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Alan Davey / Hawkestrel

Alan Davey / Hawkestrel
Country
England
Profile
Alan Davey (born 11 September 1963 in Ipswich, Suffolk) is an English musician, best known as the bassist with Hawkwind from 1984 - 2007. He has worked with a variety of other artists and as a solo act. In 2019, Davey formed Hawkestrel, a "group" featuring numerous other Hawkwind alumni.
Website
http://alandavey.bandcamp.com
Related articles (10)
Releases on file (20)
Hawkestrel — The Future Is Us Hawkestrel — The Future Is Us
(Cleopatra CLO1235, 2019, CD / 2LP / DL)
Pink Fairies — Resident Reptiles Pink Fairies — Resident Reptiles
(Purple Pyramid CLO0797, 2018, CD / DL)
Spirits Burning — Starhawk Spirits Burning — Starhawk
(Gonzo Multimedia HST323CD, 2015, CD)
Alan Davey — Cyber Tooth Alan Davey — Cyber Tooth
(Earthquake EQRCD0007, 2012, CD)
Spirits Burning & Bridget Wishart — Bloodlines Spirits Burning & Bridget Wishart — Bloodlines
(Voiceprint VP499CD, 2009, CD)
Alan Davey — Eclectic Devils Alan Davey — Eclectic Devils
(Earthquake EQRCD0002, 2009, CD)
Spirits Burning & Bridget Wishart — Earth Born Spirits Burning & Bridget Wishart — Earth Born
(Voiceprint VP431CD, 2008, CD)
Alan Davey — Human on the Outside Alan Davey — Human on the Outside
((Not on label) AD-HOTO, 2007, CD)
Pre-Med — The Truth About Us Pre-Med — The Truth About Us
(Hawkwind Records HAWKVP43CD, 2007, CD)
Pre-Med — Medication Time Pre-Med — Medication Time
(Hawkwind Records HAWKVP39CD, 2006, CD)
Alan Davey — Al Chemical's Lysergic Orchestra Alan Davey — Al Chemical's Lysergic Orchestra
((Not on label) AD-ACLO, 2001, CD)
Alan Davey — Final Call Alan Davey — Final Call
(Centaur CENCD 029, 2001, CD)
Alan Davey — Chaos Delight Alan Davey — Chaos Delight
(Black Widow BWRCD 033-2, 2000, CD)
Various Artists — Hawkwind Family Tree Various Artists — Hawkwind Family Tree
(Hawkwind Records HAWKVP13CD, 2000, CD)
Alan Davey — Bedouin Alan Davey — Bedouin
(Hawkwind Records HAWKVP21CD, 1997/2002, CD)
Alan Davey — Captured Rotation Alan Davey — Captured Rotation
(Hawkwind Records HAWKVP40CD, 1996/2006, CD)
Hawkwind — It Is the Business of the Future to Be Dangerous Hawkwind — It Is the Business of the Future to Be Dangerous
(GCDHA 161-2, 1993, CD)
Hawkwind — Love in Space Hawkwind — Love in Space
(Atomhenge ATOMCD 2013, 1990/2009, 2CD)
Hawkwind — Chronicle of the Black Sword Hawkwind — Chronicle of the Black Sword
(Atomhenge ATOMCD 1012, 1985/2009, CD)
Church of Hawkwind — Church of Hawkwind Church of Hawkwind — Church of Hawkwind
(Atomhenge ATOMCD 1021, 1982/2010, CD)

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