Mott The Hoople

Happy birthday Bill Wyman (The Rolling Stones) (1939), Dale “Buffin” Griffin (Mott The Hoople) (1948) and producer Ted Templeman (1944) – who was also in Harper’s Bizarre.

Let’s go with Mott The Hoople today!  Named from a novel by Willard Manus, Mott were always a good band, although they were popular in England (almost on a Rolling Stones level) they were practically unknown in the US prior to their hooking up with David Bowie in 1972.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mott_the_Hoople

7″                    ALL THE WAY FROM MEMPHIS                                       CBS UK                 SCBS 1764       1973

1973 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

BD                   ALL THE YOUNG DUDES (BD)                                           SONY JPN             SICP 30089      1972

2013 16 TRKS stereo BSCD2 Glam Rock

 

7″                    ALL THE YOUNG DUDES (US 45) re-issue                       COLUMBIA US     13-33249         1973

1973 2 TRKS no pic sleeve, re-issue

 

LP                    ALL THE YOUNG DUDES (US)                                            COLUMBIA US     PC 31750         1972

1972 10 TRKS stereo LP

7″                    ALL THE YOUNG DUDES / ONE OF THE BOYS                 CBS UK                 CBS S 8271      1972

1972 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

DVD                BALLAD OF MOTT THE HOOPLE, THE (DVD)                  START US             STADVD002     2011

2011 110m feature length documentary

 

CD                   BALLAD OF MOTT: A RETROSPECTIVE (US)                    COLUMBIA US     C2K 46973       1993

1993 Stereo 2CD collection, UK Glam Rock

 

CD                   BALLAD OF, THE                                                                SONY JPN             SICP-3464        2012

2012 16 TRKS stereo CD kami sleeve collection

 

CD                   BRAIN CAPERS                                                                   ANGEL AIR UK     SJPCD 160        1971

2003 10 TRKS stereo CD 2 x bonus tracks

LP                    BRAIN CAPERS (Can)                                                         ISLAND CAN        ILPS 9178         1974

1974 8 TRKS stereo LP

 

CD                   COLLECTIONS                                                                     SONY EU              70142.2           1997

1997 10 TRKS stereo CD collection

 

7″                    DOWNTOWN / HOME                                                      ISLAND UK           WIP 6112         1971

1971 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

7″                    FOXY, FOXY / TRUDI’S SONG                                           CBS UK                 S CBS 2439      1974

1974 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

CD                   FRIENDS AND RELATIVES                                                  EAGLE US             EDGCD 104      1999

1999 26 TRKS stereo 2CD compilation

 

7″                    GOLDEN AGE OF ROCK ‘N’ ROLL (US)                             COLUMBIA US     4-46035           1974

1974 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

CD                   GOOSEBERRY SESSIONS, THE                                           ANGEL AIR UK     SJPCD 054        2000

2000 22 TRKS stereo CD collection

 

CD                   GREATEST HITS                                                                  CBS / SONY JPN  MHCP 1067     1975

2006 12 TRKS stereo CD kami sleeve, 2 x bonus tracks

LP                    GREATEST HITS (US)                                                          COLUMBIA US     PC 34368         1976

1976 10 TRKS stereo LP collection

 

7″                    HONALOOCHIE BOOGIE / ROSE (US)                              COLUMBIA US     4-45882           1973

1973 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

LP                    HOOPLE, THE                                                                     CBS UK                 69062               1974

1974 9 TRKS stereo LP

 

CD                   MAD SHADOWS                                                                ANGEL AIR UK     SJPCD 158        1970

2003 9 TRKS stereo CD 2 x bonus tracks

LP                    MAD SHADOWS (Can)                                                     ISLAND CAN        ILPS 9119         1970

1974 7 TRKS stereo LP

 

7″                    MIDNIGHT LADY / DEBT, THE                                           ISLAND UK           WIP 6105         1971

1971 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

CD                   MOTT (US)                                                                          COLUMBIA US     CK 32425         1973

1988 9 TRKS stereo CD

 

CD                   MOTT THE HOOPLE                                                           ANGEL AIR UK     SJPCD 157        1969

2003 10 TRKS stereo CD 2 x bonus tracks

LP                    MOTT THE HOOPLE (US)                                                  ATLANTIC US       SD 8258           1969

1969 8 TRKS stereo LP debut

 

LP                    POP CHRONIK (DE)                                                           ISLAND DE           88292 XCT

1974               1974? 17 TRKS stereo 2LP collection

 

LP                    ROCK AND ROLL QUEEN                                                   ISLAND UK           ILPS 9215         1972

1972 8 TRKS stereo LP collection

 

7″                    ROCK AND ROLL QUEEN (US) promo                             ATLANTIC US       45-2749           1969

1969 2 TRKS no pic sleeve, promo-only

7″                    ROCK AND ROLL QUEEN / ROAD TO BIRMINGHAM     ISLAND UK           WIP 6072         1969

1969 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

CD                   ROCK ‘N’ ROLL CIRCUS – LIVE                                           TSOL JPN              GQCP-10002   1972

2007 11 TRKS stereo CD kami sleeve

 

7″                    ROLL AWAY THE STONE (US)                                           COLUMBIA US     4-45076           1974

1974 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

7″                    SATURDAY GIG                                                                  CBS UK                 S CBS 2754      1974

1974 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

CD                   THE HOOPLE (US)                                                              COLUMBIA US     CK 32871

1974               1988? 9 TRKS stereo CD

 

CD                   WILDLIFE                                                                             ANGEL AIR UK     SJPCD 159        1970

2003 11 TRKS stereo CD 2 x bonus tracks

LP                    WILDLIFE (US)                                                                    ATLANTIC US       SD 8284           1971

1971 9 TRKS stereo LP

Steve Miller Band – The Sweet

Happy birthday Steve Miller (The Steve Miller Band) (1943), Brian Connolly (of The Sweet) (1948) and Bob Geldof (Boomtown Rats) (1954).  “Love Me Do” by The Beatles is released today in 1962.  My older brother & sisters made sure I heard The Beatles.

I remember hearing The Steve Miller Band on the AM radio, when I was about 10 years old.  I had seen the LP “Sailor” at the hippie record store here in Long Beach.  I found the 45 of “Living In The USA” @ Wallach’s Music City.  Much later on (the 80’s?) I became aware of Steve Miller’s attitude towards it being a “music Business” and how he navigated it.

I did not like The Sweet when I was in high school.  I still don’t like some of the hit singles (“Little Willy”?).  But the LP’s & B Sides had some material that was more interesting.  It’s like they were a heavy metal band that nobody had ever heard of!  I guess the 2 surviving members of The Sweet are really getting older now.

Bay City Rollers

Happy birthday Stuart “Woody” Wood (Bay City Rollers) (1957)

I am not a big expert on the B.C.R., but I do like them!

LP                BAY CITY ROLLERS (“Saturday Night”) (US)    ARISTA US             AL 4049           1975

1975 11 TRKS stereo LP

 

LP                DEDICATION                                                           ARISTA JPN           IES 80646       1976

1976 10 TRKS stereo LP insert

 

CD               DEFINITIVE COLLECTION, THE                         ARISTA US             14613.2           2000

2000 20 TRKS stereo CD Glam Rock

 

7″                 GIVE A LITTLE LOVE                                             BELL UK                 BELL 1425      1975

1975 2 TRKS no pic sleeve, glam rock

 

7″                 HELLO AND WELCOME HOME                          ARISTA US             AS 0476           1979

1979 2 TRKS no pic sleeve, promo

 

7″                 I ONLY WANNA BE WITH YOU                            BELL UK                 BELL 1493      1976

1976 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

CD               IT’S A GAME                                                             ARISTA JPN           BVCM-35532  1977

2008 11 TRKS stereo CD Kami sleeve

LP                IT’S A GAME (US)                                                   ARISTA US             AL 7004           1977

1977 10 TRKS stereo LP

 

7″                 IT’S A GAME / DANCE DANCE DANCE             ARISTA UK             ARISTA 108    1977

1977 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

7″                 MONEY HONEY (PS)                                             ARISTA JPN           IER-10924       1975

1975 2 TRKS with pic sleeve

 

7″                 NO DOUBT ABOUT IT                                            EPIC UK                  EPCA 1402     1981

1981 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

LP                ONCE UPON A STAR                                            BELL UK                 SYBEL 8001   1975

1975 12 TRKS stereo LP multi-part cover

LP                ONCE UPON A STAR single sleeve                   BELL UK                 SYBEL 8001   1975

1975 12 TRKS stereo LP single sleeve cover

 

LP                RICOCHET                                                               CBS / SONY JPN   25AP 1996      1981

1981 11 TRKS stereo LP insert

 

LP                ROCK N’ ROLL LOVE LETTER (US)                   ARISTA US             AL 4073           1976

1976 11 TRKS stereo LP

 

LP                ROLLIN’                                                                     BELL UK                 BELLS 244      1974

1974 12 TRKS stereo LP

 

7″                 SUMMERLOVE SENSATION                               BELL UK                 BELL 1369      1974

1974 2 TRKS no pic sleeve, glam rock

 

7″                 WE CAN MAKE MUSIC                                         BELL UK                 BELL 1220      1972

1972 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

LP                WOULDN’T YOU LIKE IT                                       ARISTA JPN           IES-80450       1975

1973 13 TRKS stereo LP insert

T. Rex

Happy birthday singer Edwin Starr (“War”) (1942) and singer – songwriter Richie Havens (1941).

I haven’t been in a real record store since David Bowie died. No, I don’t need to buy any David Bowie LP’s, as I already have originals of most of ‘em. But today, let’s remember Marc Bolan and T. Rex!

Oh, man! I was probably 13 or 14 years old when I walked into the hippie record store and heard “Electric Warrior” being played. As I recall, it wasn’t a $5.98 LP, it was a $4.98 LP, discounted to $3.98 – with a dollar off that, as it was a new release. So, a whole new avenue for $2.99? Sure!

I later met people who took Marc Bolan VERY seriously. I did read his schedule book, about how there were never marketing meetings etc.

The original U.K. “Electric Warrior” was a single sleeve, came with a poster & a custom innersleeve; the Japanese have lovingly re-created an original UK LP package, as a paper sleeve (kami sleeve) CD. I also remember being in a stupid record store (a Wherehouse?) and seeing an SA-CD of “Electric Warrior” for something like $19.99! I am mostly unconcerned with the 5.1 mix of this album, and YES – I do own a DVD-A of it for that purpose.

The people who take Marc Bolan way too seriously are kinda amusing. I mean, I think both “Electric Warrior” and “The Slider” are wonderful, but my opinion of T. Rex does not extend to “Tanx”, which I found to be a bit ‘anemic’. Never sat through any of the other later whole albums. I do like the “Great Hits” CD, it picks up whatever you might want from other than “Electric Warrior” and “The Slider”.

But I mean, really, Marc on Wax label stuff? Mark Bolan sneezed – and it was beautiful! Marc Bolan cleared his throat – and it was beautiful! C’mon, people!

David Bowie – “Ziggy Stardust” LP / CD / SA-CD etc.

Happy birthday keyboard player George Duke (1946) and Long John Baldry (1941).

David Bowie “Ziggy Stardust”

My history with the above named LP / CD is a long & complicated one. I bought the LP when it was a new release in the summer of 1972; RCA Records had previously given away a free 45 EP, so I knew what to expect. It was my first David Bowie LP…of course, I needed to find his Deram Records label debut LP, which was not so easy in 1972/3/4 etc.

Later on, I had to get a UK RCA Records LP of “Ziggy”; actually I think my first non-US copy was a German RCA LP. It cost $4.99 at the time, money I should’ve probably spent on Arthur Brown (or Tony Newley). Many years later, I had to have a CD of it, on RCA Records. Then a re-mastered CD on Virgin; or more accurately, Toshiba Japan (kami sleeve). The movie for the concert came and went, I think I got a DVD of it.

Then I needed the 5.1 SA-CD of it – not an easy item to obtain in 2009. And somewhere in there, I got a Rykodisc CD of it – ostensibly for the bonus tracks.

And no word yet on if I’m done buying this 1972 chestnut! What can they do next? Another 5.1 mix on a DVD-A or Blu-ray (or BSCD2)? Or – more likely – another LP of it, with a nice fold-out cover, like the German LP I found. Probably, Virgin Japan could favor us with a new LP version. After all, it’s 45th anniversary is marching to the front as I type! 50th anniversary right behind that!

Help! I am buying a record / CD again that…that…I don’t really want to keep buying! The 5.1 SA-CD will suffice for now, if I am allowed to keep the Rykodisc version – for the bonus tracks. I can lick my lips, and say I’m glad to own those two, together with a US RCA LP of it (which has a nice innersleeve).

So, at least for David Bowie, this is an LP / CD I don’t NEED to keep buying. Unless they want to say that the DVD I got some time ago isn’t somehow definitive and “Ziggy” will be issued as a CD + DVD for one of it’s anniversaries etc.

Bay City Rollers

Happy birthday to South African keyboardist Manfred Mann (1941), Memphis guitarist Steve Cropper (1941) and Scottish singer Eric Faulkner (of the The Bay City Rollers) (1955).

Yes, I own records by The Bay City Rollers! I even saw ‘em live at The Roxy Theatre in Hollywood ( long, long ago! ). The Rollers were HUGE in Japan!

 

LP            BAY CITY ROLLERS (“Saturday Night”) (US)                ARISTA US   AL 4049

1975 11 TRKS stereo LP

 

LP            DEDICATION                                           ARISTA JPN                    IES 80646

1976 10 TRKS stereo LP insert

 

CD            DEFINITIVE COLLECTION, THE                ARISTA US  14613.2

2000 20 TRKS stereo CD Glam Rock

 

7″             GIVE A LITTLE LOVE                               BELL UK     BELL 1425

1975 2 TRKS no pic sleeve, glam rock

 

7″             HELLO AND WELCOME HOME                ARISTA US  AS 0476

1979 2 TRKS no pic sleeve, promo

 

7″             I ONLY WANNA BE WITH YOU                 BELL UK     BELL 1493

1976 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

CD            IT’S A GAME                                           ARISTA JPN                    BVCM-35532

2008 11 TRKS stereo CD Kami sleeve

LP            IT’S A GAME (US)                                    ARISTA US  AL 7004

1977 10 TRKS stereo LP

 

7″             IT’S A GAME / DANCE DANCE DANCE    ARISTA UK  ARISTA 108

1977 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

7″             MONEY HONEY (PS)                               ARISTA JPN                    IER-10924

1975 2 TRKS with pic sleeve

 

7″             NO DOUBT ABOUT IT                              EPIC UK      EPCA 1402

1981 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

LP            ONCE UPON A STAR                               BELL UK     SYBEL 8001

1975 12 TRKS stereo LP multi-part cover

LP            ONCE UPON A STAR single sleeve          BELL UK     SYBEL 8001

1975 12 TRKS stereo LP single sleeve cover

 

LP            ROCK N’ ROLL LOVE LETTER (US)          ARISTA US  AL 4073

1976 11 TRKS stereo LP

 

LP            ROLLIN’                                                   BELL UK     BELLS 244

1974 12 TRKS stereo LP

 

7″             SUMMERLOVE SENSATION                    BELL UK     BELL 1369

1974 2 TRKS no pic sleeve, glam rock

 

LP            WOULDN’T YOU LIKE IT                           ARISTA JPN                    IES-80450

1973 13 TRKS stereo LP insert

Mott The Hoople

Happy birthday to Pete “Overend” Watts (of Mott The Hoople) (1947); R&B singer / songwriter Stevie Wonder (1950); singer / songwriter Ritchie Valens (1941)!

Can’t say much about Stevie Wonder or Ritchie Valens, but…I do enjoy Mott The Hoople!

Interesting story, Mott The Hoople. Why weren’t they as big as The Rolling Stones? And Guy Stevens? Wow, sounds like a lot of work to get the Hoople boys all worked up!

And one must regard the Island / Atlantic LP’s as a slightly different band than the CBS / Columbia material. Certainly their fortunes all changed, once Mr. Bowie took an interest in them. Alas, he had his own career to consider, so he didn’t remain their patron for very long. And lately, I am (finally) getting into Ian Hunter’s solo career!

 

CD               MOTT THE HOOPLE                                                              ANGEL AIR UK      SJPCD 157    2003 10 TRKS stereo CD 2 x bonus tracks

LP                MOTT THE HOOPLE (US)                                                     ATLANTIC US        SD 8258         1969 8 TRKS stereo LP debut

7″                 ROCK AND ROLL QUEEN / ROAD TO BIRMINGHAM     ISLAND UK            WIP 6072       1969 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

7″                 ROCK AND ROLL QUEEN promo                                       ATLANTIC US        45-2749          1969 2 TRKS no pic sleeve, promo-only

 

CD               MAD SHADOWS                                                                     ANGEL AIR UK      SJPCD 158    2003 9 TRKS stereo CD 2 x bonus tracks

LP                MAD SHADOWS                                                                     ISLAND CAN         ILPS 9119      1974 7 TRKS stereo LP

 

CD               WILDLIFE                                                                                 ANGEL AIR UK      SJPCD 159    2003 11 TRKS stereo CD 2 x bonus tracks

LP                WILDLIFE (US)                                                                        ATLANTIC US        SD 8284         1971 9 TRKS stereo LP

 

CD               BRAIN CAPERS                                                                      ANGEL AIR UK      SJPCD 160    2003 10 TRKS stereo CD 2 x bonus tracks

LP                BRAIN CAPERS                                                                      ISLAND CAN         ILPS 9178      1974 8 TRKS stereo LP

7″                 DOWNTOWN / HOME                                                            ISLAND UK            WIP 6112       1971 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

7″                 MIDNIGHT LADY / DEBT, THE                                             ISLAND UK            WIP 6105       1971 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

LP                ROCK AND ROLL QUEEN                                                    ISLAND UK            ILPS 9215      1972 8 TRKS stereo LP collection

 

LP                POP CHRONIK                                                                        ISLAND DE            88292 XCT    1974? 17 TRKS stereo 2LP collection

 

 

LP                ALL THE YOUNG DUDES                                                     COLUMBIA US      PC 31750       1972 10 TRKS stereo LP

BD               ALL THE YOUNG DUDES (BD)                                           SONY JPN              SICP 30089   2013 16 TRKS Stereo BSCD2 Glam Rock

7″                 ALL THE YOUNG DUDES / ONE OF THE BOYS              CBS UK                   CBS S 8271   1972 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

7″                 ALL THE YOUNG DUDES re-issue                                     COLUMBIA US      13-33249       1973 2 TRKS no pic sleeve, re-issue

7″                 HONALOOCHIE BOOGIE / ROSE                                        COLUMBIA US      4-45882          1973 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

CD               MOTT                                                                                         COLUMBIA US      CK 32425       1988 9 TRKS stereo CD

7″                 FOXY, FOXY / TRUDI’S SONG                                              CBS UK                   S CBS 2439   1974 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

7″                 GOLDEN AGE OF ROCK ‘N’ ROLL                                      COLUMBIA US      4-46035          1974 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

LP                HOOPLE, THE                                                                         CBS UK                   69062             1974 9 TRKS stereo LP

7″                 ROLL AWAY THE STONE                                                     COLUMBIA US      4-45076          1974 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

7″                 SATURDAY GIG                                                                      CBS UK                   S CBS 2754   1974 2 TRKS no pic sleeve

 

CD               THE HOOPLE                                                                          COLUMBIA US      CK 32871       1988? 9 TRKS stereo CD

 

CD               GREATEST HITS                                                                     CBS / SONY JPN   28DP 1064    1986? 10 TRKS stereo CD collection

LP                GREATEST HITS                                                                     COLUMBIA US      PC 34368       1976 10 TRKS stereo LP collection

 

CD               BALLAD OF MOTT: A RETROSPECTIVE                           COLUMBIA US      C2K 46973    1993 Stereo 2CD Glam Rock

 

CD               GOOSEBERRY SESSIONS, THE                                         ANGEL AIR UK      SJPCD 054    2000 22 TRKS stereo CD collection

Birthdays #2

Happy birthday Roy Ayers, the jazz vibraphone player! (1940, Los Angeles, CA); Danny Hutton (“Roses and Rainbows and You” singer / Three Dog Night singer) (1942); Don Powell (drummer of Slade) (1950)!

 

I used to sell Roy Ayers LP’s at my first hippie record store job. Slickly produced jazz lite, for whiter-than-you’ll-ever-be hipsters. I am not disrespecting Mr. Ayers, however. Some of that stuff is actually fairly groovy. Tycoon Tosh sampled him, British compilers of compilations included him. Most of his Polydor LP’s made it to the $1 bin and – finally – the Japanese re-issued them as proper CD’s at a low price – time to buy! Try “Everybody Loves The Sunshine” from ’76. Cool stuff!

 

I remember…I remember…Danny Hutton singing “Roses and Rainbows and You” on the AM radio, way back. More than 45 years ago. How do they make records? Do they sing into echo chambers? Who writes the charts? Does Jack Nitzsche figure out the harmonies? Who does the arrangements and hires the musicians? And a 45 that good comes out on some small label, and I hear it on the AM radio in 1966 or so. Nifty, tough & bitchen!

 

And then a few years later…Three Dog Night walks down the pike. Several points: 1) It’s on Dunhill, so it’s probably good 2) Professionally written songs, which are usually good 3) Where’s Lou Adler?

 

Their debut album somehow ends up on Geffen Records, in Japan in 2013. I buy a copy, as it’s a kami sleeve, and an SHM-CD ( = Super High Materials). And I have to say, it sounds GREAT. Clear bass, detailed high end. And later I read that someone tossed all the master tapes? This sounds like it’s from a master – or a very good copy.

 

Remember when Slade couldn’t get arrested in the US? I remember them playing L.A., and I was too young to go. Not that I would’ve! My favorite band was Faust, and UK 70’s glam rock was OFF of my radar.

 

Why did Quiet Riot cover Slade? Too lazy to write? Use hit material for hits? They weren’t even signed in the US (Quiet Riot) until their 3rd album or so! Guess they let Joan Jett be Suzi Quatro (or, actually The Arrows). Nobody else claimed Slade in the US. Did you even know they were signed to Reprise, a fairly hip label? All those Polydor UK LP’s that were giant hits in the UK were on Reprise here (or on the ineffectual Polydor US label, early 70’s). And Don Powell is a good guy. Shame that Noddy Holder retired. Ever see him in The Grimleys? Genius!

The Tubes

I recently found a promo-only copy of the debut album by The Tubes, the band from San Francisco.  A sticker on the cover says “Lyrics of the X-rated song “White Punks On Dope” on this special DJ album have been cleansed to avoid irate protest from people who don’t like to hear naughty words.  Love, The Tubes” – this version of the LP (SP-4534) has a poster, doesn’t have a barcode, and the scribe in the vinyl reads as follows:

A Side: “This is the 84th time I have lied to the nation – Al”

B Side: “Don’t you wish you had a baby’s arm holding an apple?” and “DJ Version”

We played the “DJ Version” side of the LP and it sounded like it was all there, so why was it marked “DJ Version”?

This has always been my favorite Tubes LP; for years I’ve owned a re-issue (without a poster or special scribe in the vinyl) (SP-3161); it has a barcode, too; and the latter day black A&M label.

When I find stuff like this, it always gets me to thinking about LP mastering, about how when it’s a new LP, sometimes the producer or engineer oversees the mastering (to make sure it gets done right).  The re-issue is indeed re-cut, with it’s newer (less expensive) serial # – is it mastered with the same care as when Al Kooper added his prose to Side A?

I saw The Tubes live, a few years after this debut album – in Hollywood.  It was still a ‘big show’, with lots of costume changes etc., but well before MTV time – late 70’s?

I have also always enjoyed the fact that songwriter Ron Nagle worked with The Tubes – I believe he co-authors “Don’t Touch Me There”.

Anybody know what a Fee Waybill is?  No, it’s not the real name of the singer of The Tubes, but a terminology found in import / export documentation paperwork.  Wikipedia says his name is John Waldo Waybill.

 

 

 

 

 

Chronological Glam Rock Playlist 1970 – 1975 – Part 3

7-12-12          Chronological Glam Rock Playlist 1970 – 1975 – Part 3

Bill Cosby born 1937, Christine McVie of Fleetwood Mac born 1943

T. REX – Truck On (Tyke)

LEO SAYER – The Show Must Go On

MOTT THE HOOPLE – Roll Away The Stone

S.A.H.B. – Giddy Up A Ding Dong

ROXY MUSIC – Street Life

BARRY BLUE – Do You Wanna Dance

BAY CITY ROLLERS – Remember

10cc – The Worst Band In The World

ALICE COOPER – Teenage Lament ‘74

THE SWEET – Teenage Rampage

MUD – Tiger Feet

RUBETTES – Sugar Baby Love

T. REX –Teenage Dream

SUZI QUATRO – Devil Gate Drive

DAVID BOWIE – Rebel Rebel

QUEEN – Seven Seas Of Rhye

BRIAN ENO – Seven Deadly Finns

GARY GLITTER – Remember Me This Way

GLITTER BAND – Angel Face

BARRY BLUE – School Love

MOTT THE HOOPLE – The Golden Age of Rock & Roll

COCKNEY REBEL – Judy Teen

SLADE – Everyday

WIZZARD – Rock & Roll Winter

BAY CITY ROLLERS – Shang-A-Lang

ALVIN STARDUST – Red Dress

MUD – The Cat Crept In

SPARKS – This Town Ain’t Big Enough For Both Of Us

BRYAN FERRY – The “In” Crowd

SHOWADDYWADDY – Hey Rock & Roll

BE BOP DELUXE – Jet Silver (And The Dolls From Venus)

GARY GLITTER – Always Yours

SLADE – The Bangin’ Man

COCKNEY REBEL – Mr. Soft

10cc – The Wall Street Shuffle

MOTT THE HOOPLE – Foxy Foxy

SUZI QUATRO – Too Big

DAVID BOWIE – Diamond Dogs

SWEET – The Six Teens

MUD – Rocket

GLITTER BAND – Just For You

T. REX – Light Of Love