8 thoughts on “ Ballad Of Mott (March 26th 1972 Zurich) - Mott The Hoople - Mott (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  • Lyrics to "Ballad Of Mott (March 26th Zurich)" by MOTT THE HOOPLE: I changed my name in search of fame / To find the midas touch / Oh I wish i'd never wanted then / What I want now twice as much / We crossed the mighty oceans / And we had a few divides / But we never crossed emotion / For we felt too much insid.
  • Mott The Hoople - Mott LP vinyl record for sale. Get the self titled album Mott, from the band Mott The Hoople, for sale on vinyl record.
  • Mott the Hoople - Ballad Of Mott (March 26th Zurich) lyrics. Ballad Of Mott (March 26th Zurich) by Mott the Hoople (Ian Hunter/Overend Watts/Mick Ralphs/Verden Allen/Dale Griffin) I changed my name in search of fame. To find the Midas touch. Oh I wish I'd never wanted then.
  • After `Mott' it would never be the same and the band would dissolve within two years of the record's release. The album kicks off with one of Mott the Hoople's very best, "All the Way from Memphis" which is a tour-de-force of classic rock n'roll. All members are in full stride here especially Ralph's who flashes a Stonesy guitar sound/5(37).
  • MOTT THE HOOPLE. Ballad Of Mott (March 26 Zurich) Greatest Hits. Roll Away The Stone The Golden Age Of Rock N Roll UK £, extra copies add £0 per item. UK Parcel Force 48 hour £, extra copies add £ per floodmomorilesisleryguangjewabne.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  • Ballad Of Mott (March 26th Zurich) See more tracks depth of expression, timely themes and an artistic way of mixing these qualities on record. In terms of my own bias, Mott the Hoople has been the most productive band of the last three years, with only the Rolling Stones—a significant source of inspiration for Mott—in the.
  • Introduction. Mott The Hoople recorded seven studio albums and one live album between and Since then any number of compilations have been released, and these days it seems there is a new release of some sort every few months.

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