Mott the Hoople

Mott the Hoople was an English hard-rock band that released four albums between 1969 and 1971 on Island Records, followed by three albums and a live disc between 1972 and 1974 on CBS. After the departure of frontman Ian Hunter, they released two 1975–76 albums as Mott. They reached the UK Top 10 with “All […]

Dalbello ‎– Whōmănfoursāys (1984)

Whōmănfoursāys is the fourth album by Canadian avant-pop vocalist/musician Lisa Dal Bello, co-produced by Mick Ronson and released in 1984 on Capitol. The album is her first to be issued under the performance moniker “Dalbello.” Tracklist: A1. “Gonna Get Close to You” (4:39) A2. “Devious Nature” (4:09) A3. “She Pretends” (4:32) A4. “Wait for an Answer” […]

Mick Ronson ‎– Slaughter on 10th Avenue (1974)

Slaughter on 10th Avenue is the first of two back-to-back solo albums by English rock guitarist Mick Ronson, released in 1974 on RCA in a deal secured through his involvement with label superstar David Bowie. Tracklist: A1. “Love Me Tender” (4:50) A2. “Growing Up and I’m Fine” (3:10) A3. “Only After Dark” (3:30) A4. “Music […]

Lou Reed ‎– Transformer (1972)

Transformer is the second solo album by New York singer/songwriter Lou Reed, produced by David Bowie and released in 1972 on RCA Victor. Tracklist: A1. “Vicious” (2:55) A2. “Andy’s Chest” (3:17) A3. “Perfect Day” (3:43) A4. “Hangin’ ‘Round” (3:39) A5. “Walk on the Wild Side” (4:12) B1. “Make Up” (2:58) B2. “Satellite of Love” (3:40) B3. […]

David Bowie ‎– The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (1972)

The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars is the fifth album by English vocalist/songwriter David Bowie, released in 1972 on RCA. Tracklist: A1. “Five Years” (4:42) A2. “Soul Love” (3:34) A3. “Moonage Daydream” (4:40) A4. “Starman” (4:10) A5. “It Ain’t Easy” (2:58) B1. “Lady Stardust” (3:22) B2. “Star” (2:47) B3. […]

The Spiders From Mars

The Spiders From Mars were an English hard-rock band formed in 1971 as the backing band for David Bowie. Guitarist Mick Ronson and drummer Mick “Woody” Woodmansey backed the singer on the 1969–70 albums Man of Words, Man of Music and The Man Who Sold the World. With the addition of bassist Trevor Bolder, they […]