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All The Young Dudes - Mott The Hoople - Live Dudes (CD, Album)

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  1. Jan 25,  · Flashback: Mott the Hoople Play a Glitzy “All the Young Dudes” in Ahead of the British glam-rockers’ first U.S. tour in 45 years, watch a vintage performance of their David Bowie.
  2. Mott the Hoople were about to disband, frustrated with poor sales and an inability to capture their live energy on record, when David Bowie, just about to launch into his “Ziggy Stardust” phase, offered to produce their next album, penning the title track that became one of .
  3. Just at the moment Mott the Hoople were calling it a day, David Bowie swooped in and convinced them to stick around. Bowie spearheaded an image makeover, urging them to glam themselves up. He gave them a surefire hit with "All the Young Dudes," had them cover his idol's "Sweet Jane," and produced All the Young Dudes, the album that was Brand: Music On Vinyl.
  4. The original release of “Mott the Hoople Live” always seemed like a great opportunity squandered; Ian Hunter and company sucking the fumes of desperation but not so punch drunk that they’d pass up a chance at the history books as the first rock and roll band to play on Broadway (the Uris Theatre in ), nor host an actual riot masquerading as a Hammersmith Odeon gig six months previous.
  5. Listen online to Mott the Hoople - All the Young Dudes and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists.
  6. This was a particularly generous gesture, as Mott had previously turned down Bowie's "Suffragette City" as insufficiently sophisticated. "All the Young Dudes" would go on to become the band's most successful single, just as the Bowie-produced album of the same name would resurrect Mott the Hoople's career.
  7. ALL THE YOUNG DUDES-MOTT THE HOOPLE Mott the hoople is a very obscure band from England. Not many people know about this great band, which I think is kind of sad because they are a very good band, and have some pretty good music. They are a band that David Bowie produces, and also writes some of the music.
  8. Mott the Hoople - All the Young Dudes Album Lyrics; 1. All the Way From Memphis: 2. All the Young Dudes: 3. All the Young Dudes (bonus track – David Bowie and Ian Hunter vocals) 4. Golden Age of Rock & Roll: 5. Honaloochie Boogie: 6. Honaloochie Boogie (demo / mix) 7. Hymn for the Dudes: 8. It’ll Be Me ( mix) 9. Jerkin' Crocus:
  9. All The Young Dudes was Mott the Hoople's breakthrough album. All the songs are classic, from the title track and "Sucker" to the original "Ready For Love". My 3rd favorite Mott album after Mott /5().

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