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Mott The Hoople and Ian Hunter in the 1970s (Decades)

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Mott The Hoople and Ian Hunter in the 1970s (Decades) - van der Kiste, John
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When Hereford group Silence teamed up with songwriter Ian Hunter in 1969 to form a group that aimed to be a cross between Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones and Procol Harum, they rapidly became one of Britain's most popular live acts, but a major hit single and album initially proved elusive. In 1972, disillusioned and exhausted, they split before being encouraged to reform by David Bowie and finding immediate chart success with a song he gave them, 'All the Young Dudes'. After two years of hits and internal conflicts Ian ...

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Mott The Hoople and Ian Hunter in the 1970s (Decades) 2022, Sonicbond Publishing, Tewkesbury

ISBN-13: 9781789521627

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