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Doremi Fasol Latido by Hawkwind

Album

Doremi Fasol Latido

Hawkwind

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Album

Doremi Fasol Latido

Hawkwind

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Label: Parlophone UK
With the arrival of future metal icon Lemmy Kilmister on bass and less "jazzy" drummer Simon King, Hawkwind's sound became noticeably heavier with this 1972 album. Self-taught (with no previous experience), Kilmister adds a rough-edged chunkiness to the proceedings, not necessarily grounding the high-flying guitars of Dave Brock and tripped-out poetry of Michael Moorcock. It's more like everything gets a little messier. "Space Is Deep," "Brainstorm" and "Time We Left This World Today" are all definitive Hawkwind moments. "Space Is Deep," in particular, needs to be played very very loud.

About This Album

With the arrival of future metal icon Lemmy Kilmister on bass and less "jazzy" drummer Simon King, Hawkwind's sound became noticeably heavier with this 1972 album. Self-taught (with no previous experience), Kilmister adds a rough-edged chunkiness to the proceedings, not necessarily grounding the high-flying guitars of Dave Brock and tripped-out poetry of Michael Moorcock. It's more like everything gets a little messier. "Space Is Deep," "Brainstorm" and "Time We Left This World Today" are all definitive Hawkwind moments. "Space Is Deep," in particular, needs to be played very very loud.

Songs

About This Album

With the arrival of future metal icon Lemmy Kilmister on bass and less "jazzy" drummer Simon King, Hawkwind's sound became noticeably heavier with this 1972 album. Self-taught (with no previous experience), Kilmister adds a rough-edged chunkiness to the proceedings, not necessarily grounding the high-flying guitars of Dave Brock and tripped-out poetry of Michael Moorcock. It's more like everything gets a little messier. "Space Is Deep," "Brainstorm" and "Time We Left This World Today" are all definitive Hawkwind moments. "Space Is Deep," in particular, needs to be played very very loud.