Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Mott - Shouting and Pointing (1976)

Mott - Shouting and Pointing (1976)


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Side one

"Shouting and Pointing" (Morgan Fisher, Pete Overend Watts) – 4:31

"Collision Course" (Watts) – 3:25

"Storm" (Fisher, Ray Major, Watts) – 5:31

"Career (No Such Thing as Rock 'n' Roll)" (Nigel Benjamin, Fisher) – 5:26


Side two

"Hold on, You're Crazy" (Watts) – 4:31

"See You Again" (Watts) – 4:22

"Too Short Arms (I Don't Care)" (Fisher, Major) – 4:00

"Broadside Outcasts" (Fisher, Watts) – 3:18

"Good Times" (Harry Vanda, George Young) – 3:57




 

Mott Band Members / Musicians

Nigel Benjamin – lead vocals, rhythm and acoustic guitars

Ray Major – lead and slide guitars, backing vocals

Morgan Fisher – piano, backing vocals, organ, synthesizer

Pete Overend Watts – bass, backing vocals

Dale "Buffin" Griffin – drums, backing vocals, percussion

Technical

Mott – producer, arranger

Eddie Kramer – producer, engineer

Mick "The Mint" Glossop – engineer

Bill Price, Ric Stokes – mastering

Roslav Szaybo – design

Alan Messer, Dale Griffin, Gered Mankowitz – photography





Shouting and Pointing is a 1976 album by British band Mott. It was the 2nd and final album by the group.

Despite favorable nods by critics in the music press, Shouting and Pointing was the only Mott album to not chart at all in either the U.S. or U.K. Following that disappointment, the band was dropped by CBS records. Singer Benjamin left, to be replaced by ex-Medicine Head band singer/guitarist John Fiddler, and the band changed their name to British Lions, just one year after the release of this album.

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