Category Archives: Ian Hunter

Dr. Feelgood – Stupidity (1976)

With the recent passing of Wilko Johnson, best known as guitarist and songwriter for UK rock group Dr. Feelgood, The Press takes a look at one of their finest albums: the chart-topping live document, Stupidity. Wilko Johnson, who recently passed … Continue reading

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Mott the Hoople – All the Young Dudes

Glam rock’s definitive anthem recently turned 49, and this image of a young dude was originally earmarked as the album cover for Mott the Hoople’s All the Young Dudes released in July 1972.  Dude ’72 is the name of the image, … Continue reading

Posted in Album Covers, Albums That Never Were, David Bowie, European Rock Pilgrimage, Ian Hunter, Images, Lou Reed, Mainman, Mick Rock, Mick Ronson, Mott the Hoople | 23 Comments

Rediscover Live Music: Top 20 Live Albums

Live music has been in short supply, so now is a good time to take a double-gatefold look at 20 of the greatest live LP’s of yesteryear to atone for all the cancelled gigs we were supposed to see.  What … Continue reading

Posted in Allman Brothers, The, Band, The, Bill Evans, Birthday Party, The, Bob Dylan, David Bowie, Doors, The, Gigs, Ian Hunter, Iggy Pop, Jane's Addiction, Kiss, Led Zeppelin, Lou Reed, Miles Davis, Neil Young, Rolling Stones, The, Stooges, The, Talking Heads, Thin Lizzy, Top 20 Live Albums, Velvet Underground, The, Who, The, Wilco | 5 Comments

MainMan Podcast

MainMan are compiling a fascinating series exploring the history of the record label, which was a rights management organisation formed by entrepreneur and impresario Tony Defries that helped to develop the careers of many artistes including Iggy Pop, Lou Reed, … Continue reading

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#4: Ian Hunter – You’re Never Alone With a Schizophrenic (1979)

Mott the Hoople should’ve come to a grinding halt the moment Ian Hunter walked out on them in December 1974, unfortunately they carried on under the Mott banner for two more godawful albums in the mid-70s (that’s another story). Hunter … Continue reading

Posted in Ian Hunter, Top 25 Greatest "Worst" Albums of All Time | 9 Comments