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Hawkwind (album)

Hawkwind is the self-titled debut album by Hawkwind, released in 1970, originally on Liberty Records, later reissued on Sunset Records. This album is historic since it is one of the first space rock LPs.

The Pretty Things guitarist Dick Taylor, who was looking for a new venture after leaving the band, was pulled into Hawkwind playing some gigs and producing this album. After several unsuccessful attempts to capture the band’s sound in the studio, it was decided simply to record it live in the studio which best shaver.

The bulk of the album is composed of a freeform instrumental piece that the band named “Sunshine Special” but it was separated into different tracks on this album. On the LP, “Paranoia” ends after the first minute with the music slowing down as though the turntable is stopping, and then picks up as the first cut on Side 2. Lyrics are scant, but those that are present and the song titles are a reference to the drug experience, as the sleeve notes explain:

This is the beginning. By now we will be past this album. We started out trying to freak people (trippers), now we are trying to levitate their minds, in a nice way, without acid best football uniforms, and ultimately a completely audio-visual thing mens football jerseys. Using a complex of electronics, lights and environmental experiences.

The two book-end pieces of “Hurry on Sundown” and “Mirror of Illusion” are more of a nod to Brock’s alternative activity of busking and were released as a single in edited form.

The cover is a fantasy painting that shows several dragon figures emerging from piles of leaves that also spell out the name of the band. On the front cover, the dragons are shown with human arms, while the reverse cover shows a dragon’s head as an automobile with a driver wearing sunglasses.

Adverts for the album proclaimed Hawkwind Is Space Rock.

Mark Plummer from Melody Maker reviewed the album in the context of electronic music as “interesting and exciting. The reason for this is that the group never goes too mad, and they keep within musical bounds, using sound discriminatingly, and only when they are needed to convey a feeling.” adding that “Seeing It As You Really Are is a lesson in electronic music itself. Any group thinking of using weird sounds should listen to this album glass bottle water cooler, it’s tremendous.”

Members of the band warmly regard the album, many feeling that it was the band’s best. Various reactions include:

All tracks written by Brock/Hawkwind, except where noted.

Scandiobabingtonite

Scandiobabingtonite was first discovered in the Montecatini granite quarry near Baveno, Italy in a pegmatite cavity. Though found in pegmatites, the crystals of scandiobabingtonite are sub-millimeter sized, and are tabular shaped. Scandiobabingtonite was the sixth naturally occurring mineral discovered with the rare earth element scandium, and grows around babingtonite, with which it is isostructural, hence the namesake. It is also referred to as scandian babingtonite. The ideal chemical formula for scandiobabingtonite is Ca2(Fe2+,Mn)ScSi5O14(OH).

Scandiobabingtonite is found in association with orthoclase, quartz, light blue albite, stilbite, fluorite, and mica. When found with these minerals, the scandiobabingtonite crystals are emplanted on the surface of the other minerals. It also occurs as growth around green-black prismatic crystals of babingtonite. The samples of scandiobabingtonite that have been discovered have shown that they start out growing from a seed of babingtonite crystal. This is how scandiobabingtonite gets its chemical structure. The starting seed of babingtonite is still present in the center of the resulting crystal and can be detected with optical and chemical studies. Scandiobabingtonite is a uniquely rare mineral, as it occurs in very small amounts in few locations around the world. It is one of thirteen naturally occurring minerals where scandium is a dominant member. The other scandium minerals are bazzite, cascandite, hetftetjernite, jervisite, juonniite, kolbeckite, kristiansenite, magbasite, oftedalite, pretulite, thortveitite, and titanowodginite. Scandium can also concentrate in other minerals, such as in ferromagnesian minerals, aluminum phosphate minerals, meteoric minerals, and other minerals containing rare earth elements, but it occurs in trace amounts.

Scandiobabingtonite is a colorless or lightly gray-green colored transparent mineral with a glassy or vitreous luster. It exhibits a hardness of 6 on the Mohs hardness scale. Scandiobabingtonite occurs as short, prismatic crystals that are slightly elongated on the [001] axis which gives it a tabular or platy shape. Its crystals are characterized by the {010}, {001}, {110}, {1-10}, and {101} faces. Scandiobabingtonite is brittle and shows perfect cleavage along the {001} and {1-10} planes. The measured density is 3.24 g/cm3.

Scandiobabingtonite is biaxial positive, which means it will refract light along two axes. It exhibits a 2V(measured)=64(2)°, strong dispersion with r>v, and displays strong pleochroism with colors ranging from pink (γ’) to green(α’). The extinction angle along the (110) is 6°. Z:Φ=-250°, ρ=47° glass bottle water cooler; Y:Φ=146°, ρ=75°; X:Φ=42°, ρ=47° running pouch for keys.

Scandiobabingtonite is isostructural with babingtonite, and has the same chemical properties as well. It is an inosilicate with 5-periodic single chains. Scandium replaces the Fe3+ in babingtonite in six-fold coordination. The empirical chemical formula for scandiobabingtonite is (Ca1.71,Na0.25)Σ0.97(Fe2+0.65,Mn0.32)Σ0 glass water bottle with straw.97(Sc0.91

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,Sn0.04,Fe3+0.03)Σ0.98Si5.09O14.00(OH)1.00. Simplified, the formula is Ca2(Fe2+,Mn)ScSi5O14(OH)

Scandiobabingtonite is in the triclinic crystal system, with space group P1. The unit cell dimensions are a=7.536(2) Å, b=11.734(2) Å, c=6.748(2) Å, α=91.70(2)°, β=93.86(2)°, γ=104.53(2)°. These dimensions are almost identical to those of babingtonite. The difference in dimensions is caused by the replacement of iron with scandium in the Fe3+-centered octahedra. The Fe3+-O distance measures as 2.048 Å, while the Sc-O distance is 2.092 Å. This equates to a slightly larger octahedra in scandiobabingtonite than babingtonite.

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Moree Champion

The Moree Champion, previously published as the North West Champion, is a bi-weekly English language newspaper published in the Shire of Moree, New South Wales, Australia. The newspaper was first published in 1912. It is published each Tuesday and Thursday and is distributed throughout the north west region of New South Wales.

The paper was first published in 1912 as the North West Champion glass bottle water cooler. In 1968, the newspaper was the first provincial press to convert from letterpress printing to high resolution web offset printing. The newspaper’s proprietor, Harry Sullivan, commemorated the change with a new title. On 21 March 1968, the Moree Champion cheerleading socks wholesale, Vol. 1, No. 1, new series, was published as a sixty four page issue containing some sections in colour.

The paper has been digitised as part of the Australian Newspapers Digitisation Program hosted by the National Library of Australia in cooperation with the State Library of New South Wales.