Mott The Hoople - Mad Shadows mp3 album
Mad Shadows was the second album by Mott the Hoople. It was recorded in 1970 and released in the UK on Island Records in September 1970 (catalogue number ILPS 9119) and in the US by Atlantic Records (cat. no. SD 8272). It was subsequently re-released by Angel Air in 2003 (SJPCD158). As with their debut album, it was produced by Guy Stevens. The original pressing reached No. 48 in the UK Albums Chart in October 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 was the second album by Mott the Hoople. As with their debut album, it was produced by Guy Stevens Contents.
Band Name Mott The Hoople. Album Name Mad Shadows. Data de lançamento 1970. Labels Island Records. Estilo de MúsicaGlam Rock. Membros têm este álbum1. Re- Issue in 2003 by Angel Air Records with 2 bonustracks. 1. Thunderbuck Ram. 2. No Wheeles to Ride.
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. As with their debut album, it was produced by Guy Stevens Mad Shadows. Studio album by. Mott the Hoople.
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.
|A2||No Wheels To Hide|
|A3||I Can Feel|
|B1||You Are One Of Us|
|B2||Walkin' With A Mountain|
|B3||Threads Of Iron|
|B4||When My Minds Gone|
- Manufactured By – Precision Tapes Ltd.
- Distributed By – Precision Tapes Ltd.
- Published By – Blue Mountain Music
- Engineer – Andrew Johns*
- Producer – Guy Stevens
- Written-By – Hunter* (tracks: A2 to B1, B3), Ralphs* (tracks: A1, B2)
Notes1st UK cassette release, appearing on the 1st volume of The Island Book Of Records, released on July 1971.
Different track order to vinyl
A2 incorrectly titled "No Wheels To Hide" instead of "No Wheels To Ride"
The picture in the inner inlay refers to King Crimson.
|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|