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Pioneers of Space
Review by Gary Hill
Alan Davey is the man who is most responsible for Hawkestrel. It's basically his baby.

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SpaceXmas
Review by Gary Hill
This was released last year, but I got it too late to review it in our December issue. So, I've been holding it until this one.

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The Future Is Us
Review by Gary Hill
The quick story is that this is an album with a lot of Hawkwind alums providing their talents. The longer tale is that it was assembled by Alan Davey with various parts coming from sessions recorded over the years.

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Alan Davey's Psychedelic Warlords - Captain Lockheed & The Starfighters Live
Review by Gary Hill

Captain Lockheed and the Starfighters is a 1974 album from Robert Calvert. Calvert was best known for his time with Hawkwind, and the album included appearances from quite a few Hawkwind members including Dave Brock, Nik Turner and Lemmy Kilmister.


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Hawkwind - Dust of Time - 1969-2021 (2 CD Edition)
Review by Gary Hill
Without question, Hawkwind is one of my all-time favorite bands. So, I can't possibly review any Hawkwind release without that bias coming into it.

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Alan Davey's Psychedelic Warlords - Hall Of The Mountain Grill Live (London 2014)
Review by Gary Hill

Alan Davey served as the bass player in Hawkwind for many years. In 2014 he did some gigs with a band called "Psychedelic Warlords."


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Headcat 13 - Headcat 13
Review by Gary Hill

Headcat 13 is a new band, but in some ways it isn't. The band HeadCat consisted of Lemmy Kilmister (Motörhead), Slim Jim Phantom (The Stray Cats) and rockabilly legend Danny B. Harvey (Rockats).


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