All The Young Dudes (Re-Issue) mp3 Album by Mott The Hoople

All The Young Dudes (Re-Issue)by Mott The Hoople

  • 16 Tracks
  • 320 kbps
  • 1:12:41


1.Sweet Jane4:21
2.Momma's Little Jewel4:27
3.All the Young Dudes3:31
5.Jerkin' Crocus4:01
6.One of the Boys6:46
7.Soft Ground3:18
8.Ready for Love + After Lights6:46
9.Sea Diver2:54
10.One of the Boys (demo)4:16
11.Black Scorpio (demo of "Momma's Little Jewel")3:34
12.Ride on the Sun (demo of "Sea Diver")3:35
13.One of the Boys (UK single version)4:20
14.All the Young Dudes (bonus track - David Bowie and Ian Hunter vocals)4:23
15.Sucker (live at Hammersmith Odeon 1973)6:28
16.Sweet Jane (live at Hammersmith Odeon 1973)5:01

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Robert McGough
This was a golden age for glam type rockers Like(T.Rex-Sweet-David Bowie)and Mott The Hoople wanted to break in also, they really haven't had much success in the United States so wanted to have slice of the pie. They got David Bowie to produce the album and also to write the title track which became an anthem for the 70's youth, me being one of them. This was the best Mott album hands down and the most commercial. With the (Lou Reed) song a old Velvet Underground- tune this was a great kick off to a rock and rolling album, by the way this was a far better version the Velvet Undergrounds. Mother's Little jewel and One Of The boys are two of the best rockers off the album, the guitar work from Mick Ralphs and Ian Hunter's voice combined was a force to be reckoned with. The Title track is the best song from them ever-Rock And Roll classic. Ready For Love / After Lights is a Mick Ralphs tune and a great one also and latter when joining Bad Company it is on the first album in a little slower style. The songs Sucker & Jerkin' Crocus are fun rocking tunes. With the re-issue edition you get Bowie joining them live which is great, it is at the Hammersmith Odeon and also some demo songs thrown in for good measure. This is a great album and a wonderful time in music with David Bowie producing and a Lou Reed song , this a magical album all around good rock and roll, great 70's glam years. Later Ian Hunter goes solo and Mick joins Bad Company so we had some greatness from this album, so don't let this one slip by you , rediscover a great rock and roll band. 1972 was a good year.