Roll Away The Stone - Mott The Hoople - The Hoople (CD, Album)

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  1. UK CD: "THE BEST OF MOTT THE HOOPLE" (K-TEL ECD ) Tracks: All The Young Dudes / All The Way From Memphis / *She's A Star / Honaloochie Boogie / *Steamer / *Forgotten Dream / Roll Away The Stone / *Shadows Of Yesterday / *Yes / Saturday Gigs / Foxy Foxy / Golden Age Of Rock N Roll - the five songs marked * were written by Danny McCulloch and Gerry Chapman who reportedly .
  2. It has all the singles (including the single version of Roll Away The Stone), and a good selection of album tracks. Unusually for an Mott The Hoople compilation there are also a few live tracks as well. A welcome surprise is the presence of some post-Hunter MOTT tracks, although the absence of solo Hunter tracks seems strange.
  3. Rock and Roll Queen is a compilation album by the British rock band Mott the Hoople. The album predominantly features selections from the four albums Mott recorded for Island Records in the UK, which were subsequently issued in the US by Atlantic Records.
  4. The album is topped and tailed by the two hit singles, opening track "The Golden Age Of Rock `n' Roll" with its pseudo Alan Freed introduction with Ariel Bender's manic guitar solo in the middle, giving the album a rousing beginning; and then closing with the Mott anthem "Roll Away The Stone"/5(13).
  5. Apr 21,  · Chris Willman Ian Hunter borrowed a bit of Easter imagery for “Roll Away the Stone,” the closing number from Mott the Hoople ’s final studio album in .
  6. If you see any errors or omissions in the CD information shown above, either in the musician credits or song listings (cover song credits, live tracks, etc.), please post them in the corrections section of the Heavy Harmonies forum/message board. The music discographies on this site are works in progress.
  7. The Hoople is the seventh studio album by British rock band Mott the Hoople. The album peaked in the UK Albums Chart at No. 11, whilst its highest chart rating in the US was No. A remastered and expanded version was released by Sony BMG on the Columbia Legacy label in Europe in
  8. Mott was so good that the sequel, appropriately named The Hoople, has been unfairly dismissed as not living up to the group's, it doesn't compare to its predecessor, but most records don't. The bigger problem is that Mick Ralphs chose to leave during the supporting tour for Mott, leaving Ian Hunter as the undisputed leader of the group and subtly changing the character of the band's 9/

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