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Mott The Hoople - Mott Musikalbum

Mott The Hoople - Mott Musikalbum Darsteller: Mott The Hoople
Titel: Mott
Stil: Glam
Category: Rockmusik
Datum der Freigabe: Jul 1973
Land: UK
Etikett: CBS
Katalognummer: S 69038
Size MP3: 1637 mb
Size FLAC: 2453 mb
Rating: 4.7


Bass – OverendDrums – BuffinGuitar, Organ – MickViolin [Insane Violin] – Graham PreskittVocals – IanWritten-By – Ian Hunter, Mick Ralphs
2I Wish I Was Your Mother
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Piano, Effects [Echo Vamper] – IanBass – OverendBells – Mick HinceDrums – BuffinMandolin [Mandolins] – MickWritten-By – Ian Hunter
3Honaloochie Boogie
Bass, Vocals [Chorus Vocal] – OverendCello [Cellos] – Paul BuckmasterDrums, Vocals [Chorus Vocal] – BuffinGuitar, Vocals [Chorus Vocal] – MickPiano, Vocals – IanSynthesizer [Moog Operator] – Bill PriceTenor Saxophone – Andy MackayWritten-By – Ian Hunter
4Drivin' Sister
Bass – OverendDrums, Vocals [Chorus Vocal] – BuffinGuitar – MickGuitar, Vocals, Piano – IanWritten-By – Ian Hunter, Mick Ralphs
5Whizz Kid
Bass – OverendDrums – BuffinGuitar, Synthesizer [Moogotron], Vocals ['Baby' Vocal] – MickPiano, Lead Vocals – IanWritten-By – Ian Hunter
6All The Way From Memphis
Bass – OverendDrums, Vocals – BuffinGuitar [Guitars], Tambourine, Vocals – MickPiano, Lead Vocals – IanTenor Saxophone – Andy MackayWritten-By – Ian Hunter
7Ballad Of Mott (March 26th 1972 Zurich)
Bass – OverendDrums – BuffinGuitar [Fat], Organ – MickPiano, Acoustic Guitar, Effects [Echo Vamper], Vocals – IanWritten-By – Buffin, Ian Hunter, Mick Ralphs, Overend Watts, V. Allen
8Hymn For The Dudes
Acoustic Guitar, Piano [Rachmaninov], Lead Vocals – IanBacking Vocals – ThunderthighsBass – OverendDrums – BuffinGuitar, Organ – MickWritten-By – Ian Hunter, Verden Allen
9I'm A Cadillac / El Comino Dolo Roso
Bass, Electric Bass [Fuzz Bass] – OverendDrums – BuffinPiano – IanVocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Organ – MickWritten-By – Mick Ralphs


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SVLP 394Mott The Hoople Mott ‎(LP, Album, 180)Simply VinylSVLP 394Europe2004
CA 32425Mott The Hoople Mott ‎(8-Trk, Album)ColumbiaCA 32425US1973
AA008Mott The Hoople Mott ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Num, RM, 180)Absolute AnalogueAA008UK1998
S 69038Mott The Hoople Mott ‎(LP, Album)CBSS 69038Spain1973
S 69038Mott The Hoople Mott ‎(LP, Album)CBSS 69038Italy1973


  • Arranged ByIan Hunter
  • ProducerMott The Hoople
  • Producer [Production Supervisor]Dan Loggins


Issued on orange CBS labels with 'stereo' arrow and in a die-cut, flipback/gatefold sleeve, acetate sheet under cutout.
Unipak by Shorewood Packaging Co. Ltd., England
Inner sleeve printed with lyrics
Track B2: V. Allen is listed as writer on labels, but not on inner sleeve
Some copies may contain a sticker on front cover that reads: "featuring hit single HONALOOCHIE BOOGIE."


  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out side A, stamped): S 69038 A1 ˓.. ˓˒
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out side B, stamped): S 69038 B1 S̶̷ ̶̷6̶̷5̶̷6̶̷4̶̷0̶̷ ̶̷B̶̷1̶̷ ̶ : · ˓˒ ˓1


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
  • Made By – Shorewood Packaging Co. Ltd.
  • Pressed By – CBS Pressing Plant, Aston Clinton



Mott the Hoople is the self-titled debut studio album by the band of the same name. It was produced by Guy Stevens and released in 1969 by Island Records in the UK ILPS 9108, and in 1970 by Atlantic Records in the US SD 8258. It was re-issued by Angel Air in 2003 SJPCD157. Stevens, the group's initial mentor and guide, wanted to create an album that would suggest Bob Dylan singing with the Rolling Stones. This was partially achieved, with the album including several Dylanesque cover versions. I do not own this music, it belongs to its rightful owners. No copyright infringement intended Play in HD for LOSSLESS sound quality A1 All the Way The Hoople - Mott The Hoople. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Mott The the Hoople - Mott 1973. To favorites 6 Download album. Listen album. Hard Rock. Mott the Hoople. Songs in album Mott the Hoople - Mott 1973. Mott the Hoople - All The Way From Memphis. Mott the Hoople - Whizz Kid. Mott the Hoople - Hymn For The Dudes. Mott the Hoople - Honaloochie Boogie. Mott the Hoople - Violence. Mott the Hoople - Drivin' Sister. Mott the Hoople - Ballad Of Mott The Hoople Mar. Mott the Hoople - I'm A CadillacEl Camino Dolo. Прослушайте отрывки, купите и загрузите песни из альбома Original Album Classics: Mott the Hoople , включая Sweet Jane , Momma's Little Jewel , All the Young Dudes и другие. Купите альбом по цене 499 . Песни доступны по цене от 22 . Mott doesn't sound that way, though - it's as winning and infectious as rock & roll gets. Even with the undercurrents of ironic despair and restrained hostility, this is a fun record partially because of that despair and hostility, of course. Listen to music from Mott the Hoople like All the Young Dudes, All the Young Dudes - David Bowie & Ian Hunter Vocal & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Mott the the Hoople Rock and Roll Queen early hits compila Condition: Used. Time left: 8m 21s Ships to: Worldwide. Mott The Hoople Live Japan CD Condition: Like New. Time left: 14m 31s Ships to: Worldwide. The following albums by Mott The Hoople are ranked highest in the greatest album charts: Sort by. Overall Rank. Mott the Hoople are still a widely respected and influential band, and it's pretty easy to hear why- they've got the swagger, confidence, and riffs of glam and the basic approach of punk. That's not to mention vocalist Ian Hunter, whose voice was so limited and colorless that he probably made more than a few kids with guitars think if this guy can sing in a band, surely I can. Mott follows the band's biggest moment with a concept album about rock'n'roll success. You could argue that they'd hardly experienced enough fame to complain about it, but the songs are so humane and devoid of self-pity that it's impossible to hold it against them

**** recommended

Moving away from Guy Stevens and David Bowie and producing themselves for the first time since Wildlife, the Mott machine releases this sixth set at the height of their popularity...and many would argue the height of their art...this certainly can be seen as their most realized and clearly communicated vision...the pros and cons of hitchhiking...getting picked up by Bowie in a van called fame...glitter paint job on the outside, soiled mattresses in the back...be careful what you wish for...the portrait of the artist as a young thunderbuck glam...perhaps the inevitable self-inflicted backlash from getting so much school-girl attention for stealing music from black Americans. “Some spade said “Rock ‘n Rollers, you’re the same..” I felt so ashamed.” The whole album seems a response to everything that came before. It certainly has moments that return to the menace and reflection that made moments from previous albums so memorable.

While Hunter was always an integral part of this band, this set more than the others appears to show Ian at the helm, Hunter producing the album with the band, arranging the music himself, and writing the bulk of the material. Ralphs is still clearly there, coming together with Hunter for “Violence” and “Drivin’ Sister, and offering his own “I’m a Cadillac/El Camino Dolo Rosa” (which fits in with the responsive/reflective quality of Ian’s contributions and seems a sad response to “Ready For Love” from the previous album) but Ralphs’ presence and contributions aren’t quite as strong as on the previous albums, and it’s not surprising that he’d soon move to form Bad Company with ex-Free members Paul Rodgers and Simon Kirke. While many see this album as Mott at their best, others might have heard them climax on moments from Brain Capers and see the themes explored here as a mirror of a band in decline. Even the band presents much of the material as a swan sung, especially once you get to the rare Mott the Hoople song that’s credited to the whole band, the bittersweet “Ballad of Mott the Hoople (26th March 1972).

While the perils of the rock star might be mostly of interest to people who live the rock and roll life or fans who love to live vicariously through the rockers, and might be downright annoying or boring to others, this certainly or at least arguably (like Zappa across the pond) contrasts the celebratory cock-rock of this era and presents these bittersweet tales of performance art and pop stardom as well as any. And it undeniably helps carry the torch of poetic cynicism from Lou Reed and Dylan to future, and hard-rock cynical fire of temporally forgotten bands of Detroit to the punks that would surface from the rumble in the second half of the decade.

Of course, once you get past all my silly interpretations and evaluations, this albums serves as a wonderful swan song for the partnership of Hunter/Ralphs (and for all four original members-- four youngsters who released six albums in less than four years while they were all still in their 20s), especially once you get to the end of this set and Ralphs’ instrumental leads to Hunter’s “I Wish I Was Your Mother.” Like other Hoople love songs about women, the closer mirrors something else, the break up of a relationship resonating with the breaking of a band, especially when you compare the closing remarks of “I Wish I Was Your Mother” to those from “The Ballad of Mott the Hoople.”

-- winch (2019)