Mott The Hoople - Singles
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Mott The Hoople - Singles

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.

Clicking a thumbnail image of the cover or label will bring you to a larger image.

 
Rock And Roll Queen

1969 Single by Mott The Hoople

UK USA promo USA Canada France Germany Italy 

Mott The Hoople's debut single was issued on 1 November 1969. The USA 45 contains a 2:30 edit of 'Rock and Roll Queen', while most other releases are listed at somewhere around 3:20 long. The B side, Road To Birmingham, was a non-LP track that was never properly included on an album until the All The Young Dudes boxed set in 1998. It did surface on a few rare mis-pressed versions of the group's debut LP, and a slightly shorter overdubbed version appeared on the Two Miles From Heaven LP in 1980.

Rock and Roll Queen / Backsliding Fearlessly1970CAN7SPolydor 2001 080-
Rock and Roll Queen / Road To Birmingham1969FRA7S PSIsland WIP 6072*
Rock and Roll Queen / Road To Birmingham1969GER7S PR PSIsland 388861 UF-
Rock and Roll Queen / Road To Birmingham1969GER7S PSIsland 388861 UF*
Road To Birmingham / Rock and Roll Queen1969ITA7S PSIsland UF 388861*
Rock and Roll Queen / Road To Birmingham1969JAP7S PSIsland 4F 388861-
Rock and Roll Queen / At The Crossroads1969UK7S PREMIDiscacetate-
Rock and Roll Queen / Road To Birmingham1969UK7SIsland WIP 6072*
Rock and Roll Queen / Backsliding Fearlessly1970USA7SAtlantic 45 2749*
Rock and Roll Queen / Rock and Roll Queen (mono)1970USA7S PRAtlantic 45 2749S/M*
 
Thunderbuck Ram

1970 Single by Mott The Hoople

Japan Sleeve Japan Sleeve Japan Stock Japan Promo 

Japan was the only country to issue a single from the Mad Shadows album. It exists in both stock and white label promo variations, both of which came with a picture sleeve with poorly-translated lyrics.

Thunderbuck Ram / You Are One Of Us1970FRA7SIsland 6014 028-
Thunderbuck Ram / Walkin' With a Mountain1970JAP7S PR PSIsland/Victor SFL 1332wlp*
Thunderbuck Ram / Walkin' With a Mountain1970JAP7S PSIsland SFL 1332-
 
Midnight Lady

1971 Single by Mott The Hoople

Promo Poster UK/Sweden France Germany Singapore Spain Record Mirror NME Greece 

'Midnight Lady' was recorded at Ultrasonic Studios in Hempstead New York on 12 May 1971. Ian proposed to Trudi at the studio. The band flew in from Milwaukee for a one-day session with legendary producer Shadow Morton. The song was first titled 'The Hooker' and changed to 'The Road To Rome' before settling on 'Midnight Lady' when it was released on 11 June 1971. Steve Marriott was in the studio next door and contributed handclaps and backing vocals. A promotional film was produced, a black-and-white performance shot in the studio at Basing Street. 'The Debt' was another non-LP track, recorded on 21 April 1971 at Island Studios during the Brain Capers album sessions.

Midnight Lady / It Must Be Love1971FRA7S PSIsland IK 6138*
Midnight Lady / It Must Be Love1971GER7S PSIsland 10.305 AT*
Midnight Lady / Lay Down197?GRE7SIsland WIPG1-
Midnight Lady / It Must Be Love1971GRE7SIsland WIPG1-
Midnight Lady / It Must Be Love1971HOL7S PSIsland 10 305 AT*
Midnight Lady / It Must Be Love1971ITA7S PSIsland 10.305 AT-
Midnight Lady / The Debt1971MAL7S PSIsland WIP 6105*
Midnight Lady / The Debt1971NOR7S PSIsland WIP 6105Norway disc; UK slv-
Midnight Lady / It Must Be Love1971NZ7S PSIsland IK 4320-
Midnight Lady / It Must Be Love1971OZ7S PSIsland IK 4320-
Midnight Lady / The Debt1971SNG7S PSIsland WIP 6105*
Midnight Lady / It Must Be Love1971SPA7S PSIsland 10.305 AT*
Midnight Lady / The Debt1971SWE7S PSIsland WIP 6105*
Midnight Lady / The Debt1971.06.11UK7S PSIsland WIP 6105*
Midnight Lady / The Debt (test pressing)1971.06.11UK7S PR PSIsland WIP 6105*
 
Downtown

1971 Single by Mott The Hoople

UK A Side UK B Side NME Record Mirror 

Mott The Hoople's final single for Island Records was the Crazy Horse song 'Downtown', released in September 1971. The song was recorded on 21 April 1971 at Island Studios during sessions for the Brain Capers album. Guy Stevens suggested the song, which was recorded with Mick Ralphs on vocals because Ian Hunter refused to sing it. The song did not appear on a Mott The Hoople album until the All The Young Dudes anthology was issued in 1998.

Downtown / Home (Is Where I Want To Be)1971GER7S PSIsland WIP 6112-
Downtown / Home (Is Where I Want To Be)1971.09UK7SIsland WIP 6112*
 
Whiskey Women

1971 Single by Mott The Hoople

Phillipines Label 

The Phillipines were the only country to issue 'Whiskey Women' as a single, on the Parlophone label no less. This one is quite hard to come by, not surprisingly.

Whisky Women / It Must Be Love1971PHI7SParlophone PAL-60990-
 
All The Young Dudes

1972 Single by Mott The Hoople

USA Germany Italy Japan Israel Yugoslavia Spain Sweden 

It's a well known story ... Mott The Hoople broke up in early 1972, and Overend Watts approached David Bowie looking for a job. Bowie turned out to be a fan, and convinced the band to stay together. He gave them 'All The Young Dudes', which in turn gave the band a chart hit and a future.The single was recorded at Olympic Studios on 14 May 1972, and was done in secret while MainMan negotiated the band's release from Island Records. The original recording included the phrase 'Marks and Sparks', a reference to department store chain Marks and Spencer. Concerned that this might be considered advertising and prevent the song from appearing on radio, Ian re-recorded the line as 'unlocked cars' for use on radio. Richard Weaver created a promotional film for the song, which included performance footage from teh Top Rank in Bristol. The single reached #3 in the UK and #37 in the USA.

All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972ARG7S PRCBS 22 53833 rpm*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972ARG7SCBS 22 53833 rpm*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972BRA7S PREpic 66 18533 rpm*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972CAN7SColumbia 4-45673*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972GER7S PR PSCBS 8271blitz. pr.*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972GER7S PSCBS 8271*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972GRE7SCBS 301378*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972HOL7S PSCBS 8271no adapter*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972HOL7S PSCBS 8271adapter*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972ISR7S PSCBS 8271*
All The Young Dudes / (other artist: Chicago)1972ITA7S PRCBS YD 319*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972ITA7S PRCBS 8271promo stamp-
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972ITA7S PSCBS 8271*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972JAP7S PR PSCBS ECPA45wlp*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972JAP7S PSCBS ECPA45*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972MAL7S PSCBS 2-715*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972NOR7SCBS 8271-
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972NZ7SCBS BA 461405*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972OZ7SCBS BA 221927*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972POR7S PSCBS 8271*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972SNG7S PSCBS 2-715-
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972SPA7S PR PSCBS 8271-
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972SPA7S PSCBS 8271*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972SWE7S PSCBS 8271*
All The Young Dudes +3197?THA7S PSTKR 068*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972THA7S PS4 Track M 103-
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys197?UK7SCBS 8271solid sunburst (reissue)*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972.07.28UK7S PRCBS 8271orange lbl adapter*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972.07.28UK7S PRCBS 8271orange lbl solid*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972.07.28UK7SCBS 8271orange lbl solid-
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972.07.28UK7SCBS 8271orange lbl adapter*
All The Young Dudes1972USA7S PRColumbia 4-45673grey lbl*
All The Young Dudes1972USA7S PRColumbia 4-45673S/M; grey reservice lbl*
All The Young Dudes1972USA7S PRColumbia 4-45673S/M; white reservice lbl*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972USA7S PRColumbia 4-45673white lbl; 'unlocked cars'*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972USA7S PR PSPlayback AS-39'unlocked cars'*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972USA7S PSColumbia 4-45673grey lbl*
All The Young Dudes / One Of The Boys1972YUG7S PSCBS 8271*
 
Lay Down

1973 Single by Mott The Hoople

cover 

After the All The Young Dudes album hit the charts, Island rushed out the compilation album Rock And Roll Queen in October 1972 to try to cash in on the band's success. A couple countries thought the LP worthy of a single release, and 'Lay Down' - which had originally been considered as a single - was tapped. The Holland picture sleeve is quite rare.

Lay Down / Whiskey Women1973HOL7S PSIsland 12 355 AT*
 
One Of The Boys

1973 Single by Mott The Hoople

USA Promo USA Stock Canada Germany Promo Germany 

One could argue that releasing 'One Of The Boys' as the second single from the All The Young Dudes album was unlikely to succeed, given that it had already been issued as the B side of the first single from the album. Perhaps that is why the release was limited to just a handful of countries. The single contained a heavily edited 2:48 version, and lacks any of the sound effects that were overdubbed onto the LP version. It was issued in January 1973 and reached #96 on the US charts.

One Of The Boys / (unknown)1973ARG7SCBS-
One Of The Boys / Sucker1973CAN7SColumbia 4-45754*
One Of The Boys / Sucker1973GER7S PR PSCBS 1210blitz. pr.*
One Of The Boys / Sucker1973GER7S PSCBS 1210*
One Of The Boys / Sucker1973HOL7S PSCBS 1210*
One Of The Boys +3197?THA7S PSTKR 747w/3 other artists*
One Of The Boys1973.01USA7S PRColumbia 4-45754S/M*
One Of The Boys / Sucker1973.01USA7SColumbia 4-45754*
 
Sweet Jane

1973 Single by Mott The Hoople

USA Promo USA Stock Canada Holland Portugal Spain 

A cover of the Velvet Underground's song 'Sweet Jane' was the third single to be released from the All The Young Dudes album in March 1973. Village Voice critic Robert Chistgau has called the the definitive version of the song.

Sweet Jane / Jerkin' Crocus1973CAN7SColumbia 4-45784*
Sweet Jane / Jerkin' Crocus1973HOL7S PSCBS 1280*
Sweet Jane / Jerkin' Crocus1973POR7S PSCBS 1280*
Sweet Jane / Jerkin' Crocus1973SPA7S PSCBS 1280*
Sweet Jane1973.03USA7S PRColumbia 4-45784S/M*
Sweet Jane / Jerkin' Crocus1973.03USA7SColumbia 4-45784grey lbl*
Sweet Jane / Jerkin' Crocus1973.03USA7SColumbia 4-45784orange lbl*
 
Honaloochie Boogie

1973 Single by Mott The Hoople

Germany Holland Israel Italy Japan Malaysia Spain Sheet Music 

Early 1973 brought a split from David Bowie and MainMan, as well as the departure of Verden Allen. 'Honaloochie Boogie' was first attempted in the new CBS studios at Whitfield Street in October 1972, and then later in February 1973 at Air Studios during sessions for the Mott album. The UK single was issued on 25 May 1973, and was originally planned to have a picture sleeve. It reached #12 in the UK charts. Once again, Richard Weaver was tapped to direct a promotional film, which was done in a basement room near Hyde Park. The band appeared on Top of the Pops in June to promote the single, with Andy Mackay in the lineup. The b-side of the single, 'Rose', is a non-LP ballad recorded at the same time as the album, and credited to the group.

Honaloochie Boogie / (three other artists)1973BRA7S PSEpic 22061Mais 4 Sucessos Internacionais*
Honaloochie Boogie / Rose1973GER7S PR PSCBS 1530blitz. pr.*
Honaloochie Boogie / Rose1973GER7S PSCBS 1530*
Honaloochie Boogie / Rose1973HOL7S PSCBS 1530*
Honaloochie Boogie / Rose1973ISR7S PSCBS 1530*
Hanaloochie Boogie [sic] / Rose1973ITA7S PSCBS 1530*
Honaloochie Boogie / Rose1973JAP7S PSEpic ECPB242*
Honaloochie Boogie / Violence1973MAL7S PSCBS 2-742*
Honaloochie Boogie / Rose1973NZ7SCBS BA 461471*
Honaloochie Boogie / Rose1973OZ7SCBS BA 221996*
Honaloochie Boogie / Rose1973SA7SCBS SSC 1268*
Honaloochie Boogie / Rose1973SPA7S PR PSCBS 1530-
Honaloochie Boogie / Rose1973SPA7S PSCBS 1530*
Honaloochie Boogie / Rose1973.05.25UK7S PRCBS 1530adapter*
Honaloochie Boogie / Rose1973.05.25UK7S PRCBS 1530solid-
Honaloochie Boogie / Rose1973.05.25UK7SCBS 1530adapter*
Honaloochie Boogie / Rose1973.05.25UK7SCBS 1530solid*
Honaloochie Boogie / Rose1973USA7SColumbia 4 45882*
Honaloochie Boogie / same1973USA7S PRColumbia 4 45882reservice label*
Honaloochie Boogie / same1973USA7S PRColumbia 4 45882*
 
All The Way From Memphis

1973 Single by Mott The Hoople

US Promo US Playback EP France Germany Promo Germany Holland Sheet Music 

As a followup to 'Honaloochie Boogie', the label pushed the band to release an edited version of 'All The Way From Memphis' on 31 August 1973. A new single they had just recorded, 'Roll Away The Stone', was pushed back to the next album. The sax solo on the song was done by Andy Mackay of Roxy Music, after failed attempts by Ronnie Ross and Bobby Keyes. 'Memphis' was quite well-received and actually made it to #10 on the UK charts, a couple spots better than the previous single.

All The Way From Memphis / Honoloochie Boogie1973FRA7S PSCBS 1820*
All The Way From Memphis / Ballad Of Mott1973GER7S PR PSCBS 1764blitz. pr.*
All The Way From Memphis / Ballad Of Mott1973GER7S PSCBS 1764*
All The Way From Memphis / Ballad Of Mott1973HOL7S PSCBS 1764*
All The Way From Memphis / Ballad Of Mott1973NZ7SCBS BA 461479*
All The Way From Memphis / Ballad Of Mott1973SWE7S PSCBS 1764-
All The Way From Memphis +3197?THA7S PSTop Teen T 108-
All The Way From Memphis / Ballad Of Mott1973UK7S PRCBS 1734adapter-
All The Way From Memphis / Ballad Of Mott1973UK7S PRCBS 1734solid-
All The Way From Memphis / Ballad Of Mott1973UK7SCBS 1734adapter*
All The Way From Memphis / Ballad Of Mott1973UK7SCBS 1734solid*
All The Way From Memphis1973USA7S PRColumbia 4 45920S/M; 2:56*
All The Way From Memphis1973USA7S PRColumbia 4 45920S/M; 2:59*
All The Way From Memphis / Ballad Of Mott1973USA7SColumbia 4 45920*
All The Way From Memphis +31973USA7S PRPlayBack AS 58book; w/3 other artists*
All The Way From Memphis / Ballad Of Mott1973YUG7S PSCBS 1764*
 
Roll Away The Stone

1973 Single by Mott The Hoople

UK Demo US Promo France Germany Promo Spain Sweden Sheet Music 

'Roll Away The Stone' was the first release to feature new keyboard player Morgan Fisher, and the last release before Mick Ralphs left the group. The single was recorded in June 1973 at AIR Studios in London, and issued on 9 November 1973. The single features Mick Ralphs on lead guitar and Thunderthighs on backing vocals. When the track was included on the subsequent album, Ariel Bender had re-done the guitar and Lynsey DePaul had re-done the spoken section in the middle of the song. The b-side, 'Where Do You All Come From', was a group composition left over from the Mott LP sessions of April 1973.

Roll Away The Stone / Golden Age Of Rock And Roll1974BRA7S PREpic 6624033 rpm*
Roll Away The Stone / Through The Looking Glass1974CAN7SColumbia 4 46076-
Roll Away The Stone / Where Do You All Come From1973FRA7S PSCBS 1895*
Roll Away The Stone / Where Do You All Come From1973GER7S PR PSCBS 1895blitz. pr.*
Roll Away The Stone / Where Do You All Come From1973GER7S PSCBS 1895*
Roll Away The Stone / Where Do You All Come From1973HOL7S PSCBS 1895*
Roll Away The Stone / Where Do You All Come From1973NZ7SCBS BA 461508*
Roll Away The Stone / Where Do You All Come From1973OZ7SCBS BA 222062*
Roll Away The Stone / Where Do You All Come From1973SA7SCBS SSC.1301*
Roll Away The Stone / Where Do You All Come From1973SPA7S PSCBS 1895*
Roll Away The Stone / Where Do You All Come From1973SWE7S PSCBS 1895issued as Sweden disc in Holland sleeve*
Roll Away The Stone +3197?THA7S PSTKR 150w/3 other artists-
Roll Away The Stone (special discoteque record)1973.11.09UK7S PRCBS 1895one-sided*
Roll Away The Stone / Where Do You All Come From1973.11.09UK7S PRCBS 1895adapter*
Roll Away The Stone / Where Do You All Come From1973.11.09UK7S PRCBS 1895test press*
Roll Away The Stone / Where Do You All Come From1973.11.09UK7S PRCBS 1895solid-
Roll Away The Stone / Where Do You All Come From1973.11.09UK7SCBS 1895solid*
Roll Away The Stone / Where Do You All Come From1973.11.09UK7SCBS 1895adapter*
Roll Away The Stone1974USA7S PRColumbia 4 46076S/M*
Roll Away The Stone / Through The Looking Glass1974USA7SColumbia 4 46076*
 
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll

1974 Single by Mott The Hoople

Australia France Germany Promo Germany Holland Italy Japan Sheet Music 
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974CAN7SColumbia 4 46035*
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974FRA7S PSCBS 2177*
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974GER7S PR PSCBS 2177blitz. pr.*
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974GER7S PSCBS 2177*
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974HOL7S PSCBS 2177*
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974.03.15HOL7SCBS 2177'Mot'-
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974ITA7S PSCBS 2177*
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974JAP7S PRCBS/Sony YAPA-12wlp-
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974JAP7S PR PSCBS/Sony SOPB 291wlp-
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974JAP7S PSCBS/Sony SOPB 291*
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974MEX7SCBS 7312*
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974NZ7SCBS BA 461520*
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1973OZ7SCBS BA 222075*
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974SA7SCBS SSC 1318*
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974SPA7S PSCBS 2177*
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974SWE7S PSCBS 2177-
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974.03.15UK7S PRCBS 2177adapter*
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974.03.15UK7S PRCBS 2177solid-
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974.03.15UK7SCBS 2177adapter*
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974.03.15UK7SCBS 2177solid*
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll1974USA7S PRColumbia 4 46035S/M; reservice label*
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll1974USA7S PRColumbia 4 46035S/M*
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974USA7SColumbia 4 46035*
Golden Age Of Rock And Roll / Rest In Peace1974YUG7S PSCBS 2177*
 
Foxy Foxy

1974 Single by Mott The Hoople

UK Demo Germany Demo Germany South Africa Promo Poster Sheet Music 

'Foxy Foxy' was recorded in January 1974 at Advision Studios, during sessions for The Hoople. It was issued on 7 June 1974, eventually reaching #33 in the UK charts. It was promoted with appearances on Top of the Pops and on the Dutch TV program TopPop.

Foxy Foxy / Trudi's Song1974GER7S PR PSCBS 2439blitzinfo*
Foxy Foxy / Trudi's Song1974GER7S PSCBS 2439*
Foxy Foxy / Trudi's Song1974HOL7SCBS 2439*
Foxy Foxy / Trudi's Song1974SA7SCBS SSC 1335*
Foxy Foxy / Trudi's Song1974SWE7SCBS 2439-
Foxy Foxy / Trudi's Song1974.06.07UK7S PRCBS 2439adapter*
Foxy Foxy / Trudi's Song1974.06.07UK7S PRCBS 2439solid-
Foxy Foxy / Trudi's Song1974.06.07UK7SCBS 2439solid*
Foxy Foxy / Trudi's Song1974.06.07UK7SCBS 2439adapter*
Foxy Foxy / Trudi's Song1974.06.07UK7SCBS 2439solid (crimson vinyl)*
Foxy Foxy / Trudi's Song1974YUG7S PSCBS 2439*
 
Saturday Gigs

1974 Single by Mott The Hoople

UK Promo Germany Promo Germany Italy Japan New Zealand Spain Yugoslavia Promo Poster 

This single began life as 'The Saturday Kids', and the recording started in August 1974 at AIR London with Ariel Bender on guitar. It was finished the next month, with Mick Ronson producing and replacing Ariel Bender's solo.'Lounge Lizard' was recorded at the same time, and intended as the b-side until it was replaced by a medley from their upcoming Live album. The Saturday Gigs' was issued on 18 October 1974, and reached #41 on the UK charts. 'The' was dropped from the title in almost all cases, and in many cases the title was listed as 'Gig' rather than 'Gigs'.

Saturday Gig / live medley1974GER7S PR PSCBS 2754blitz. pr.*
Saturday Gig / live medley1974GER7S PSCBS 2754*
Saturday Gigs / live medley1974HOL7S PSCBS 2754*
Saturday Gigs / live medley1974IT7S PSCBS 2754*
The Saturday Gigs / Foxy Foxy1974JAP7S PR PSSony/CBS SOPB311-
The Saturday Gigs / Foxy Foxy1974JAP7S PSSony/CBS SOPB311*
Saturday Gigs / live medley1974NZ7SCBS BA 461565-
Saturday Gigs / live medley1974SPA7S PSCBS 2754*
Saturday Gigs / live medley1974SWE7S PSCBS 2754-
Saturday Gig / live medley1974.10.18UK7S PRCBS 2754adapter (singular title)-
Saturday Gig / live medley1974.10.18UK7S PRCBS 2754solid (singular title)*
Saturday Gig / live medley1974.10.18UK7SCBS 2754solid (singular title)*
Saturday Gig / live medley1974.10.18UK7SCBS 2754adapter (singular title)*
Saturday Gigs / live medley1974.10.18UK7S PRCBS 2754adapter (plural title)-
Saturday Gigs / live medley1974.10.18UK7S PRCBS 2754solid (plural title)-
Saturday Gigs / live medley1974.10.18UK7SCBS 2754solid (plural title)*
Saturday Gigs / live medley1974.10.18UK7SCBS 2754adapter (plural title)-
Saturday Gig / live medley1974YUG7S PSCBS 2754*
 
All The Young Dudes (live)

1974 Single by Mott The Hoople

cover USA promo USA stock 
All The Young Dudes (live) / Rose1974CAN7SColumbia 3-10091*
Roll Away The Stone / All The Young Dudes (live)1974JAP7S PR PSCBS/Sony SOPB 303*
Roll Away The Stone / All The Young Dudes (live)1974JAP7S PSCBS/Sony SOPB 303*
All The Young Dudes (live)1974USA7S PRColumbia 3-10091S/M*
All The Young Dudes (live) / Rose1974USA7SColumbia 3-10091*
 
All The Young Dudes (reissue)

Single by Mott The Hoople

UK cover UK cover UK label US label US label US label 
All The Young Dudes / Roll Away The Stone / Once Bitten1992HOL7S PSColumbia 658177-7*
All The Young Dudes / Honaloochie Boogie1976UK7S PSCBS 3963Hall of Fame series*
All The Young Dudes / Honaloochie Boogie198?UK7SOld Gold OG-9312Old Gold series; silver lbl-
All The Young Dudes / Honaloochie Boogie1983UK7SOld Gold OG-9312Old Gold series; orange lbl-
All The Young Dudes / Honaloochie Boogie1983UK7SOld Gold OG-9312Old Gold series; tan lbl-
All The Young Dudes / Honaloochie Boogie1984UK7SCBS A4581Back Tracks series*
All The Young Dudes / Honaloochie Boogie1990UK7S PSOld Gold OG-9312pic slv; yellow lbl*
All The Young Dudes / Honaloochie Boogie19??USA7SColumbia 38-74712'Hopple'*
All The Young Dudes / (Ten Years After)198?USA7SRock'n'Mania RMGD-1212*
All The Young Dudes / Honaloochie Boogie198?USA7SColumbia 13-33249Hall of Fame series*
All The Young Dudes / (Ten Years After)1983USA7SRock'n'Mania RMG-400*
All The Young Dudes / Honaloochie Boogie1984USA7SColumbia 4-33249Hall of Fame series*
 
Roll Away The Stone (reissue)

Single by Mott The Hoople

Australia label 
Roll Away The Stone / Foxy Foxy1976OZ7SCBS BA 222213-
Roll Away The Stone / Where Do You All Come From1980OZ7S PRCBS BA 222062*
Roll Away The Stone / All The Way From Memphis1979UK7SCBS CBS S-7065Golden Decade series-