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MEDICINE HEAD – Don’t Stop The Dance
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Medicine Head - Don't Stop The Dance

These are the recordings that until now have never seen the light of day from 1974/5. For various reasons lost in the mists of time, but much due to a never fully comfortable transition of a two man band into a conventional five piece group. Continue reading

MEDICINE HEAD – Fiddler’s Anthology Greatest Hits Live
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Medicine Head Fiddler's Anthology Greatest Hits Live

Medicine Head first entered the UK charts in 1971 with ‘Pictures In The Sky’ and had a number of UK Top 20 Hits as well as chart albums. The live recording shows them at their best – playing live and whilst the Hit singles may have diminished over the years the performances of the band continue to entertain and enthral audiences all over Europe and USA.
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MEDICINE HEAD – Live At The Marquee 1975
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MEDICINE HEAD - Live At the Marquee 1975

Forever etched on the record-buying public’s mind as the two-man band with several hit singles, Medicine Head were actually a real powerhouse. This concert from The Marquee, London during June 1975 is classic rock/pop and blues delivered from the heart. Continue reading

MEDICINE HEAD – Two Man Band
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Medicine Head - Two Man Band

Two Man Band, from 1976, captures the essence of Medicine Head’s minimalist rock ‘n’ roll but mixes it with flourishes from the best of British musicians, including Ashton, Gardner & Dyke and Family piano man Tony Ashton, Mott The Hoople keyboard whiz Morgan Fisher (later to team up with John Fiddler in British Lions) and pedal steel virtuoso BJ Cole, who has played with everyone from John Cale to The Verve.
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MEDICINE HEAD Radio Sessions 1971-1977
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MEDICINE HEAD Radio Sessions 1971-1977

This release has been compiled by John Fiddler and comes from numerous different radio sessions and band line-ups in the period 1971 to 1977 Continue reading

MICK RALPHS – It’s All Good
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Mick Ralphs - It's All Good

This is his second solo album for Angel Air, some two years in the making, and featuring an exclusive live track from Bad Company recorded on that band’s 1999 USA “Original” tour, which features – apart from Mick, Simon Kirke (drums) and Boz Burrell (bass).
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MICK RALPHS – Take This!
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Mick Ralphs - Take This

After Bad Company folded in 1983, Mick Ralphs released “Take This!” on Rock Machine Records but the album went largely unnoticed. The line-up on this album includes Simon Kirke, bass player Mickey Feat and B.J.Cole on pedal steel.
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MICK RALPHS – That’s Life
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MICK RALPHS - That's Life

Having written numerous songs for both Mott the Hoople and Bad Company, Mick Ralphs now releases his third solo album of eleven brand new songs written and sung by him.
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MIDNIGHT FLYER – Midnight Flyer
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Midnight Flyer

Sadly Midnight Flyer’s career was short-lived and they released only one album (produced by MICK RALPHS) plus a maxi single from which the bonus tracks on this CD are drawn from.
Released for the first time ever on CD, remastered with rare unseen band photos and interviews with Maggie Bell, Dave Dowle and Mick Ralphs
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MO FOSTER Bass Themes
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MO FOSTER Bass Themes

His sixth solo album made up of production music he recorded between 1983 and 2009 Continue reading

MO FOSTER Time To Think
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MO FOSTER Time To Think

Acoustic album recorded in an ambient space (St Michaels Church, Oxford) Continue reading

MOTT – Gooseberry Sessions & Rarities
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Mott - Gooseberry Sessions & Rarities

The first seven songs on this album were recorded in the hiatus between the demise of Mott The Hoople and the re-incarnation as Mott. They were recorded at the now legendary “Gooseberry” studio in Gerrard Street, London and used to obtain a record deal with CBS. Continue reading

MOTT By Tonight – Live 1975/1976
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MOTT By Tonight - Live 1975/1976

This release is a rip roaring, full blooded MOTT that was never captured on disc Continue reading

MOTT THE HOOPLE – Brain Capers
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Mott The Hoople - Brain Capers

Released on 19th November 1971, ‘Brain Capers’ picked up a mixed response from the music press. Chris Charlesworth from Melody Maker declared that it was ‘back to rock for Hoople after their comparatively light last album.’ Charlesworth didn’t seem overly keen on the rockier material picking out ‘Your Own Backyard’ and ‘Darkness Darkness’ as his personal favourites. Martin Hayman at Sounds thought that the album was a return to ‘the real Mott The Hoople form’ and that the band had’ established themselves with more musical confidence.
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MOTT THE HOOPLE – Mad Shadows
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Mott The Hoople Mad Shadows

The recording of Mott The Hoople’s second album turned out to be a long, drawn out, tortuous affair. While some recording had been done in November, the band spent December 1969 and January 1970 pretty much on the road in the UK (apart from rehearsals and recording demos). The bulk of the material for the new album was taped intermittently during February, March and April 1970 Continue reading

MOTT THE HOOPLE – Mott The Hoople
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Mott The Hoople

On the 20th June 1969, after just 11 days of rehearsal and without playing a single gig, Mott The Hoople entered Morgan Recording Studios, Willesden High Street, London to record their debut album with Guy Stevens producing and Andy Johns as engineer. Continue reading

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