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Faithless performing Insomnia as the sun sets over the Pyramid stage at Glastonbury 2002.

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Recorded live at Glastonbury Festival, 27th June 2002 & Guildford Festival 19th July 2002.

Recorded live at Glastonbury Festival June 27, 2002 and Guildford Festival July 19, 2002. Nik Turner, saxophone, flute, vocals - Mick Slattery, guitar - Thomas Crimble, bass - Terry Ollis, drums - Sam Ollis, drums - Commander Jim Hawkman, keyboards, twiddly noises - Thomas Hewitt, guitar - Adrian Pearson, congas - Jackie Windmill, djembe - Ben Badoo, djembe - Richard Lanchester, djembe. Releases information. This album was recorded at Glastonbury and Guildford last year. So what about the music? There are two drummers (Terry is joined by his son Sam) but to say that they come across as classic Hawkwind seems to be stating the obvious. It is a fun album with good sound and if you are a Hawkfan then you will definitely have to get this. Originally appeared in Feedback Feb 03.

This album was recorded at Glastonbury and Guildford last year. They resist the temptation to play "Silver Machine" followed by "Brainstorm" and instead concentrate on their own material, but it sounds as if classic Hawkwind are back. One song that is a notable exception is their version of Coltrane's "Blue Train" which shows that they have more than one string to their sax. The only thing that.

The most long-awaited and carefully prepared Glastonbury Festival took place in wonderful weather. The ring of steel fence repelled all non ticket holders and 140,000 legitimate festival goers revelled in the space and security created by the widely praised new operational management structure. Tickets were put on sale in February and sold out in weeks. Acts included, Stereophonics, Coldplay, Manu Chao, Kosheen, Mis-teeq, Fatboy Slim, Roger Waters, Rod Stewart, White Stripes, Orbital and Isaac Hayes. For many the place to be was Lost Vagueness in the Green Fields which bizarrely.

Turner then chose to name the band Space Ritual. net, after Hawkwind's 1973 live album The Space Ritual Alive, having previously used the name Space Ritual during the mid-1990s for a North America tour. The gigs in 2002 and 2003 were named Greasy Truckers Parties and featured SpaceRitual. net with many ex members of Hawkwind plus dancers, Striking Lighting's superb lightshow and lots of other artists, Inner City Unit, The Theory, Richard Kid Strange, Tractor (band), Guitar George Borowski giving the feel of a touring circus type event. 2002 – Live At Glastonbury And Guildford Festival – live CD (Ozit-Morpheus, OZIT CD211). tracks: "Orion Sunrise"; "The Awakening"; "Osiris"; "The Landing"; "Blue Train" (Coltrane); "Space Grab" (Ollis, Crimble, Slattery, Turner); "Thunder Rider Rap"; "Warp Out" (Ollis, Crimble, Slattery, Turner); "D Rider".

Orbital: Live at Glastonbury 1994–2004 is a collection of rare live recordings containing over two hours of music and video recorded from Orbital's performances at the Glastonbury Festival over the course of a decade of appearances there. The DVD has the same track listing as the two CDs (16:9 NTSC video, uncompressed LPCM audio). It offers chapter stops, but has no chapter menu. Are We Here?" (1994). Kein Trink Wasser" (1995).

Space Ritual are a British space rock band, formed in 2000 fronted by Nik Turner, and composed principally of former Hawkwind members. They play a mix of early Hawkwind material and their own compositions. Turner then chose to name the band Space Ritual.

Space Ritual is a rock band formed by former Hawkwind singer and saxophonist Nik Turner. It routinely features former Hawkwind musicians and plays old Hawkwind tracks. The group was originally called xHawkwind but this was changed following legal action by Turner's old Hawkwind co-founder Dave Brock. Space Ritual - Sonic Savages EP. Live At Glastonbury And Guildford, 2002. 2001 A Space Rock Odyssey Live. Azimuths To The Otherworld.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Orion Sunrise
Written-By – N. Turner*
2 The Awakening
Written-By – R. Calvert*
3 Osiris
Written-By – N. Turner*
4 The Landing
Written-By – N. Turner*
5 Blue Train
Written-By – John Coltrane
6 Space Grab
Written-By – Slattery*, Turner*, Ollis*, Crimble*
7 Thunder Rider Rap
Written-By – N. Turner*, McManus*
8 Warp Out
Written-By – Slattery*, Turner*, Ollis*, Crimble*
9 D Rider
Written-By – N. Turner*

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Glastonbury
  • Recorded At – Guildford


  • Bass – Thomas Crimble
  • Congas – Adrian Pearson
  • Djembe – Ben Badoo, Jackie Windmill, Richard Lanchester
  • Drums – Sam Ollis, Terry Ollis
  • Engineer [DAT Engineer] – Joe The Hat
  • Engineer, Mastered By – Thomas Hewitt*
  • Guitar – Mick Slattery, Thomas Hewitt*
  • Keyboards, Noises [Twiddly Noises] – Commander Jim Hawkman
  • Photography By – Chris Hewitt , Melissa Joseph
  • Producer – Chris Hewitt , Nik Turner, Thomas Hewitt*
  • Saxophone, Flute, Vocals – Nik Turner


Recorded live at Glastonbury Festival, 27th June 2002 & Guildford Festival 19th July 2002.
Space - Live At Glastonbury And Guildford 2002 FLAC album
Live At Glastonbury And Guildford 2002
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