Skip to content
with you completely agree. What charming idea..


Lost Johnny - Hawkwind - Hall Of The Mountain Grill (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


  • Tojakinos
    AMAZING GRAM ONLY LIMITED EDITION GATEFOLD YELLOW VINYL REISSUE OF HAWKWINDS FOURTH ALBUM. '' The group's fourth studio album, it was the first by a new line-up that included Simon House on synthesizer, Mellotron and electric violin; absent were Robert Calvert, who had previously contributed lyrics, vocals and spoken word interludes, and Dik Mik, who provided electronic .

    06.11.2019 at 21:37 Reply

  • Bak
    Hall of the Mountain Grill, however, does contain some raw Hawkwind, including two live tracks. The best studio cut, "Psychedilic Warlords," gets underway with a catchy metal riff augmented by violin and a neat fuzz riff making the bass sound like it's being played through a half-blown Silvertone.

    09.11.2019 at 15:34 Reply

  • Vulmaran
    Feb 07,  · Hall of the mountain grill. What a strange album name for a "space rock" band. In fact, Hawkwind share more than sound or music. On this release, they share an ambiance: London, Moorcock, Idealistic dreams of galactic perdition. And the Mountain Grill refer to the Mountain Grill Restaurant, Portobello Road in London/5().

    03.11.2019 at 22:29 Reply

  • Daijora
    This pales as compared to some of the other Hawkwind reissues. Bottom line: “Hall of the Mountain Grill” is the perfect Hawkwind studio album, and hence their definitive and most essential studio album. Some of the band's other United Artists era albums () come close/5().

    01.11.2019 at 01:30 Reply

  • Keshura
    "Mountain Grill" would prove to be the band's highest charting album in the U.S. coming after the now legendary live album "Space Ritual" that propelled Hawkwind from a cult band into the charts. The album also features one of the coolest album covers of the 70's in my opinion/5().

    03.11.2019 at 23:07 Reply

  • Mezigor
    The song “Lost Johnny” is lifted from the fourth album, Hall of the Mountain Grill, by Lemmy’s old band, Hawkwind, on which he received credit as a co-writer of the song.

    06.11.2019 at 21:51 Reply

  • Kigabei
    HAWKWIND Hall Of The Mountain Grill ( UK Fame issue of the magnificent 9-track vinyl LP from incluudes Hall of the Mountain Grill The Psychedelic Warlords (Disappear in Smoke and Youd Better Believe It plus many more with a superb barcoded glossy picture sleeve designed by Barney Bubbles and David Hardy.

    07.11.2019 at 06:23 Reply

  • Mezuru
    The album’s title was a nod to Edvard Grieg’s “In the Hall of the Mountain King” and to a Portobello Road cafe called The Mountain Grill (now closed), frequented by the band in the early s. The cover of a derelict spaceship in the mists of an alien lagoon was painted by the band’s regular artistic collaborator, Barney Bubbles.

    09.11.2019 at 00:29 Reply