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Robert Calvert
CD Reviews
Captain Lockheed and the Starfighters
Review by Gary Hill
This Robert Calvert disc is, in many ways, a lost Hawkwind album.

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Lucky Leif and the Longships
Review by Gary Hill
Lucky Leif and the Longships was the follow up to Robert Calvert’s Captain Lockheed and the Starfighters. 

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Lucky Leif and the Longships (Remastered)
Review by Gary Hill
So, this is the newly remastered version of the second solo album from Robert Calvert.

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Revenge
Review by Gary Hill
This disc by the late Calvert appears to be a compilation of various demos. The music on the disc, with the exception of one track, does not really resemble his Hawkwind work at all.
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Hawkwind - Sonic Assassins
Review by Gary Hill
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Hawkwind - Space Ritual Collectors Edition CD / DVD
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Hawkwind - Space Ritual Volume II
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Hawkwind - Spirit of the Age Solstice Remixes
Review by Gary Hill
Here we have an EP from Hawkwind that includes four different mixes of the same piece, that being “Spirit of the Age” which originated on Quark Strangeness and Charm.
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Hawkwind - The Charisma Years 1976-1979
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