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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2001

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Nile (The Paradogs)
2. Noctis Labyrinthus (The Paradogs)
3. Jetstream (The Paradogs)
4. Squall (The Little Big Men)
5. Tuff On De Street (Ron Tree & Vital Chi)
6. Another Day (Liz Gizzad)
7. Tripping Shipping (Ron Tree)
8. The Auctioneer (Dave Brock)
9. Space Show Biz (Dave Brock)
10. Voice Inside My Head (Dave Brock)
11. Moonbeams On Mars (Dave Brock)
12. Only Time Will Tell
13. Motorway City (Hawkwind '79)

Line-up / Musicians

- "Family Tree" carries on where the Hawkwind Friends and Relations series on Flick - knife Records left off.
- "Family Tree" is a collection of both solo and group efforts.
- ALL the tracks are previously unreleased and are collected here to make a very special compendium.
- "The Family Tree" being a collection of solo works, as performed by the members of the Starship Hawkwind.

Releases information

CD Hawk Records HAWKWVP 13CD 92001)

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HAWKWIND Family Tree ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
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Good, but non-essential (0%)
Collectors/fans only (83%)
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Review by kev rowland
2 stars 'Family Tree' is an album of collected solo works by musicians connected in some way with Hawkwind. There are songs by The Paradogs (Jerry Richards & Alf Hardy), The Little Big Men (Richard Chadwick & Steve Bemand), Ron Tree & Vital Chi, Liz Gizzard, as well as some by Dave Brock. The '79 version of the full band also appears with "Motorway City". There are some surprisingly powerful dance tracks, with powerful keyboards and a pounding beat as well as some totally off the wall stuff which could come from the 'Wind. Some of these songs definitely deserve to hit the clubs, where people have never heard of Hawkwind.

Originally appeared in Feedback #62, May 01

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