Feature length Mott the Hoople documentary.
Also containing over an hours worth of bonus material – Including never before seen footage of the bands triumphant 2009 Hammersmith reunion concert (the only OFFICIALLY released film footage from the concert).
A 12-page DVD booklet with liner notes from MORRISSEY.
DVD Extras/Bonus Features: 1. 2009 Hammersmith Reunion Unseen live footage from the triumphant 40th anniversary at Hammersmith Apollo in 2009 plus much much more
10/10 "BRILLIANT, A FANTASTIC JOURNEY - BUY THIS DVD" - DAVID QUANTICK/CLASSIC ROCK
"A GREAT DOCUMENTARY" - THE GUARDIAN
"EVERYTHING YOU'D HOPE FOR...COMPELLING, MOVING, COMPLETELY DEVOID OF FILLER" - JOHN HARRIS/SHINDIG!
The Mott doc was on BBC4 last Friday loads of press in the weekend papers, pick of the day in the Guardian, Times, Sunday Times etc. Now available at a much lower price. One of the most important bands of the late ’60s and early ’70s!
The rock act that made a stray Bowie song into an anthem for a generation and beyond! A singer with recognisable hair and ever-present shades! Mott The Hoople are perhaps known to all music fans, but what of their story?
The Ballad of Mott the Hoople is a feature length documentary that tells the story of of one of England’s most cherished rock ‘n’ roll bands. The Ballad Of The Mott The Hoople is not only a fascinating documentary, whose cast are a testament to the music, it is also a heart warming saga of the ascendency and decline of a group who were ploughing a musical landscape across a period in cultural history that was generally breaking new ground. If anything will gain them the lasting respect they deserve it is this thoughtful, provoking and enjoyable film.