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Mott The Hoople - Mad Shadows album

Mott The Hoople - Mad Shadows album
Performer: Mott The Hoople
Title: Mad Shadows
Country: UK
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Classic Rock, Glam
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 101
Formats: AC3 AUD VQF FLAC MP4 DMF DTS
MP3 size: 1948 mb
FLAC size: 1413 mb

Tracklist

1 Thunderbuck Ram 4:51
2 No Wheels To Ride 6:02
3 You Are One Of Us 3:22
4 Walkin' With A Mountain 3:52
5 I Can Feel 7:15
6 Threads Of Iron 5:51
7 When My Mind's Gone 6:25
8 It Would Be A Pleasure
9 How Long (Death May Be Your Santa Claus)

Credits

  • Bass Guitar – Overend Watts
  • Design [Cover] – Ginny Smith, Pete Sanders*
  • Drums – Buffin
  • Engineer – Andrew Johns*
  • Guitar, Lead Vocals – Mick Ralphs
  • Organ – Verden Allen
  • Painting [Centre] – William Strutt
  • Percussion [Spiritual], Piano [Psychic] – Guy Stevens
  • Photography By [Front Cover] – Gabi Nasemann*
  • Piano, Lead Vocals – Ian Hunter
  • Producer – Guy Stevens

Notes

Originally released in 1970.

Replica from Japanese mini-vinyl papersleeve CD reissue, includes Japanese booklet and OBI.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 988005 435637
  • Matrix / Runout: [Universal logo] UICY-93103

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ILPS 9119, ILPS-9119 Mott The Hoople Mad Shadows ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Island Records, Island Records ILPS 9119, ILPS-9119 UK 1970
8272-2 Mott The Hoople Mad Shadows ‎(CD, Album) Atlantic 8272-2 US 1991
SJPCD158 Mott The Hoople Mad Shadows ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Angel Air Records SJPCD158 UK 2003
6339 006 Mott The Hoople Mad Shadows ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Island Records 6339 006 Germany 1970
SD 8272 Mott The Hoople Mad Shadows ‎(LP, Album, Promo, MO ) Atlantic SD 8272 US 1970


Mad Shadows noteworthy . This second album has some strong moments, and unlike their other long players, focuses completely on original material (although bit of the Stones and the Beatles show up), but along with a murky mix, this suffers from what plagued several of their albums, the inability to maintain the quality through both sides. Mott The Hoople- No Wheels to Ride (Studio Version) 5:55. Mott the Hoople - thunderbuck ram -(1970 - mad shadow). Mott The Hoople (1970) - Mad shadows - 05. I can feel.

Mad Shadows isn't as festive and fun (nor as witty) as their critically acclaimed 1969 eponymous debut, but dig below the surface and you'll find an album of darker introspection with songs that get inside your head and work their magic after a few listens - especially the pensive ""No Wheels To Ride. Upon its original release in 1970, Mott the Hoople's sophomore album was panned as sophomoric by many a music critic. Mad Shadows isn't as festive and fun (nor as witty) as their critically acclaimed 1969 eponymous debut, but dig below the surface and you'll find an album of darker introspection with songs that get inside your head and work their magic after a few listens - especially the pensive ""No Wheels To Ride.

Mott is a 1973 album by British band Mott the Hoople. It peaked at No. 7 in the UK Albums Chart. radio and captured the band overseas fans, as well as reaching the UK Singles Chart. The album featured different album covers in the .

Band Name Mott The Hoople. Album Name Mad Shadows. Erscheinungsdatum 1970. Labels Island Records. Musik GenreGlam Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen1. Re- Issue in 2003 by Angel Air Records with 2 bonustracks. 1. Thunderbuck Ram. 2. No Wheeles to Ride. 3. You Are One of Us. 4. Walkin' With a Mountain.

Mott the Hoople are an English rock band with strong R&B roots, popular in the glam rock era of the early to mid-1970s. They are best known for the song "All the Young Dudes", written for them by David Bowie and appearing on their 1972 album of the same name. Mott the Hoople were formed in 1966 as the Doc Thomas Group with Mick Ralphs on guitar, Stan Tippins on vocals, and Pete Overend Watts on bass.

It is often referred to as their darkest record, and after listening to Ian Hunter's haunting "When My Mind's Gone," you will understand why. The album is bookended by heavy rockers "Thunderbuck Ram" and the bonus track "How Long?" Psychedelic jams ("Threads of Iron") and country rock (the Mick Ralphs-penned and sung "It Would Be A Pleasure"), plus more hard rock ("Walking With a Mountain") await the listener between those two tracks  . Mott the Hoople was one of the best in an era full of greats, (1969-1974) and this little CD called "Mad Shadows" is evidence of that in spades.

If Mott the Hoople's debut album cheerfully careened all over the place, their second, Mad Shadows, has one direction - downward into dense murk. Cutting out most of their humor and ratcheting up the volume, the group turns out seven songs that alternate between thundering rockers and sludgy introspection. This all sounds good on paper, but Mad Shadows isn't a thrilling journey into the darkside, simply because the band and producer Guy Stevens are so unfocused that it barely holds together, despite such fine moments as the rampaging "Walkin' with a Mountain" and the.

Album by Mott the Hoople. No Wheels to Ride. Bonus Tracks from 2003 reissue. It Would Be a Pleasure. How Long? (Death May Be Your Santa Claus). MusicBrainz: Mad Shadows.

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