Mott The Hoople - The Best Of The Island Years 1969 - 1972 Album
|1||The Moon Upstairs||5:01|
|2||Keep A Knockin'||6:57|
|3||Black Scorpio (Momma's Little Jewel)|
Engineer – John BurnsMixed By – Andy Lyden
|4||Walkin' With A Mountain||3:51|
Mixed By – Brian Humphries
|6||Rock 'n' Roll Queen||3:41|
|8||Road To Birmingham||3:28|
|9||You Really Got Me/Wrath And Wroll (Crossfads)||3:57|
|10||At The Crossroads|
Written-By – Doug Sahm
|11||No Wheels To Ride||5:48|
|12||Growing Man Blues||2:43|
|14||Your Own Backyard||5:08|
Conductor, Arranged By [Strings] – Michael Gray Mixed By – Brian Humphries
Producer – George Morton
|18||Death May Be Your Santa Claus||4:52|
|IMCD 87, 842 545-2||Mott The Hoople||Walkin' With A Mountain: The Best Of Mott The Hoople, 1969-1972 (CD, Comp)||Island Masters, Island Masters||IMCD 87, 842 545-2||UK||1990|
|PHCR-18713||Mott The Hoople||Walkin' With A Mountain: The Best Of Mott The Hoople, 1969-1972 (CD, Comp)||Island Masters||PHCR-18713||Japan||1990|
|554 600-2||Mott The Hoople||The Best Of The Island Years 1969 - 1972 (CD, Comp, Son)||Spectrum Music||554 600-2||UK||Unknown|
|260 692||Mott The Hoople||Walkin' With A Mountain: The Best Of Mott The Hoople, 1969-1972 (CD, Comp)||Island Records||260 692||Europe||1990|
|PSCD 1040||Mott The Hoople||Walkin' With A Mountain: The Best Of Mott The Hoople, 1969-1972 (CD, Comp)||Island Masters||PSCD 1040||Japan||1990|
- Bass – Overend Watts
- Drums – Dale Griffin
- Engineer – Andy Johns (tracks: 1 to 6, 10 to 13, 15, 18), Brian Humphries (tracks: 7, 9, 16)
- Guitar, Backing Vocals – Mick Ralphs
- Mixed By – Andy Johns (tracks: 1 to 6, 10 to 13), Norman Mighell (tracks: 15, 16, 18)
- Organ [Hammond] – Verden Allen
- Producer – Dale Griffin (tracks: 15 to 18), Guy Stevens (tracks: 1 to 6, 8, 10 to 13, 15, 18), Mott The Hoople (tracks: 7 to 9, 16, 17)
- Vocals – Mick Ralphs (tracks: 5, 7, 14, 18)
- Vocals, Piano – Ian Hunter
Tracks 1 to 3 from the Island Records LP "Mott The Hoople" (ILPS 9108).
Tracks 4 to 6 from the Island Records LP "Mad Shadows" (ILPS 9119).
Tracks 7 to 9 from the Island Records LP "Wildlife" (ILPS 9144).
Track 10 from the Island Records 7" single "Midnight Lady" (WIP 6105).
Tracks 11 to 14 from the Island Records LP "Brain Capers" (ILPS 9178).
Tracks 15 to 18 from the Island Records LP "Two Miles From Heaven" (IRSP 8).
℗ 1990 Island Records
© 1998 Spectrum Music, a division of PolyGram Record Operations Ltd.
- Barcode: 731455460025
- Label Code: LC 5064
- Other: PY 506
- Rights Society: BIEM / MCPS
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L135
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 04C2
- Matrix / Runout: 8425452 01 5
- Pressed By – Universal M & L, UK
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Island Records
- Copyright (c) – Spectrum Music
- Record Company – Polygram Record Operations Ltd.
- Licensed To – Spectrum Music
From the Dylan-esque No Wheels to Ride to the string-laden ballad Waterlow to the flat-out guitar fury of The Moon Upstairs and Thunderbuck Ram, Best of the Island Years shows Mott as more than the glam Bowie protégés they were labeled as after their U. Best of the Island Years delivers one lost classic after another, without a bad selection in the set. The successor to the earlier Rock & Roll Queen examination of Mott the Hoople's pre-fame days, this collection was compiled by drummer Dale Griffin and had the advantage of having a fifth album to draw from - the much loved and sorely missed 1980 outtakes collection Two Miles From Heaven. All the Young Dudes is the fifth studio album by Mott the Hoople, released in 1972. It was their initial album for the CBS Records label Columbia Records in the United States and Canada, after three years with Island Records in the UK and Atlantic Records in the United States and Canada. All the Young Dudes was a turning point for the then-struggling British band. Mott the Hoople were on the verge of breaking up when David Bowie stepped in and gave them the song All the Young Dudes. Bowie also. Mott The Hoople. The Best Of. Rock'n' Roll Circus. 2010 a Desert Island Collection. Music For Grown Ups. Mott the Hoople were a British rock band that was formed in 1968 in Herefordshire, England, near the Welsh border. They were led by Ian Hunter until his departure in 1974. The band itself broke up in 1976. The group is best known for the international hit single All the Young Dudes, written by David Bowie and featured in films such as 'Clueless' and 'Juno'. The band's name came from a novel, authored by Willard Manus, about a freak-show worker named Norman Mott. Mott the Hoople formed when Silence, a not-too-successful group from the Welsh border read more. Tracks 1 to 3 from the Island Records LP Mott The Hoople ILPS 9108. Tracks 4 to 6 from the Island Records LP Mad Shadows ILPS 9119. Tracks 7 to 9 from the Island Records LP Wildlife ILPS 9144. Track 10 from the Island Records 7 single Midnight Lady WIP 6105. Tracks 11 to 14 from the Island Records LP Brain Capers ILPS 9178. Tracks 15 to 18 from the Island Records LP Two Miles From Heaven IRSP 8. 바코드 및 기타 식별자. Walkin' With A Mountain: The Best Of Mott The Hoople, 1969-1972 CD, Comp. Island Masters , Island Masters. IMCD 87, 842 545-2. Midnight Lady Lyrics. Mott the Hoople Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album Leave a review. In the Know. All Music News . Popular Mott The Hoople Lyrics. Lou Reed. From Mott The Hoople, a band that had two lives: a collection drawn from their fist and most exciting one. By David Quantick 02 November 2018. Mott The Hoople: Mental Train - The Island Years 1969-71 deals. Mental Train - The Island. We check over 130 million products every day for the best prices. powered by. Mott The Hoople: Mental Train The Island Years 1969-1971. Mott The Hoople are likely best known for their post-meeting-Bowie career, where they certainly sold more records to a wider audience, but this disc represents their time, prior to meeting Mr Bowie, when they came perilously close to giving up. I caught them live in summer 1970, which would be during this period. A fine band they were, and indeed remained, throughout the successful years, but this record gives us the highlights of the early, less well known years, and mighty fine they are. Read the album title carefully - it's the Best of the Island Years 1969-1972. Read more. Published on 29 July 2006