( not to mention the magic mushroom band) thrown in for good measure then you will find a good deal to enjoy here.I should have gone.