Label: Transparency - 1013 • Format: 2x, CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Space Rock
Vision Of Infinity - Nik Turner - Transglobal Friends And Relations (CD, Album)

NIK TURNER "Transglobal Friends and Relations" TRANS 2xCD $ 24 tracks (4 studio, 19 live, and 1 interview) recorded between and , this is a must for fans of Nik's seminal band HAWKWIND, or anyone interested in spaced-out rock'n'roll.

track 1 recorded 7 / 30 / 95 at the Fox Theater, Boulder, Colorado, track 4 recorded 7 / 5 / 95 at Emo's, Austin, Texas. Tracks 4 - 6, 8 - 10, 13 & 14 Published by EMI/Unart Music. Tracks 2, 3 & 12 Published by Anglo-Rock Music. Tracks 7 & 11 Published by Brain Squid /5(18).

6. Defender - Live and promo CD-R's 7. Guild Navigators - "Phase 1: ''97" 8. Nik Turner - "Transglobal Friends and Relations" 9. Upsilon Acrux live at the Barn, Riverside, CA Anubian Lights - "Naz Bar" Saturnia - "The Glitter Odd" The Grandmothers live at the Palace, L.A. (Don Preston, Bunk Gardner, Roy Estrada, etc.)

Nik Turner’s Hawkwind. Nik Turner’s Kubanno Kickasso. Nik Turner’s New Space Ritual Band. Party, The. Party—Live at the Chicago Auditorium March , The. No One Cries In Space. Noble, Paul “Twink” North American Space Ritual “Notes from a Cold Planet” Nottingham “Nuclear Drive” Nyman, Michael. O’Rahilly.

Nik Turner Transglobal Friends And Relations Rare Oop 2 CD Set Sold for USD on Price guide for collectable Vinyl Records, CDs, Cassettes, Reel-to-reel tapes, 8-Track cartridges, MiniDiscs and more!

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  1. Nik Turner - "Transglobal Friends and Relations". Nik Turner - "Transglobal Friends and Relations". (Transparency , ) From Aural Innovations #17 (September ) The first five tracks of this double-CD set were recorded in-studio in The opening track "Delay" features drummer Alan Powell on a rare vocal, and he does a pretty decent job powering this catchy semi-spacepop song.

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