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Laugh At Me - Mott The Hoople - Mott The Hoople (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. You Really Got Me (Ray Davies) (Instrumental) At the Crossroads (Doug Sahm) Leaving me girl and moving on down the road You left me many burdens such a heavy load And it sure does bring me out when I think about what went down Well the crossroads all my life it has been And I'm so afraid but now I'm trying to see I just rode on through life till I took the time to concentrate on you Well you.
  2. Jan 25,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Hoople on Discogs. Label: CBS - S ,CBS - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Glam4/5().
  3. This item: Mott The Hoople [VINYL] by Mott the Hoople Vinyl £ Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). Laugh at Me. Laugh at Me. Not Available 4: Backsliding Fearlessly (Single Version) (also a Mott the Hoople) album and was also cover damaged, I repaired but it is not a pristine new album/5(10).
  4. I could have spared us the trouble if I'd been listening to the lyrics, which were those of Sonny Bono's immortal protest classic "Laugh At Me." And it wasn't a Highway outtake at all; it was Mott the Hoople. Mott the Hoople is a synthetic rock band. By that I certainly do not mean that they're phony.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CTH Vinyl release of Mott The Hoople on Discogs/5(51).
  6. Mott the Hoople is the self-titled debut studio album by the band of the same name. It was produced by Guy Stevens and released in by Island Records in the UK (cat. no. ILPS ), and in by Atlantic Records in the US (cat. no. SD ). It was subsequently re-released by Angel Air .
  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 /5(6).
  8. Review. Mott's first album is always a delight to listen to. A healthy mixture of covers and originals, it opens with an instrumental cover of the Kinks' You Really Got evapirisoxafciteconsguamopum.xyzinfo more covers follow, Doug Sahm's At The Crossorads and Sonny Bono's Laugh At Me, both highlighting the fact that in the early days Ian Hunter's vocal delivery was influenced by Bob Dylan - indeed Dylan fan Lester Bangs.

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