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  1. Mott the Hoople war eine britische Rockband, die in den 1970er Jahren erfolgreich war. 1974 formierte sich die Band als Mott neu, 1976 als British Lions. 1980 löste sich die Gruppe auf. 2009 und 2013 traten die Gründer von Mott the Hoople wieder zusammen auf.

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  3. 05/07/2022 · Mott the Hoople released their eponymous debut album – a strutting hard-rock effort with more swagger than polish – in November 1969. It was a minor success that earned them a cult following ...

  4. 14/05/2022 · Listen to Mott the Hoople's 'All the Young Dudes' Bowie manager Tony Defries booked time on May 14, 1972, in Studio 2 at Olympic Studios in London, where “Bowie played it to us, and we played it ...

  5. 03/06/2022 · ‘Shelia Take a Bow’ was a logical extension of those sounds, and Marr wasn’t shy about hiding where he got the inspiration from. “I was going for a Mott the Hoople sound, but it ended up like Mott the Hoople as performed by the Salvation Army Band. Which is very Smiths,” Marr observed in the book Songs That Saved Your Life.

  6. 04/06/2022 · Brian May is on record as saying that Mott The Hoople were a big influence on Queen. Regards Bowie, the story has it that MTH were the verge of calling it a day until he persuaded them to carry on, 'Dudes' for them. I saw MTH in London in '72 and they were supported by a prog-rock band called 'Home', who quickly became one of my favourite bands.

  7. The group then added singer Ian Hunter, became Mott the Hoople, and, taking the advice of manager Guy Stevens, Pete Watts adopted the stage name Overend Watts. [3] [4] Following the departure of Ian Hunter and Mick Ronson from the band, in 1974, the remaining members of Mott the Hoople recruited relative unknowns Ray Major, on guitar, and Nigel Benjamin, on vocals. [6]