No Wheels To Ride - Mott The Hoople - Mad Shadows (CD, Album)


Download No Wheels To Ride - Mott The Hoople - Mad Shadows (CD, Album)
2005
Label: Wounded Bird Records - WOU 8272 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Classic Rock


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8 thoughts on “ No Wheels To Ride - Mott The Hoople - Mad Shadows (CD, Album)

  1. Mad Shadows has become my favorite Mott the Hoople album. 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?"/5(31).
  2. Mad Shadows has become my favorite Mott the Hoople album. 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?"/5(29).
  3. Mad Shadows isn't as festive and fun (nor as witty) as their critically acclaimed eponymous debut, but dig below the surface and you'll find an album of darker introspection with songs that get inside your head and work their magic after a few listens — especially the pensive ""No Wheels To Ride."".
  4. Apr 18,  · 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.4/5(58).
  5. Apr 18,  · 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.4/5().
  6. This two-on-one CD exemplifies quite clearly how inconsistent and unfocused Mott the Hoople was in their formative years. One has to wonder just how dedicated to this band producer Guy Stevens really was. Their self-entitled debut starts out with three cover songs, including an instrumental of "You Really Got Me" and immediately followed by Doug Sahm and Sonny Bono pieces.
  7. If Mott the Hoople's debut album cheerfully careened all over the place, their second, Mad Shadows, has one direction -- downward into dense idtetaptacoora.pehurasicatgandmulochanbuckcheckcont.cog out most of their humor and ratcheting up the volume, the group turns out seven songs that alternate between thundering rockers and .
  8. Mott The Hoople, now seeing Winwood's original title going free, immediately grabbed it for their own, So 'Mad Shadows' it was then and its title could not have been more appropriate. 'Mad Shadows' was a dark, unsettling work with a desperate edge which seemed to perfectly sum up a pretty turbulent period of emotional instability in Mott's life.

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