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David Mott - Anagrams album mp3
  • Performer:
    David Mott
  • Title:
    Anagrams
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    1642 megabytes
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Profile: Canadian baritone saxophonist and composer. A graduate of Berklee College of Music and the Yale University School of Music, he currently teaches contemporary and jazz composition at York University, in Toronto, Ontario. Sites: davidmottmusic. From Distant Places ‎(LP, Album). Mark Dresser, Gerry Hemingway, David Mott. Mark Dresser, Gerry Hemingway, David Mott - Reunion Live. At The Guelph Festival ‎(CD, Album).

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All the Young Dudes is the fifth studio album by Mott the Hoople, released in 1972. It was their initial album for the CBS Records label (Columbia Records in North America), after three years with Island Records in the UK and Atlantic Records in North America. All the Young Dudes was a turning point for the then-struggling British band. Mott the Hoople were about to break up when David Bowie stepped in and gave them the song "All the Young Dudes".

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radio and captured the band overseas fans, as well as reaching the UK Singles Chart.

Mott the Hoople had already made four albums with very little success when David Bowie produced their fifth LP and gave them their breakthrough hit, 'All the Young Dudes,' in 1972. They returned a year later with restructured focus and their best album, a glam-rock milestone that buzzes with intensity. Whether or not it was designed that way, Browne's second album was a reaction to his first

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The release of the album in its original form in 1974 coincided with the announcement of the band's demise and it was, therefore, their final release.

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David Mott - Primary Artist