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  • CD (1 janvier 2003)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Angel Air
  • ASIN : B0000AJ5T8
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Disque : 1

  1. Thunderbuck Ram
  2. No Wheels To Ride
  3. You Are One Of Us
  4. Walkin With A Mountain
  5. I Can Feel
  6. Threads Of Iron
  7. When My Minds Gone
  8. It Would Be A Pleasure (Bonus Trac )
  9. How Long (Death May Be Your Santa Laus) (Bonus Track)

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Mad Shadows 26 novembre 2006
Par Greg N - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Mott The Hoople have always been one of the best rock bands out there, despite being overlooked and this album proves it. Mott's debut album was very good, but had dissappointing album sales unlike that of their live shows, which gave then producer Guy Stevens the idea to record a "live in the studio" album. The result is this, the very dark, yet powerful Mad Shadows. It gets off to a great rocking start with Thunderbuck Ram, one of the best songs Mick Ralphs has ever written (He also sings lead here). From there we move into another powerful song, No Wheels To Ride, featuring some great organ from Verden Allen, which is then followed nicely by You Are One Of Us. The album then moves into the live concert staple and other out and out rocker Walkin With A Mountain. From there we have I Can Feel, a bit of a slower song, but still excellent, and then into Threads Of Iron, another Ralphs penned song that shines among his best work. The album closes out with When My Mind's Gone, a stream of consciousness song Ian Hunter was prompted by Guy Stevens to make up on the spot, the result is a great closer. Overall, the album features some excellent playing from all members here, whether it be Mick's beautiful guitar playing, Overend's crunchy bass, Buffins thundering drums, Verden's harmonic organ, or Hunters pounding piano, and raw powerful vocals. Despite what many think, I love the feel this album has to it and I think Hunters vocals here are great. My only complaint would have to be Stevens letting a few songs fade out to early, after all its not like this album is very long, for instance on No Wheels To Ride, they sound like there really getting into a jam, and it cuts off, makes me wonder what the rest of it sounded like. Another thing that makes this great is that all the songs are originals by the band themselves, no covers here, and it makes it flow great (although, every cover Mott did always came out excellent). If you don't have it, go out and get this album!
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The Light & Dark of Mott 12 octobre 2006
Par Philip S. Wolf - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Mott the Hoople had gone through some changes since forming in June 1969. They recorded the 1st album, were introduced to their Producer-to-be: Guy Stevens. And had played ton's of live gigs in England and Europe to present out the Rock 'N' Roll Dream to ever increasing crowds. The recording sessions for "Mad Shadows" began in Feb 1970. Well, the first MTH Record was quite good, and Mott The Hoople showed the promise of greater things to come, and one of the greater things that happened was this, their second album: "Mad Shadows".

Things begin with "Thunderbuck Ram" one of the best songs ever written by guitarist Mick Ralphs. This opener sets the tone for the album as an whole. And as they had already shown on stage, Mott The Hoople came to rock and they indeed rock hard here with a million electric guitars. The sound of this band is best described in a word: POWER...Next up, Ian Hunter's ballad "No Wheels To Ride" with that BIG organ of Verden Allen and punchy bass guitar of one Mr. Pete Overend Watts. "Wheels' builds and builds, and the fade-out solo by the Ralpher is KILLER...Track No. 3 is the uplifting Hunter ditty "You Are One Of Us" and great piano & a bit of fine acoustic guitar are the spotlights heard here, as are those power-guitars...Nice! To end the first side comes "Walkin' With A Mountian" the best known number on "Shadows" it's just a Rock 'N Roll song, and was a highlight of MTH Concerts for the next four years.

"I Can Feel" a Mick Ralphs tune gently opens side two, with Ian singing at his best here. This song holds up well after all these years. This is CHURCH kids...real pretty. There are some real sweet guitars by the Ralpher thrown in to boot. For only a second record this band was really on top of their game! Next up comes "Threads Of Iron" a haunting number featuring Ian & Mick sharing vocal duties. This one builds and builds and gets crazy towards the end and then we are left to: "When My Minds Gone." Welcome to stoner's Hell. Ian sounds like he is having a nervous breakdown on this one, and I believe HE DID! This great song STILL gives me the shivers....Great closer to a great record. "Mad Shadows" has been remastered and is sounding a lot bigger and much clearer. As a bonus to this re-issue of this excellent record two extra tracks have been added: "It Would Be A Pleasure" a country romp from Mick Ralphs that would've sounded good on the third album "Wildlife". "How Long" is an early take of "Death May Be Your Santa Claus" that turns up on "Brain Capers" the fantastic fourth release: "Brain Capers".

Mott the Hoople was one of the best in an era full of greats, (1969-1974) and this little CD called "Mad Shadows" is evidence of that in spades.
Four Stars!
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Sophmore effort worth picking up with remastered sound 28 mai 2004
Par Wayne Klein - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Mott's producer Guy Stevens was a bit of a loon. For "Mad Shadows" he pushed the band to the edge recording them live without any overdubs, had Ian Hunter make up a song for the album on the spot ("When My Mind's Gone")and didn't catch the fact that one of the drummer's pedals squeaked throughout the entire session. In other words, another typical Mott album experience.
Despite all of this, "Mad Shadows" is a worthy and frequently powerful follow up to the band's debut. While the band hated Stevens fly-by-the-seat of the pants production style here (in fact they hated it so much they produced their next album themselves), he was their Phil Spector. His unique production sound fit the band perfectly.
The album opens with the blast of Mick Ralphs' "Thunderbuck Ram". "No Wheels to Ride" and "You are One of Us" catches Hunter eschewing his Dylan fixation and developing his own voice as a singer/songwriter. The single that never was (and there's one on every Mott the Hopple album) is the excellent "Walkin' with a Mountain" written by Hunter and inspired by guitarist/singer Leslie West of Mountain one of the band's favorites and a major influence. "I Can Feel" wouldn't have sounded out of place on a John Lennon solo album and Ralphs' second song "Threads of Iron" features a blistering Hunter vocal. "When My Mind's Gone" is pure balderdash but powerful nevertheless. The sound quality is exceptional and the booklet notes very comprehensive.
The Angel Air edition of the album features two bonus tracks that haven't been available before except their appearence on the MOTT THE HOPPLE boxed set from 1998. Both fit in well with the album. We get Ralphs' demo for "It Would be a Pleasure" and an early verison of the Hunter/Allen co-write "How Long" which would, ultimately, be called "Death May Be Your Santa Claus" and appear on "Brain Capers".
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I've always been disappointed that this early rock group has been under-rated. 27 juillet 2005
Par Carole B. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I borrowed this LP from my sister in 1970, and I've been searching for it ever since she demanded it back. Thanks to Wounded Bird Records for this faithful digitization. This is great listening from start to finish (a mere 36 minutes). This is pre-David Bowie-inspired/glam rock Mott the Hoople - I think that I would call this mainly an album of excellent early, electric-rock ballads. One of my all-time favorites is "No Wheels to Ride." ("Can't get enough, can't get enough, can't get enough, I can't get enough of your love..."). This album sounds somewhat old-fashioned nowadays, but I'm really enjoying getting into it again. This is the original band, with piano and strong and emotive lead vocals from Ian Hunter (yes, his gravely voice does sound a bit like Bob Dylan at times). Supportive organ by Verden Allen, a great wailing guitar by Mick Ralphs (also provides vocals) and bass by Overend Watts, and Dale "Buffin" Griffin's drums. All songs by Hunter or Ralphs. (Ralphs moved on to Bad Company around 1974, bringing Mott the Hoople's song "Ready for Love" with him). (They almost appear to be backed up by gospel singers on "You Are One of Us" and especially on "I Can Feel.") If you're into early electric rock, I don't know why you wouldn't like this album. It's very energetic, a little noisy, and smooth.
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excellent 23 janvier 2010
Par Bill Your 'Free Form FM Print DJ - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Are you downtrodden by today's compressed, digital rock. Could you, like me, use a little 1970s arena bombast in your sad little I-pod life?

Well, here we both go. Mad Shadows is the best at what made Mott The Hoople so cool: big guitars, songs that go a little too long, big sounds for 1973 kids ready to put away their big siblings love beads and peace signs and just rock out.

Sure the tracks over extend. Of course it gets a little histrionic at times. But these guys were in areanas with ELP and Glam-Bowie-- that is what this stuff is here for

Let's you and I get some headphones that cover the whole ear--you know, with the coiled telephone cords and the big metel jack. Lets crank the black and green-lit Maranz up to seven. Let's hear mad shadows.

I got the bell bottoms. Ya' got any platform shoes?
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