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Hurry On Sundown - Hawkwind - Canterbury Fayre 2001 (CD, Album)

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  1. Felmaran says:
    out of 5 stars Hawkwind - 'Canterbury Fayre ' (Voiceprint) Reviewed in the United States on September 27, This isn't by far Hawkwind's best live release, by any means/5(8).
  2. Tujar says:
    Mar 30,  · This is the bonus track from the CD Hawkwind, by Hawkwind.
  3. Yozshulrajas says:
    Jun 30,  · Overall it is a frustrating release because the potential for excellence is there. If you're a completest, you'll buy it anyway but faced with a choice, instead go for Spaced Out In London or Canterbury Fayre (easily in the top 3 live Hawkwind albums) which was from a similar time period and also minimises the Arthur contribution/5(32).
  4. Tagar says:
    HAWKWIND Canterbury Fayre music review by kev rowland. "Motorway City" and "Hurry On Sundown" as well as a full version of "Silver Machine" there is more than enough here for any Hawkfan to want to have this album. A goody. Originally appeared in Feedback #73, Jun 03 Go to Canterbury Fayre page for more details.
  5. Daijind says:
    Hurry On Sundown This song is by Hawkwind and appears on the album Hawkwind () and on the album Independent Days Vol.1& 2 ().
  6. Kagakasa says:
    A brilliant set combining Hawks songs and Arthurs songs along with a few extracts from Bob Calverts Capt Lockheed album. Earth Calling Aerospaceage Inferno Angels of Death Out Of The shadows Time Captives Master of the Universe The Gremlin Song Time and Confusion Hurry On Sundown Lighthouse The Watcher Assassins of Allah Do That Earth Calling.
  7. Zushicage says:
    Hurry on Sundown Lyrics: Well, hurry on sundown / See what tomorrow brings / Hurry on sundown / See what tomorrow brings / Well it may bring war / Any old thing / Well, look into your mind's eye.
  8. Goltizuru says:
    Hawkwind Zoo EP Towards the end of , still using the name Hawkwind Zoo and with Mick Slattery as the lead guitarist, the band were given studio time by Don Poole to record some demos. "Hurry On Sundown" was one of the tracks recorded, this version being more electric and psychedelic than the acoustic folky feel of the album version.

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