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Out & Intake
Hawkwind
Out & Intake
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
 
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A collection of live and studio cuts from various periods, including 'Turner Point' and an abbreviated live take of 'Ejection'. 1992 release. Standard jewel case.

      
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All Artists: Hawkwind
Title: Out & Intake
Members Wishing: 3
Total Copies: 0
Label: Griffin Records
Original Release Date: 8/17/1992
Re-Release Date: 5/18/1992
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Styles: Progressive, Progressive Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 055421392227

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A collection of live and studio cuts from various periods, including 'Turner Point' and an abbreviated live take of 'Ejection'. 1992 release. Standard jewel case.

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The glory daze
Nicholas Berry | 02/16/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Back when they still had the greats: Lloyd Langton, Bainbridge, and Nik Turner. This is one of the classic compilations...you can't go wrong."
What Tracks Were Recorded When By Who....
David Lord | Clemons, Iowa United States | 08/04/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Since the CD liner notes do not delineate when which songs were recorded by who I have included that information here for the true Hawkfan.

Originally released in April of 1987, Dave Brock says that, "It was bits and pieces we had hanging around, weird things like Turner Point. Harvey had Cajun Jinx. It was really just to finance us all and keep the whole thing going" (Carol Clerk's The Saga of Hawkwind).

Unfortunately, that is exactly what this collection of live and studio tracks from 1982 to 1986 sounds like to me. I personally number all my Hawkwind tracks in my computer chronologically so they fall more coherently in the Hawkwind saga. For others who may wish to do likewise:

Recorded at Rockfield Studios, 1982 (Brock-gtr, kybrd, vcls; Lloyd-Langton-gtr, vcl; Bainbridge-bass, kybrd, vcl; Griffin-drms; Turner-sax, flute, vcl)
1. Turner Point (Brock/Griffin/Turner) 2:19
10. Five To Four AKA 5/4 (Lloyd-Langton) 2:18

Recorded live in November 1982 (Brock-gtr, kybrd, vcls; Lloyd-Langton-gtr, vcl; Bainbridge-bass, kybrd, vcl; Griffin-drms; Turner-sax, flute, vcl; Moorcock-vcls on 12 & 13)
(Probably Nov 12) 1982
2. Waiting For Tomorrow (Lloyd-Langton) 4:45
4. Solitary Mind Games (Lloyd-Langton) 5:09
11. Ghost Dance (Turner/Bainbridge) 3:47
CD bonus tracks
12. Coded Languages (Moorcock/Bainbridge) 4:20
(Probably Nov 13) 1982
13. Warrior On The Edge Of Time (Moorcock) 3:33

Recorded at Rockfield Studios, 1986 (Brock-gtr, kybrd, vcls; Lloyd-Langton-gtr, vcl; Bainbridge-bass, kybrd, vcl; Davey-bass, vcl; Thompson Jr-drms; Paul Cobbold-organ on 3 & 8)
3. Cajun Jinx (Brock/Bainbridge/Davey/Thompson) 5:02
5. Starflight (Calvert/Bainbridge/Brock) 1:48
6. Ejection (Calvert) 2:14
7. Assassins Of Allah AKA Hassan I Sabah (Calvert/Rudolph)3:53
8. Flight To Maputo (Brock/Bainbridge/Davey/Thompson) 5:23
9. Confrontation (Brock/Bainbridge/Davey/Thompson) 3:02

I own just about everything Hawkwind ever officially released and a lot that's been unofficially released and I find this CD a little boring with a few exceptions. If you are a new fan of Hawkwind I would suggest you purchase the 2-CD version of Space Ritual first- in my opinion the best space rock album ever issue. Follow it up with the Hawklords reissue with bonus tracks (which smokes) or the Doremi Fasol Latido reissue with bonus tracks. For 'hits' try Sonic Boom Killers or Golden Void. You can't go wrong with any of those CDs."
Out takes and live material from "sonic attack" period
Nicholas Berry | 01/20/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)

"this is an excellent little toss-out by the Hawks. it includes ripping versions of "waiting for tomorrow," "hassan i sabbat (assassins of allah)," and "solitary mind games." A thumping "ghost dance," also highlights the set. For a hawkfan, this is an absolute must-have. For the curious, not a bad place to start."