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3.96 | 9 ratings | 1 reviews | 11% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2020

Songs / Tracks Listing

CD 1 (58:39)
1. Motorway City (6:29)
2. Flesh Fondue (8:58)
3. Last Man on Earth (4:51)
4. Space Is Dark (3:18)
5. Born to Go (10:45)
6. 65 Million Years Ago (4:56)
7. In the Beginning (2:22)
8. Spirit of the Age (7:37)
9. The Fantasy of Faladum (9:23)

CD 2 (48:55)
1. The Watcher (6:00)
2. Silver Machine (4:47)
3. Assault and Battery (2:37)
4. Golden Void (6:06)
5. The Right to Decide (9:54)
6. Accolade (1:45)
7. Hurry on Sundown (7:15)
8. Master of the Universe (8:34)
9. Welcome to the Future (1:57)

Total Time 107:34

Line-up / Musicians

- Niall Hone / bass, synth
- Richard Chadwick / drums, vocals
- Tim Blake / theremin, other [axe]
- Magnus Martin / vocals, guitar, keyboards
- Dave Brock / vocals, lead guitar, keyboards, synth

- Phil Campbell / guitar (CD2:1)

Releases information

Cherry Red Records Ltd.

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HAWKWIND 50 LIVE ratings distribution

(9 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(11%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(78%)
Good, but non-essential (0%)
Collectors/fans only (11%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

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Review by Warthur
4 stars Yet another Hawkwind live album, this time from their 50th Anniversary tour (!). There's a fair few picks from All Aboard the Skylark, their then-latest studio album, and is often the case the new material came across much better live than it did in the studio - consider how The Business Trip live album shone a new light on the material from It Is The Business of the Future To Be Dangerous, or how Alien 4 was overshadowed by Love In Space (or, for that matter, how Space Ritual really took the material of Doremi Fasol Latido to the next level). As for the classic material, the present lineup gives it some fantastic renditions.

Not a classic on the level of their absolute best live albums - but when you are dealing with a live band of the calibre of Hawkwind whose back catalogue includes releases like Space Ritual, you can be a damn good live album and still not hit the top tier, and that's the case here.

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