You Shouldnt Do That - Hawkwind - Roadhawks (Cassette)

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  • Mirg
    Song Review by Dave Thompson "You Shouldn't Do That" is one of the all-time Hawkwind greats, a massive slab of post-psychedelic paranoia that, in concert, was the cue for upwards of fifteen minutes worth of chanting, whispering and driving riffs and rhythms.
  • Samuran
    The track selection comes from the band’s first five albums, with their debut Hawkwind providing two, the other albums one track each, the selection from In Search of Space being a previously unavailable live version of You Shouldn’t Do That that is Hawkwind doing what they do best, full of energy and drive in full-on space rock mode, recorded in Liverpool on 22 nd December .
  • Mojinn
    This is where I came in with Hawkwind. My old cassette is a bit knackered. So it's great to have it on CD at last. version of 'You Shouldnt Do That' 'Roadhawks' was the first compilation album from Hawkwind, released in , marking the end of their tenure with United Artists/Liberty. Robert Calvert, previously guest poet and sometime.
  • Mokus
    The significant factor in the creation of Roadhawks was the remixing and editing of some tracks by Dave Brock and the inclusion of a previously unreleased live version of You Shouldn't Do That. Housed in a striking sleeve inspired by a Barney Bubbles image, Roadhawks was an indispensable album in Hawkwind's discography of the s/5(9).
  • Zulkitilar
    Nature of the Music. The tracks are mostly in chronological order; "You Shouldn't Do That" was originally released on Hawkwind's second album, In Search of Space. The music was compiled and remixed by Dave Brock and included "Silver Machine" and "Urban Guerilla", which had previously been available only as singles.
  • Gunos
    Feb 24,  · You Shouldn't Do That Artist Hawkwind Album Space Ritual Writers Sleepy John Estes My brother Andy had acquired Roadhawks from a school friend of his called Colin Healy. Taking a liking to the track Space is Deep I went at lunch time with my mates from Abbey Wood School to a record shop in Plumstead called The Twisted Wheel & purchased D.F.L.
  • Shakak
    Housed in a striking sleeve inspired by a Barney Bubbles image, Roadhawks was an indispensable album in Hawkwind’s discography of the s. Long deleted and never released on CD, the reissue has been remastered from the original United Artists tapes and includes a replica Roadhawks poster originally included with the first pressing of the album.
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