Hawkwind - Kinetic Playground mp3 album
Album Name Live at the Kinetic Playground. Labels Lonely Wolf Records. Music StyleHeavy Rock. Members owning this album0. Recorded live at the Birmingham's Kinetic Playground, Birmingham, United Kingdom, 03/12/1971. 1. Technicians of Spaceship Earth. 2. You Shouldn't Do That. 3. You Know You're Only Dreaming. 4. Master of the Universe.
Hawkwind is the self-titled debut album by Hawkwind, released in 1970, originally on Liberty Records, later reissued on Sunset Records. This album is historic since it is one of the first space rock LPs. The Pretty Things guitarist Dick Taylor, who was looking for a new venture after leaving the band, was pulled into Hawkwind playing some gigs and producing this album. After several unsuccessful attempts to capture the band's sound in the studio, it was decided simply to record it live in the studio.
Kinetic Playground are Andy McKechnie (guitars, vocals) (Jay) Justin Litchfield (bass) and (DJ) D. Johnson (drums, vocals) Tracks 4-6 written by McKechnie Track 1 Track 2 Johnson/Litchfield Track 3 McKechnie/Johnson Logo concept by Andy Mckechnie. Layout design + artwork by Gavin Klose Design. Front Illustration by Dan Tomkins. Matrix, Runout: MADE BY PMI KPCD001 Mastering SID Code: IFPI L282.
true classic Hawkwind in great sound quality for the age. very nice thanks again StuArt. Led Zeppelin - Kinetic Circus "17-11-1971". Lossy Audio Bootlegs. 05-06-2008 08:12 PM. Hawkwind 06/10/78.
Kinetic Playground - February 7, 1969. Second set includes: White Summer ~ Black Mountainside, Babe I'm Gonna Leave You (incl lyrics from The Time I Get To Phoenix), You Shook Me (w/ JPJ on organ), As Long As I Have You (incl. were jazz, blues, and rock combined in a way I'd never heard before; rushed out and bought their 1st album the next day - loved their drummer and guitarist. Kinetic Playground 1969. May 9, 2010 - 7:13am - karen lynch (not verified). I will neverforget all of the great times I had at the playground.
This album was the very first release of the band and recording for it was started only a few months after the band’s, rather disastrous, first live appearance. It must be said that for an outfit that just months before had no set songs to play, (And indeed not even a name), and was only able to deliver a highly chaotic jammed version of a then popular song by another artist, it was rather a tour the force to get the album ready in the first place. But these two Hawkwind experiments clearly prove that Kraut should better be left to the Germans. Had it not been for the sixth track of the album, the lengthy Seeing it as You Really Are, the band would have run a serious risk of sinking into oblivion after just one release. This is indeed a real beauty, with varying theme’s and tempo’s and with the later so characteristic Hawkwind sound already faintly visible above the horizon.
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