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8 thoughts on “ Hawkwind - Silver Machine (Featuring Lemmy) (Lathe Cut)
  1. Malabei says:
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  2. Tuktilar says:
    That's bass player Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister singing lead on this track. Lemmy, who later formed Motörhead, wasn't the group's main singer - that was Bob Calvert, who joined the group for the Roadhawks album. Calvert's attempts to record the vocal weren't up to snuff, so Lemmy got the call.
  3. Kera says:
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  4. Akinora says:
    Hawkwind – ‘Silver Machine’ () Having cut his teeth as the guitarist with The Rockin’ Vicars – as well as roadie stints with Jimi Hendrix and proto-proggers The Nice - in the 60s.
  5. Mesar says:
    Most dedicated Hawkwind fans will have all of these tracks already and it has to be said that this is not the best compilation album, but at this price it has to be a "must buy" for the new listener, the inquisitive, or those of you who only remember "Silver Machine" (the single which hit the British charts in )/5(8).
  6. Voodookus says:
    " Silver Machine " is a song by the UK rock group Hawkwind. It was originally released as a single on 9 June , reaching number three on the UK singles chart. The single was re-issued in , again in reaching number 34 on the UK singles charts, and once again in reaching number 67 on the UK singles charts.
  7. Samujas says:
    Neither band took off, though the former did cut a record and release a single with Lemmy. Promo video for Hawkwind's "Silver Machine", featuring Lemmy Broke but not beaten, Lemmy joined Hawkwind in , switching from rhythm to bass guitar for the first time and handling vocals.
  8. Fenrir says:
    Their commercial breakthrough took place when a version of the hard-driving rocker "Silver Machine," sung by Lemmy, made it to number three on the British charts in August

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