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A petty little package this is, and no mistake. It was no secret, of course, that the end of Mott the Hoople was a rancorous, bitter affair. But while former frontman Ian Hunter was igniting his solo career with an album of songs which could have been Mott's, did his erstwhile bandmates truly have nothing better to occupy their time with than compiling a collection which not only skews all that they really achieved during three years of hits, but also undermines those who played on them as well? True, guitarist Mick Ronson was a member of the band for a mere matter of months before he split for a new band with Hunter; true, too, that his contributions to Mott's recorded catalog amounted to just one minor hit single, the spookily valedictory "Saturday Gigs." But to see his name in the same tiny print reserved for the session players who appear elsewhere revises history with semi-Stalinist zeal -- or at least, spitefulness. So, though it now seems equally petty to suggest it, did the inclusion of "Born Late 58," written by one of the Hooplers who stayed behind (bassist Overend Watts), in place of any one of a dozen more deserving moments -- all of which, of course, were penned by the errant Hunter. Oh, the politics of pop, how important they all seemed at the time. Today, of course, Greatest Hits exists as a mere prelude to the flood of Mott compilations which have since hit the shelves, and one whose ten-song contents seem impossibly skimpy -- you can be in and out of the album in under 40 minutes. But, in fairness, that was all that was demanded of it. Each of the band's U.K. hits is here, including two ("Foxy Foxy" and the aforementioned "Saturday Gigs") which, at the time, had yet to appear on LP, while two slabs of unabashedly autobiography from the Mott album and one more from The Hoople basically appear as bonus tracks. Sharp and to the point -- would that all compilations could make their mark so unerringly!

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1
All the Way from Memphis
00:03:25

Mott The Hoople, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Unknown, Producer - Ian Hunter, Composer, Lyricist, Piano - Dale Griffin, Drums - Mick Ralphs, Guitar - Overend Watts, Bass Guitar - Andy Mackay, Tenor Saxophone

(P) 1973 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

2
Honaloochie Boogie
00:02:43

Mott The Hoople, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Interprètes Divers, Producer - Ian Hunter, Composer, Lyricist, Piano - Unknown, Producer - Dale Griffin, Drums - Mick Ralphs, Guitar - Overend Watts, Bass Guitar - Paul Buckmaster, Cello - Andy Mackay, Tenor Saxophone

(P) 1973 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

3
Hymn For The Dudes
00:05:23

Mott The Hoople, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Interprètes Divers, Producer - Ian Hunter, Acoustic Guitar, Composer, Lyricist, Piano - Unknown, Producer - The Thunderthighs - V. ALLEN, Composer, Lyricist - Mick Ralphs, Electric Guitar, Guitar, Organ - Overend Watts, Bass Guitar - Dale Griffin, Drums

(P) 1973 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Born Late '58
00:03:59

Mott The Hoople, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Interprètes Divers, Producer - P. Watts, Composer, Lyricist - Overend Watts, Bass - Unknown, Producer - Ariel Bender, Slide Guitar - Dale Griffin, Drums - Morgan Fisher, Piano

(P) 1974 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

5
All the Young Dudes
00:03:33

Mott The Hoople, Associated Performer, Main Artist - David Bowie, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Ian Hunter - Mick Ralphs, Electric Guitar - Overend Watts, Bass Guitar - Dale Griffin, Drums - Verden Allen, Organ, Piano

(P) 1972 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
Roll Away the Stone
00:03:13

Mott The Hoople, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Unknown, Producer - Ian Hunter, Composer, Lyricist, Piano - The Thunderthighs - Mick Ralphs, Guitar - Overend Watts, Bass Guitar - Dale Griffin, Drums - Morgan Fisher, Synthesizer - Casey Howie, Tenor Saxophone

(P) 1973 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

7
Ballad Of Mott
00:05:22

Mott The Hoople, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Interprètes Divers, Producer - Ian Hunter, Composer, Guitar, Lyricist, Piano - Unknown, Producer - P. Watts, Composer, Lyricist - M. Ralphs, Composer, Lyricist - Mick Ralphs, Guitar, Organ - Overend Watts, Bass Guitar - T. Griffin, Composer, Lyricist - Dale Griffin, Drums - V. ALLEN, Composer, Lyricist

(P) 1973 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

8
Golden Age Of Rock 'N' Roll
00:03:26

Mott The Hoople, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Interprètes Divers, Producer - Ian Hunter, Composer, Lyricist - Unknown, Producer - Dan Loggins - Sue & Sunny - Overend Watts, Bass Guitar - Dale Griffin, Drums - M. Fisher, Piano - Mike Horowitz, Cello - Casey Howie, Tenor Saxophone - Andy Mackay, Baritone Saxophone

(P) 1974 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

9
Foxy Foxy
00:03:31

Mott The Hoople, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer - Ian Hunter, Composer, Guitar, Lyricist, Piano - Overend Watts, Bass Guitar, Guitar - Morgan Fisher, Organ, Piano, Synthesizer - Dale Griffin, Drums - Sue & Sunny - Barry St. John - Lynsey de Paul - Ariel Bender, Guitar - Mike Horovitz, Cello - Andy McKay, Saxophone - Graham Preskett, Violin - Casey Howie, Saxophone

(P) 1974 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

10
Saturday Gigs
00:04:20

Mott The Hoople, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Interprètes Divers, Producer - Ian Hunter, Acoustic Guitar, Composer, Lyricist - Unknown, Producer - Overend Watts, Bass, Guitar - Mick Ronson, Guitar - Dale Griffin, Associated Performer, Drums - Morgan Fisher, Piano, Synthesizer - Casey Howie, Tenor Saxophone

(P) 1974 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

11
Sweet Jane
00:04:22

Mott The Hoople, Associated Performer, Main Artist - David Bowie, Producer, Saxophone - Ian Hunter, Piano - L.REED, Composer, Lyricist - Mick Ralphs, Guitar - Overend Watts, Bass - Verden Allen, Organ - Dale Griffin, Drums, Percussion

(P) 1972 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

12
One of the Boys
00:02:50

Mott The Hoople, Associated Performer, Main Artist - David Bowie, Producer, Saxophone - Ian Hunter, Composer, Lyricist, Piano - M. Ralphs, Composer, Lyricist - Mick Ralphs, Guitar - Overend Watts, Bass - Verden Allen, Organ - Dale Griffin, Drums, Percussion

(P) 1972 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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A petty little package this is, and no mistake. It was no secret, of course, that the end of Mott the Hoople was a rancorous, bitter affair. But while former frontman Ian Hunter was igniting his solo career with an album of songs which could have been Mott's, did his erstwhile bandmates truly have nothing better to occupy their time with than compiling a collection which not only skews all that they really achieved during three years of hits, but also undermines those who played on them as well? True, guitarist Mick Ronson was a member of the band for a mere matter of months before he split for a new band with Hunter; true, too, that his contributions to Mott's recorded catalog amounted to just one minor hit single, the spookily valedictory "Saturday Gigs." But to see his name in the same tiny print reserved for the session players who appear elsewhere revises history with semi-Stalinist zeal -- or at least, spitefulness. So, though it now seems equally petty to suggest it, did the inclusion of "Born Late 58," written by one of the Hooplers who stayed behind (bassist Overend Watts), in place of any one of a dozen more deserving moments -- all of which, of course, were penned by the errant Hunter. Oh, the politics of pop, how important they all seemed at the time. Today, of course, Greatest Hits exists as a mere prelude to the flood of Mott compilations which have since hit the shelves, and one whose ten-song contents seem impossibly skimpy -- you can be in and out of the album in under 40 minutes. But, in fairness, that was all that was demanded of it. Each of the band's U.K. hits is here, including two ("Foxy Foxy" and the aforementioned "Saturday Gigs") which, at the time, had yet to appear on LP, while two slabs of unabashedly autobiography from the Mott album and one more from The Hoople basically appear as bonus tracks. Sharp and to the point -- would that all compilations could make their mark so unerringly!

© Dave Thompson /TiVo

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