Mott The Hoople - Radio Shows
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Mott The Hoople - Radio Shows

This discography shows the title, track list, date, country, label, and catalog number for all known releases and variations. It also serves as a want list. An asterisk (*) after the entry means I already have it, and a dash (-) means I am looking for a copy.

Country abbreviations: ARG = Argentina; BEL = Belgium; BRA = Brazil; CAN = Canada; EU = European Union; FRA = France; GER = Germany; GRE = Greece; HOL = Holland; IRE = Ireland; ISR = Israel; ITA - Italy; JAP = Japan; KOR = Korea; MAL = Malaysia; NOR = Norway; NZ = New Zealand; OZ = Australia; PHI = Philippines; POR = Portugal; RUS = Russia; SA = South Africa; SNG = Singapore; SPA = Spain; SWE = Sweden; THA = Thailand; TUR = Turkey; YUG = Yugoslavia.

Abbreviations in the notes: cvr = cover; slv = sleeve; cis = custom inner sleeve; ins = insert; obi = Japanese OBI band on cover; gfc = gatefold cover; 8b = custom 8 track box; wlp = white label promo; ts = DJ timing strip; pr = promo; stkr = sticker; ra = removable centre adapter; na = no centre adapter; s/m = promo with stereo and mono versions; s/s = promo with two stereo versions; no ins = CD has no jewel case inserts.

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Rock Stars #148

1970 Radio Show by Mott The Hoople

Rock Stars label Rock Stars cue sheet Rock Stars cue sheet 

Segment 1: Getting Straight soundtrack news; Segment 2: Patti Labelle interview; Segment 3: Aretha Frankin news; Segment 4: Mott The Hoople's Mick Ralphs interview; Segment 5: Crosby, Stills & Nash news; Segment 6: Unifics interview; Segment 7: Troggs tour news; Segment 8: Steppenwolf's John Kay interview; Segment 9: Donovan LP news; Segment 10: Steppenwolf's John Kay interview

Rock Stars was a very early syndicated radio show, produced by the Robert G. Jennings Corporation and hosted by rock journalist Richard Robiinson. The radio show consists of ten segments of 5-10 minutes each, containing music, news, and interviews, with two segments airing each day. Program 237A, to be aired 7 July 1970, is a short interview with Mick Ralphs regarding the band's recent appearance at the Fillmore West.

Rock Stars #148 with Richard Robinson1970.07.07USALPRobert G. Jennings RS-148Acue sheet*
 
Cartaz De Londres #413 / 414

1970 Radio Show by Mott The Hoople

CDL 413 

Rock and Roll Queen - Mott The Hoople; Road To Birmingham - Mott The Hoople; Brand New Me - Dusty Springfield; Reviewing The Situation - Sandie Shaw; Bad Case of the Blues - Dusty Springfield; Mr. Churchill Says - The Kinks; Victoria - The Kinks; melting Pot - Blue Mink

Cartaz De Londres (Playbill From London) was a BBC Brazil radio show.

Cartaz De Londres #413 ('Rock & Roll Queen', 'Road To Birmingham')1970BRALPBBCcue sheet-
 
Pick of the Pops for your DJ #335

1970 Radio Show by Mott The Hoople

POTP 335 label POTP 335 cue sheet 

Sally - Mythica; Grandad - Mythica; Song of a Single Man - Mythica; Whisky Women - Mott The Hoople; Love Song - Arrival; Love Song Without A Flute - Caravan; We Have Al been Saved - Blue Mink; Out of Desperation - Arrival; Love To Love You - Caravan

Pick Of The Pops was a weekly BBC radio show, usually with a concert from a single artist on one side and sessions by various artists on the other side, presented by BBC disc jockeys. The shows were an hour longIt was distributed on LP with cue sheets by BBC Transcription Services.

Pick of the Pops #335 ('Whiskey Women')1970UKLPBBC 127970cue sheet-
 
Pick of the Pops for your DJ #367

1971 Radio Show by Mott The Hoople

POTP 367 label POTP 367 cue sheet 

Jailbait - Wishbone Ash; Lullaby - Wishbone Ash; The Pilgrim - Wishbone Ash; Chinatown - The Move; Earth Song - Mary Hopkin; The Moon Upstairs - Mott The Hoople; Brandy - Scott English; You're a Lady - Peter Sarstedt; Water Paper and Clay - Mary Hopkin

Pick Of The Pops was a weekly BBC radio show, usually with a concert from a single artist on one side and sessions by various artists on the other side, presented by BBC disc jockeys. The shows were an hour longIt was distributed on LP with cue sheets by BBC Transcription Services.

Pick of the Pops #367 ('Moon Upstairs')1971UKLPBBC 129474cue sheet-
 
Top of The Pops #408

1972 Radio Show by Mott The Hoople

TOTP 408 label TOTP 408 cue sheet TOTP 408 cue sheet 

Silver Machine - Hawkwind; You'll Always Be A Friend - Hot Chocolate; Sitting On A Fence - Nicholson; Home - Gallagher & Lyle; Virginia Plain - Roxy Music; Go Go Girls - Hot Chocolate; Give The Boy a Break - Gallagher & Lyle; All The Young Dudes - Mott The Hoople; Re-Make Re-Model - Roxy Music; Joie de Vivre - Gallagher & Lyle; You Don't Need A Man - Nicholson; Slade interview; Among the Birks - Gallagher & Lyle

Top Of The Pops was a weekly BBC radio show, highlighting chart songs and new releases presented by BBC disc jockeys. The shows were an hour long, and included about a dozen songs - both live BBC session recordings and album tracks - and the occasional interview segment. It was distributed on LP with cue sheets by BBC Transcription Services. All of the Mott The Hoople tracks included on these shows are believed to be album tracks, not live recordings.

Top of the Pops #408 ('Dudes')1972.08.30UKLPBBC 130986cue sheet-
 
Top of The Pops #410

1972 Radio Show by Mott The Hoople

TOTP 410 label TOTP 410 cue sheet TOTP 410 cue sheet TOTP 410 cue sheet 

All The Young Dudes - Mott The Hoople; Morning Paper - Ellis; Miss America - Swampfox; Not Like a Soldier - Medicine Head; Good To Be Alive - Ellis; Don't You Hear Me Calling - Swampfox; Honky Cat - Elton John; I've Got A Thing ABout You Baby - Swampfox; El Doomo - Ellis; Marc Bolan interview; Thru A Hole - Medicine Head

Top Of The Pops was a weekly BBC radio show, highlighting chart songs and new releases presented by BBC disc jockeys. The shows were an hour long, and included about a dozen songs - both live BBC session recordings and album tracks - and the occasional interview segment. It was distributed on LP with cue sheets by BBC Transcription Services. All of the Mott The Hoople tracks included on these shows are believed to be album tracks, not live recordings.

Top of the Pops #410 ('Dudes')1972.09.15UKLPBBC 130990cue sheet-
 
Top Of The Pops #454

1973 Radio Show by Mott The Hoople

TOTP 454 label TOTP 454 cue sheet TOTP 454 cue sheet TOTP 454 cue sheet TOTP 454 cue sheet TOTP 454 cue sheet TOTP 454 cue sheet 

Snoopy Versus the Red Baron - The Hot Shots; Constant Glimpse of the Rising Sun - Medicine Head; Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting - Elton John; The Groover - T. Rex; Be My Flyer - Medicine Head; Little Jody - Blue; Jack Rabbit - Elton John; Honaloochie Boogie - Mott The Hoople; - ; Let Me Know - Blue; Whenever You're Ready - Elton John; Changing Man - Medicine Head; Junior Campbell interview; She Wrote Me A Letter - Blue; Mott The Hoople interview

Top Of The Pops was a weekly BBC radio show, highlighting chart songs and new releases presented by BBC disc jockeys. The shows were an hour long, and included about a dozen songs - both live BBC session recordings and album tracks - and the occasional interview segment. It was distributed on LP with cue sheets by BBC Transcription Services. All of the Mott The Hoople tracks included on these shows are believed to be album tracks, not live recordings.

Top of the Pops #454 ('Honaloochie Boogie', IH interview)1973.07.18UKLPBBC 133099cue sheet*
 
Top of the Pops #464

1973 Radio Show by Mott The Hoople

TOTP 464 label TOTP 464 cue sheet TOTP 464 cue sheet TOTP 464 cue sheet TOTP 464 cue sheet 

Joybringer - Manfred Mann's Earth Band; Wily - Greyhound; All The Way From Memphis - Mott The Hoople; She - John Baldry; memory Lane Hugh - Caravan; Poor People - Alan Price; A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall - Bryan Ferry; Sell Sell - Alan Price; True Love - Greyhound; Brand New Day - John Baldry; A Hunting We Shall / Backwards - Caravan; Bryan Ferry interview

Top Of The Pops was a weekly BBC radio show, highlighting chart songs and new releases presented by BBC disc jockeys. The shows were an hour long, and included about a dozen songs - both live BBC session recordings and album tracks - and the occasional interview segment. It was distributed on LP with cue sheets by BBC Transcription Services. All of the Mott The Hoople tracks included on these shows are believed to be album tracks, not live recordings.

Top of the Pops #464 ('Memphis')1973.09.26UKLPBBC 133664cue sheet-
 
Top of the Pops #478

1974 Radio Show by Mott The Hoople

TOTP 478 label TOTP 478 cue sheetl TOTP 478 cue sheetl TOTP 478 cue sheet 

Roll Away The Stone - Mott The Hoople; Gaudette - Steeleye Span; Tattooed Lady - Rory Gallagher; Forever - Roy Wood; California Revisited - Simon Turner; Truck Drivin' Man - Steeleye Span; Angie - The Rolling Stones; Mick Jagger interview; A Million Miles Away - Rory Gallagher; Teenage Rampage - Sweet

Top Of The Pops was a weekly BBC radio show, highlighting chart songs and new releases presented by BBC disc jockeys. The shows were an hour long, and included about a dozen songs - both live BBC session recordings and album tracks - and the occasional interview segment. It was distributed on LP with cue sheets by BBC Transcription Services. All of the Mott The Hoople tracks included on these shows are believed to be album tracks, not live recordings.

Top of the Pops #478 ('Roll Away The Stone')1974.01.02UKLPBBC 134146cue sheet-
 
Top of the Pops #497

Radio Show by Mott The Hoople

TOTP 497 label TOTP 497 cue sheet 

The Golden Age of Rock and Roll - Mott The Hoople; Dark of the Night - Sandy Denny; Sylvia - Focus; Long Legged Woman Dressed In Black - Mungo Jerry; Whispering Grass - Sandy Denny; White Queen - Queen; Sandy Denny interview; Solo - Sandy Denny; March of the Black Queen - Queen; Harem Scarem - Focus

Top Of The Pops was a weekly BBC radio show, highlighting chart songs and new releases presented by BBC disc jockeys. The shows were an hour long, and included about a dozen songs - both live BBC session recordings and album tracks - and the occasional interview segment. It was distributed on LP with cue sheets by BBC Transcription Services. All of the Mott The Hoople tracks included on these shows are believed to be album tracks, not live recordings.

Top of the Pops #497 ('Golden Age')1974UKLPBBCcue sheet-
 
Top of the Pops #500

1974 Radio Show by Mott The Hoople

TOTP 500 label TOTP 500 cue sheet TOTP 500 cue sheet TOTP 500 cue sheet TOTP 500 cue sheet 

Communication Breakdown - Led Zeppelin; Sails - Elton John; Whiskey Women - Mott The Hoople; Thinking Is The Best Way To Travel - Moody Blues; The Raven - Slade; Ice In The Sun - Status Quo; Let Me Sleep Beside You - David Bowie; maybe I'm Amazed - Faces; My Sunday Feeling - Jethro Tull; 2HB - Roxy Music; In The Court of the Crimson King - King Crimson; Four Day Creep - Humble Pie; Let There Be More Light - Pink Floyd; Quite Rightly So - Procol Harum; Emmaretta - Deep Purple

Top Of The Pops was a weekly BBC radio show, highlighting chart songs and new releases presented by BBC disc jockeys. The shows were an hour long, and included about a dozen songs - both live BBC session recordings and album tracks - and the occasional interview segment. It was distributed on LP with cue sheets by BBC Transcription Services. All of the Mott The Hoople tracks included on these shows are believed to be album tracks, not live recordings.

Top of the Pops #500 ('Whiskey Women')1974.06.05UKLPBBC 135078cue sheet-
 
Top of the Pops #508

1974 Radio Show by Mott The Hoople

TOTP 508 label TOTP 508 cue sheet TOTP 508 cue sheet TOTP 508 cue sheet 

Foxy Foxy - Mott The Hoople; What's So Funny 'Bout Peace Love and Understanding - Brinsley Schwartz; Keeping It To Myself - Average White Band; The Six Teens - Sweet; Solid State Brain - Christopher Rainbow; Born Late '58 - Mott The Hoople; Carl Palmer interview; I Just Can't Give You Up - Average White Band; Pearl and Roy - Mott The Hoople; Amateur Hour - Sparks

Top Of The Pops was a weekly BBC radio show, highlighting chart songs and new releases presented by BBC disc jockeys. The shows were an hour long, and included about a dozen songs - both live BBC session recordings and album tracks - and the occasional interview segment. It was distributed on LP with cue sheets by BBC Transcription Services. All of the Mott The Hoople tracks included on these shows are believed to be album tracks, not live recordings.

Top of the Pops #508 ('Foxy Foxy', 'Born Late 58', 'Pearl n' Roy')1974.07.31UKLPBBC 135338cue sheet*
 
King Biscuit Flower Hour

1974 Radio Show by Mott The Hoople

King Busciut Flower Hour is a long-running syndicated radio show in the USA. This episode features Mott The Hoople and Argent, and was originally broadcast on 11 August 1974. The Mott The Hoople portion was recorded live at the Uris Theater in New York NY in May 1974. As with most King Biscuit broadcasts, there is substantial editing, rearranging of tracks, and additional crowd noise added to the recording.

Mott The Hoople / Argent1974.08.11USAREELDIRcue sheet*
Mott The Hoople / Argent1988USACDDIRcue sheet*
 
Top of the Pops #528

1974 Radio Show by Mott The Hoople

TOTP 528 label TOTP 528 cue sheet TOTP 528 cue sheet TOTP 528 cue sheet 

Oh Yes You're Beautiful - Gary Glitter; In Times Like These - Alan Price; Ali Shuffle - Georgie Fame; Zip Gun Boogie - T. Rex; Angel Eyes - Alan Price; Stardust - David Essex; Andy Fairweather-Low/Noel Edmunds interview; Space Boss - T. Rex; Look At My Face - Alan Price; Saturday Gigs - Mott The Hoople

Top Of The Pops was a weekly BBC radio show, highlighting chart songs and new releases presented by BBC disc jockeys. The shows were an hour long, and included about a dozen songs - both live BBC session recordings and album tracks - and the occasional interview segment. It was distributed on LP with cue sheets by BBC Transcription Services. All of the Mott The Hoople tracks included on these shows are believed to be album tracks, not live recordings.

Top of the Pops #528 ('Saturday Gigs')1974.12.18UKLPBBC 136224cue sheet-
 
Top of the Pops #530

1975 Radio Show by Mott The Hoople

TOTP 530 label TOTP 530 cue sheet TOTP 530 cue sheet TOTP 530 cue sheet 

Saturday Gigs - Mott The Hoople; Grace Darling - The Strawbs; How Long - Ace; Lay It Down - Slade; Dreamer - Supertramp; Why - Ace; Those Monkeys Can't Swing - Slade; Noddy Holder/Jim Lea/Stuart Henry interview; How Does It Feel - Slade; Changes Arranges - The Strawbs; Know How It Feels - Ace; Only You - Ringo Starr

Top Of The Pops was a weekly BBC radio show, highlighting chart songs and new releases presented by BBC disc jockeys. The shows were an hour long, and included about a dozen songs - both live BBC session recordings and album tracks - and the occasional interview segment. It was distributed on LP with cue sheets by BBC Transcription Services. All of the Mott The Hoople tracks included on these shows are believed to be album tracks, not live recordings.

Top of the Pops #530 ('Saturday Gigs')1975.12.01UKLPBBC 136229cue sheet-
 
BBC Classic Tracks

1980 Radio Show by Mott The Hoople

BBC Classic Tracks was a syndicated radio show from Westwod One that featured classic rock tracks, often grouped into themed segments. It was initially issued as a 1 hour show on LP, and then later on CD.

BBC Classic Tracks #90-241990.06.11USALP PRWestwood Onew/Dudes (live)-
 
Flashback

1987 Radio Show by Mott The Hoople

Flashback was a syndicated radio show from NBC featuring classic rock tracks, often grouped into themed segments. It was initially issued as a 3 hour show on three LPs.

Flashback Radio Show #21986.01.12USA3xLP PRNBC Radio Entertainmentw/Rock & Roll Queen-
Flashback Radio Show #141987.04.06USA3xLP PRNBC Radio Entertainmentw/Dudes-
Flashback Radio Show #221987.06.01USA3xLP PRNBC Radio Entertainmentw/Memphis-
Flashback Radio Show #311987.08.02USA3xLP PRNBC Radio Entertainmentw/Rock & Roll Queen-
Flashback Radio Show #361987.09.07USA3xLP PRNBC Radio Entertainmentw/Memphis-
Flashback Radio Show #12602011.02.21USA4xCD PRNBC Radio Entertainmentw/Dudes-
 
Rock Quiz

1988 Radio Show by Mott The Hoople

#349/350 Label #349/350 Cue Sheet #349/350 Cue Sheet 

Rock Quiz was a syndicated raio show by MJI Broadcasting. Each show consisted of ten short quiz questions, with two shows provided on a single vinyl LP. The show's sponsors provided prizes for the winners of each quiz. The radio station was provided with a form to fill out with the winners' names and addresses so that the prizes could be delivered.