Hawkwind emerged in 1969 from Ladbroke Grove, the heartland of London's counterculture, to become a 'people's band'. This updated edition of 'The Saga of Hawkwind' includes an exclusive interview with Hawkwind leader, Dave Brock. It also gives details of their latest album 'Take Me To Your Leader'....
|Title||:||The Saga Of "Hawkwind"|
|Number of Pages||:||500 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Saga Of "Hawkwind" Reviews
Well, what can I say, Hawkwind's my band, so I really enjoyed this one. I suspect people who don't start to grin and nod when they hear "Brainstorm" would find parts of it a bit tedious, but it is a very comprehensive and entertaining illustrated history of the first thirty-five years or so of the star voyages of Captain Brock and the rest of the Hawklords. Rock on.
Exceptional Biography of Hawkwind!This is an unbiased look at the band right from the start. The author has certainly done an exhaustive amount of homework. A sheer pleasure to read and learn more about this fascinating band and the people in it.
A good and interesting read, but at times overly drawn out...
9/10. The better of the 2 Hawkwind biographies. Some good stories in here.