Hawkwind ‎– Space Ritual

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United Artists Records ‎– UAD 60037/8
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Foldout Sleeve
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A1 Earth Calling
Written-By – Calvert*
1:46
A2 Born To Go
Vocals – Dave*, Nik*Written-By – Brock*, Calvert*
9:56
A3 Down Through The Night
Vocals – Dave*Written-By – Brock*
6:16
A4 The Awakening
Vocals – Bob*Written-By – Calvert*
1:32
B1 Lord Of Light
Vocals – Dave*Written-By – Brock*
7:21
B2 The Black Corridor
Vocals – Lemmy, Bob*Written-By – Moorcock*
1:51
B3 Space Is Deep
Vocals – Dave*, LemmyWritten-By – Brock*
8:13
B4 Electronic No. 1
Written-By – Dettmar*
2:26
C1 Orgone Accumulator
Vocals – Bob*Written-By – Brock*, Calvert*
9:59
C2 Upside Down
Vocals – Dave*Written-By – Brock*
2:43
C3 10 Seconds Of Forever
Vocals – Bob*Written-By – Calvert*
2:05
C4 Brainstorm
Written-By – Turner*
9:20
D1 7 By 7
Vocals – Dave*, LemmyWritten-By – Brock*
6:13
D2 Sonic Attack
Vocals – Bob*Written-By – Moorcock*
2:54
D3 Time We Left This World Today
Vocals – Dave*, Lemmy, Nik*Written-By – Brock*
5:47
D4 Master Of The Universe
Vocals – Nik*Written-By – Brock*, Turner*
7:37
D5 Welcome To The Future
Written-By – Calvert*
2:03

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Notes

Recorded live at Liverpool Stadium 22.12.72 and at Brixton Sundown, London 30.12.72 by the Pye Mobile Studio.
Mixed [...] at Olympic Studios

This version:

-Giant fold-out sleeve.
-'Manufactured in England A Product of Liberty-United Artists Records Ltd.' on labels at 4 o'clock and
-No 'R' next to the United artists logo (e.g. not like the reissue here Space Ritual )
- A-2U/B-2U only matrices (without postfix)
-Space Ritual" text on the front cover (top left corner) is to the left of the swirly orange/white line.
-This version comes with printed inner sleeves with psychedelic patterns.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runnout - machine stamped): UAD 60037 A-2U
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runnout - machine stamped): UAD 60037 B-2U
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runnout - machine stamped): UAD 60038 A-2U
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runnout - machine stamped): UAD 60038 B-2U
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runnout hand etched): RAYS

Other Versions (5 of 61) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
UA-CA120-J Hawkwind Space Ritual(Cass, Album) United Artists Records UA-CA120-J US 1973 Sell This Version
UAD 60037 Hawkwind Space Ritual(2xLP, Album, Fol) United Artists Records UAD 60037 Netherlands 1973 Sell This Version
0825646120758 Hawkwind Space Ritual(2xLP, Album, RE, No ) Parlophone 0825646120758 Europe 2016 Sell This Version
7243 5 30032 2 7 Hawkwind Space Ritual(2xCD, Album, RE, RM) EMI Records Ltd. 7243 5 30032 2 7 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
S22 57659 Hawkwind Space Ritual(2xCD, Album, RE) One Way Records (6), CEMA Special Markets S22 57659 US Unknown Sell This Version

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misterlegs

misterlegs

January 24, 2018
edited about 1 year ago
Years go, back in the seventies I had a version of this which had sides 1&4 on one disc and 2 &3 on the other (If I remember correctly)
totallyvinyl

totallyvinyl

January 21, 2018
With the Netherlands entry for this title you have correctly put the title as 'The space ritual...' but on none of the others including this entry. 'The space ritual...' is the CORRECT title and was still in use on UK reissues very late on. If you investigate the other entries where a label pic has been included you will see that ALL of them have 'The space ritual..' as the label title which was probably shortened for graphic design purposes on the cover. But will you correct it ? We very much doubt it !
totallyvinyl

totallyvinyl

December 11, 2017
Not for the first time a discrepancy between album title on sleeve and label 'Space ritual' and 'The space ritual' . Question is: which one is 'correct'?
Deepfix57

Deepfix57

July 16, 2017

Magnificent record! One of the very best live releases ever and, THE definitive Space Rock album!
Hawkfum

Hawkfum

April 14, 2017

This should be in every music lovers collection, absolutely the best live album ever.