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Mott The Hoople

Mott the Hoople were one of the great also-rans in the history of rock & roll. Though Mott scored a number of album rock hits in the early '70s, the band never quite broke through into the mainstream. Nevertheless, their nasty fusion of heavy metal, glam rock, and Bob Dylan's sneering hipster cynicism provided the groundwork for many British punk bands, most notably the Clash. At the center of Mott the Hoople was lead vocalist/pianist Ian Hunter, a late addition to the band who developed into its focal point as his songwriting grew. Hunter was able to subvert rock & roll conventions with his lyrics, and the band -- led by guitarist Mick Ralphs -- had a tough, muscular sound that kept the group firmly in hard rock territory, even when flirting with homosexual imagery and glammy makeup. However, their lack of success meant that they inevitably splintered apart in the '70s, with Ralphs forming Bad Company and Hunter launching a cult solo career.

Mick Ralphs (lead guitar, vocal), Verden Allen (organ), Overend Pete Watts (bass), and Dale "Buffin" Griffin (drums) formed Silence in 1968 and began playing around their hometown of Hereford, England. Early in 1969, the band added vocalist Stan Tippens and landed a record contract with Island (Atlantic in the U.S.), heading to London to record with producer Guy Stevens, whose first move was to change the band's name to Mott the Hoople, after a Willard Manus novel. By the summer, Tippens was fired, later becoming the band's road manager, and was replaced by Ian Hunter. The eponymous debut album Mott the Hoople was released in the fall of 1969 and it became an underground hit, known for its fusion of Blonde on Blonde-era Dylan and heavy metal, as well for its straight cover of Sonny Bono's "Laugh at Me" and its pounding instrumental version of the Kinks' "You Really Got Me."

Despite all of the attention Mott the Hoople received, it didn't sell well and neither did its poorly reviewed 1970 follow-up, Mad Shadows. The band returned in 1971 with the country-tinged Wildlife, which was its least popular record to date. Despite their lack of sales, Mott the Hoople had gained a cult following in Britain through their constant touring. At a concert at the Royal Albert Hall in July 1971, the band sparked a mini-riot that led the venue to ban rock concerts for a number of years. More than any of their previous releases, Brain Capers (1971) demonstrated the band's live power, but when it failed to sell, the group was prepared to disband.

Just as the band was about to split, David Bowie intervened and convinced the group to stay together. Riding at the height of his Ziggy Stardust popularity, Bowie agreed to produce Mott's next album and offered "Suffragette City" for the bandmembers to record. They refused the song, asking for "Drive-In Saturday" instead. They eventually settled for "All the Young Dudes," which became the group's breakthrough hit. An explicitly gay anthem recorded by a heterosexual band, "All the Young Dudes" became the anthem for the glam rock era, becoming a number three hit in the U.K. and a Top 40 hit in the U.S. in the summer of 1972. An album of the same name was released on Columbia Records in the fall, and it became a hit in the U.K. and the U.S.

Allen left the band before the recording of the group's follow-up to All the Young Dudes, citing Hunter's reluctance to record his songs. A concept album about a rock band struggling for success, Mott, released in the summer 1973, expanded the band's success, receiving good reviews and peaking at number seven in Britain and number 35 in America. "All the Way from Memphis" and "Roll Away the Stone" became Top Ten hits in the U.K., confirming the band's status as one of the leaders of the glam rock movement. In the summer of 1974, Hunter published Diary of a Rock Star to great acclaim in the U.K.

While the bandmembers were finally experiencing the success that they had desired, the group was beginning to fall apart. Frustrated with Allen's departure, as well as the fact that his song "Can't Get Enough" was out of Hunter's range, Ralphs left Mott in late 1973 to form Bad Company with Paul Rodgers. He was replaced by former Spooky Tooth guitarist Luther Grosvenor, who changed his name to Ariel Bender upon joining the band; keyboardist Morgan Fisher also joined the group. The new lineup toured in late 1973, and the concerts were documented on 1974's Mott the Hoople Live. The live record was released after The Hoople appeared in the spring, peaking at 11 in the U.K. and 28 in the U.S. on the strength of the singles "The Golden Age of Rock & Roll" and "Foxy Foxy." Former Bowie guitarist Mick Ronson replaced Bender in the fall of 1974 upon Hunter's request. Within a few months, Hunter and Ronson left the band to begin working as a duo. The remaining members of Mott the Hoople added guitarist Ray Major and vocalist Nigel Benjamin, truncating their name to Mott. The new incarnation of the group released Drive On (1975) and Shouting and Pointing (1976) to little attention before adding John Fiddler as their lead singer and changing their name to British Lions. They split up two years later.

Though the allegiance between Ian Hunter and Mick Ronson was short-lived, it was well-received and the two would continue to sporadically work together until Ronson's death in 1993. Hunter pursued a moderately successful solo career, highlighted by his eponymous 1975 album and 1979's You're Never Alone with a Schizophrenic. Hunter's "Ships" was covered by Barry Manilow in 1975, while Great White took his "Once Bitten, Twice Shy" into the Top Ten in the early '90s. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Selected Discography


Track List: The Essential Mott The Hoople

Disc 1

9. All the Young Dudes

10. Momma's Little Jewel

12. Ready for Love / After Lights

13. Sucker

14. Sweet Jane

15. Violence

16. I Wish I Was Your Mother

17. Rose

Disc 2

1. All the Way from Memphis

2. Honaloochie Boogie

3. Whizz Kid

4. Hymn for the Dudes

5. The Golden Age of Rock 'n' Roll

6. Rest in Peace (Live)

7. Alice

8. Marionette (Live)

9. Crash Street Kids

10. Roll Away the Stone

11. Born Late '58

12. Where Do You All Come From (Non LP B-Side)

13. Through the Looking Glass

14. Foxy Foxy (Non LP Single)

15. (Do You Remember) The Saturday Gigs? (Alternate Version)

16. Lounge Lizard

17. American Pie / The Golden Age of Rock 'n' Roll (Live)


Track List: Live (Expanded Deluxe Edition)

Disc 1

1. Intro - Jupiter (From "The Planets") (Live)

2. American Pie/The Golden Age Of Rock 'n' Roll (Live)

3. Sucker (Live)

4. Roll Away The Stone/Sweet Jane (Live)

5. Rest In Peace (Live)

6. All The Way From Memphis (Live)

7. Born Late '58 (Live)

8. One Of The Boys (Live)

9. Hymn For The Dudes (Live)

10. Marionette (Live)

11. Drivin' Sister/Crash Street Kidds/Violence (Live)

12. All The Young Dudes (Live)

13. Walking With A Mountain (Live)

Disc 2

1. Jupiter (From "The Planets") (Live From Hammersmith)

2. Drivin' Sister (Live)

3. Sucker (Live)

4. Sweet Jane (Live)

5. Sweet Angeline (Live)

6. Rose (Live)

7. Roll Away The Stone (Live)

8. All The Young Dudes (Live From Hammersmith)

9. Medley: Jerkin' Crocus/ One Of The Boys/Rock 'n' Roll Queen/Get Back/Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin On/Violence(Live)

10. Walking With A Mountain (Live)


Track List: Rhino Hi-Five: Mott The Hoople

1. Death May Be Your Santa Claus

2. Whisky Women

3. Thunderbuck Ram

4. Walkin' With A Mountain

5. Rock And Roll Queen


Track List: Concert Anthology

Disc 1

1. Thunderbuck Ram (Live)

7. Hymn For The Dudes (Live)

8. Sweet Jane (Live)

9. All The Young Dudes (Live)

10. Death May Be Your Santa Claus

11. The Ballad Of Billy Joe

Disc 2

4. The Golden Age Of Rock 'N' Roll (Live)

5. Sucker (Live)

6. Rest In Peace (Live)

9. All The Way From Memphis (Live)

10. If Your Heart Lay With The Rebel

11. It Would Be A Pleasure


Track List: Brain Capers (US Release)

1. Death May Be Your Santa Claus

2. Your Own Backyard

3. Darkness Darkness

4. The Journey

5. Sweet Angeline

6. Second Love

7. The Moon Upstairs

8. The Wheel Of The Quivering Meat Conception


Track List: Super Hits

2. All The Young Dudes

3. One Of The Boys

4. Honaloochie Boogie

5. Sweet Jane

6. Jerkin' Crocus

7. Violence

8. Roll Away The Stone

9. Crash Street Kids

10. The Golden Age Of Rock 'n' Roll


Track List: Backsliding Fearlessly: The Early Years

1. Road To Birmingham

2. At The Crosswords

3. Laugh At Me

4. Backsliding Fearlessly (Single Version)

5. Angel Of Eighth Ave.

6. The Journey

7. Death May Be Your Santa Claus

8. The Moon Upstairs

9. Thunderbuck Ram

10. Walkin' With A Mountain

11. Going Home

12. Rock And Roll Queen

13. Little Christine

14. Whisky Women

15. When My Mind's Gone

16. Lay Down


Track List: The Ballad Of Mott: A Retrospective

Disc 1

1. Rock & Roll Queen

2. Walkin' With A Mountain

3. Waterlow

4. Sweet Angeline

5. All The Young Dudes

6. Momma's Little Jewel

7. One Of The Boys

8. Sucker

9. Sweet Jane

10. Sea Diver

11. Ready For Love / After Lights

12. Ballad Of Mott The Hoople

13. Drivin' Sister

14. Violence

15. Rose

16. I Wish I Was Your Mother

Disc 2

1. Honaloochie Boogie

2. All The Way From Memphis

3. Whizz Kid

4. Hymn For The Dudes

5. The Golden Age Of Rock 'N' Roll

6. Rest In Peace

7. Marionette

8. Crash Street Kidds

9. Born Late '58

10. Roll Away The Stone

11. Where Do You All Come From

12. Henry And The H-Bomb

13. Foxy Foxy

14. Saturday Gigs

15. Lounge Lizard

16. Through The Looking Glass

17. American Pie (Excerpt)


Track List: Shouting And Pointing

1. Shouting And Pointing

2. Collision Course

3. Storm

4. Career (No Such Thing As Rock 'N' Roll)

5. Hold On, You're Crazy

6. See You Again

7. Too Short Arms (I Don'T Care)

8. Broadside Outcasts

9. Good Times

10. Too Short Arms (I Don't Care) (Eddie Kramer/Electric Lady Mix)


Track List: Greatest Hits

1. All The Way From Memphis

2. Honaloochie Boogie

3. Hymn For The Dudes

4. Born Late 58

5. All The Young Dudes

6. Roll Away The Stone

7. Ballad Of Mott

8. The Golden Age Of Rock 'N' Roll

9. Foxy Foxy

10. Saturday Gigs


Track List: Drive On

1. By Tonight

2. Monte Carlo

3. She Does It

4. I'll Tell You Something

5. Stiff Upper Lip

6. Love Now

7. Apologies

8. The Great White Wail

9. Here We Are

10. It Takes One To Know One

11. I Can Show You How It Is


Track List: Mott The Hoople Live

1. All The Way From Memphis (Live)

2. Sucker (Live)

3. Rest In Peace (Live)

4. All The Young Dudes (Live)

5. Walking With A Mountain (Live)

6. Sweet Angeline (Live)

7. Rose (Live)

8. Medley (Live)


Track List: The Hoople (Remastered 2006)

1. The Golden Age Of Rock 'n' Roll

2. Marionette

3. Alice

4. Crash Street Kids

5. Born Late '58

6. Trudi's Song

7. Pearl 'n' Roy (England)

8. Through The Looking Glass

9. Roll Away The Stone

10. Where Do You All Come From (Non Lp B Side Of Roll Away The Stone)

11. Rest In Peace (Non Lp B Side Of The Golden Age Of Rock 'n' Roll)

12. Foxy Foxy (Non Lp Single A Side)

13. (Do You Remember) The Saturday Gigs (Non Lp Single A Side)

14. The Saturday Kids (Work In Progress Mixes)

15. Lounge Lizard (Aborted Single B Side)

16. American Pie/The Golden Age Of Rock 'n' Roll (Live From Broadway)


Track List: The Hoople

1. The Golden Age of Rock 'n' Roll

2. Marionette

3. Alice

4. Crash Street Kids

5. Born Late '58

6. Trudi's Song

7. Pearl 'N' Roy (England)

8. Through the Looking Glass

9. Roll Away the Stone


Track List: Mott

1. All The Way From Memphis

2. Whizz Kid

3. Hymn For The Dudes

4. Honaloochie Boogie

5. Violence

6. Drivin' Sister

7. Ballad Of Mott The Hoople

8. I'm A Cadillac / El Camino Dolo Roso

9. I Wish I Was Your Mother

10. Rose

11. Honaloochie Boogie (Demo)

12. Nightmare (Demo)

13. Drivin' Sister (Live)


Track List: Rock & Roll Queen

1. Rock And Roll Queen

2. The Wheel Of The Quivering Meat Conception

3. You Really Got Me

4. Thunderbuck Ram

5. Walkin' With A Mountain

6. Death May Be Your Santa Claus

7. Midnight Lady

8. Keep A'Knockin' (Live At Fairfield Halls, Croydon, London)


Track List: All The Young Dudes

1. Sweet Jane

2. Momma's Little Jewel

3. All The Young Dudes

4. Sucker

5. Jerkin' Crocus

6. One Of The Boys

7. Soft Ground

8. Ready For Love / After Lights

9. Sea Diver

10. One Of The Boys (Demo)

11. Black Scorpion (Demo)

12. Ride On The Sun (Demo)

13. One Of The Boys (UK Single Version)

14. All The Young Dudes

15. Sucker (Live)

16. Sweet Jane (Live)


Track List: Wildlife

1. Whisky Woman

2. Angel Of Eighth Avenue

3. Wrong Side Of The River

4. Waterlow

5. Lay Down

6. It Must Be Love

7. Original Mixed-Up Kid

8. Home Is Where I Want To Be

9. Keep'A Knockin'


Track List: Mott The Hoople

1. You Really Got Me

2. At The Crossroads

3. Laugh At Me

4. Backsliding Fearlessly

5. Rock And Roll Queen

6. Rabbit Foot And Toby Time

7. Half Moon Bay

8. Wrath And Wroll


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where is the album The Hoople
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Great to hear Roll Away The Stone; Always loved/still do - Mott The Hoople (& Ian Hunter), T. Rex...greats all & important contributors to r ' r! Thanks for super track pandora!!
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Mott the Hoople were one of the great also-rans in the history of rock & roll---that is a GREAT lead sentence, and so true on about 5 different levels. Having said that, their version of 'Sweet Jane' is pretty weak.
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In modern slang -- this album sucks
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RIP to both greats David and Mick. Lov ya brothers..
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Love early Mott- Mad Shadows is brilliant! Even with the squeaky bass drum! :)
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I came of age with MTH and Ian Hunter band. Saw the Welcome to the Club tour in SF in 80. Best gig ever. Just rediscovered Ian in the last few months and am just blown away by how he is still writing awesome stuff and rocking' the house. He's my Rock n Roll Hero. Long live Ian and RIP Mick, another iconic musician.
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Rock with heart. Love this stuff. Great, non-showy guitar from Mick R.
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Mott is my #1
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Got to see Mott at the Celebrity Theater in Phoenix AZ in 1974 was a great time they opened for Alvin Lee and Ten Years After, (RIP Mr. Lee you were one of the greats) !
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Shouting and Pointing best album they ever done
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RIP David of the best ever!!
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Saw Queen open for Mott in NYC and MTH left the building and never appeared.
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I saw Mott the Hopple and Queen on Broadway at the Uris Theater in the early '70's. Anyone else?
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Saw New York dolls open up for Ian hunter at klinhans in the sevenths and it was a good concert
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yea im one of the boys !!
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So much grittier than Melanie's soft version. As would be expected.
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Saw this band live in 1971 at Hereford Utd Football Ground...14 then...still lives in the memory as one of the best live acts ever!!
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After the Rolling Stones the best rock and roll band that ever lived there I said it
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all the young dudes saw them at masonic temple in Detroit Michigan in the 70's. I even remember what I wore, Harley Davidson muscle T, ripped bell bottom jeans and platform boots from flag brothers in Detroit oy yeh
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Lou Reed covers Sweet Jane, yes?
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Joe Elliott from Def Leppard has a solo band called the Down 'n' Outz who have two albums dedicated to the brilliance of this band.
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I was amazed I could add them to my pandora feed. Fell in love with Mott the Hooople in the late 70's, first to be different from everybody else that was listening to Boston and Kiss. Caught Hunter and Ronson in Cleveland about 78 or 79 for my fist concert ever (was 15). Awesome fun show.
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this is raw rock n roll the way it was meant to be heard no production , no overdubs,thi s is faces, humble pie,stooges, jgeils,stone s , aerosmith,tr e x , n e i l young, black crowes, kings...mott mick ralphs very underated guitarist bluesy mutha f er
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Who names a band Silence? Best move was changing to Mott the Hoople...lov e these guys!
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At The Crossroads-- - - w r i t t e n by Doug Sahm of the Sir Douglas Quintet. Great tune.
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Some of the coolest
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They were a great band, deserve more airplay.
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One of my favorite driving tunes is All the way from Memphis
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I wish I could be an also ran like the Hoople....on e of my songs played on a hit tv show for years and THE DUDES could have done the same.....Ian Hunter's Never alone with ....holds it's own too.....who did these guys piss off in the first place ???
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saw Mott the Hoople's reunion tour in London in '09 greatest two nights of my life. They carried Buffin on stage for the encore. He couldn't walk but he could kick the s**t out of those drums.
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i luv MTH!#1 fan from 1972.
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moderately succesfull solo career? I guess we base everything on sales, then, and not quality of music. Please. Ian Hunter is one of the greats in Rock and Roll, and should be in the Hall of Fame. He's one of the most intelligent songwriters the genre has ever had, and his work has gotten better as he's gotten older. His albums in the last ten/twelve years-- starting with 2001's RANT-- are perhaps his finest work. Ian Hunter is one of the greats.
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crash street kids another keeper
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I saw aerosmith open up for mott / arial bender was fighting for the front spotlight , sliding across the stage bumping ian hunter. they played marionetts the show was fabulous.act u a l y the second best concert i ever saw. i also saw ian hunter a few years back (2007) ? alsome!
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i love mott the hoople
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@dbrackvitch : Their harder/heavi e r songs would have been considered as heavy metal for that time period--if you've ever heard the Rock n Roll Queen compilation by the band, then you should understand the h.m. label.
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Albert Hall 1971 - still got the ticket!
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Sweet Jane was never sweeter until Mott.
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Love this band. Not necessarily all of its music but the musicians in it. Wish Pandora had albums from Ariel Bender's band Widow Maker. Great live band, great first record. Never saw Mott the Hoople but got to see 'Mott open for Kiss in 1976. Also saw Mick Ronson on Dylan's Rolling Thunder Reveue Tour.
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mott the hoople... it says it in their name... whatever. i was lucky to live it live!!! people don't GET IT! niiiice.God bless america
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Also Rans? Screw you Jack
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"Mott the Hoople Live" - One of the best LPs EVER. Along with Led Zeppelin and Alex Harvey live.
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I would never consider a band with such great songs and deep influence as also rans. I never got to see Mott the Hoople but did see Mott open for Kiss on 11/6/76. Really fun. Also had the privilege of seeing some of the Hoople members in other bands (Including Bob Dylan's Rolling Thunder Revue) or as solo artists (Ariel Bender's Widow Maker).
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Saying that Mott's version of Sweet Jane was better than Velvet Underground' s is lunacy. Seriously, stop it.
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One of the best shows I ever saw was these guys, the Kinks and Grand Funk Railroad, 2 nites in a row. Mott the Hoople blew the Kinks away doin You really got me. Awesome
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How/why do they describe this band as part heavy metal? Are you kidding???

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