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Broadside Outcasts - Mott* - Shouting And Pointing (Cassette, Album)


  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Shouting And Pointing on Discogs. Label: Columbia - PC • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Glam, Classic Rock, Rock & Roll.
  2. Shouting And Pointing 01 Shouting And Pointing 02 Collision Course 03 Storm 04 Career (No Such Thing As Rock 'N' Roll) 05 Hold On, You're Crazy 06 See You Again 07 Too Short Arms (I Don't Care) 08 Broadside Outcasts 09 Good Times Bonus Track 10 Too Short Arms (I Don't Care) (Eddie Kramer / Electric Lady Mix).
  3. In the end they became Mott and did a track on their second LP, "Shouting and Pointing" called 'Broadside Outcasts'. Anyway our The Broadside Outcasts recorded this one, very acoustic EP. Went through line-up changes and eventually -- led by Clive -- reached the final of the South of England Rock and Pop Contest held at the Top Rank in Reading in and appeared at an early Greenbelt .
  4. SHOUTING AND POINTING By Mott The Hoople. • 9 songs. 7. Too Short Arms (I Don'T Care) 8. Broadside Outcasts. 9. Good Times. More by Mott The Hoople Mott The Hoople Live (Expanded Deluxe Edition) More Mott The Hoople. Listen to SHOUTING AND POINTING now. Listen to SHOUTING AND POINTING.
  5. The album was split into the two sides of the vinyl, side one 'Shouting' and side two 'Pointing.' The opening title track is an all time classic rallying call for futuristic Hot Motts, very similar in feel to the Who's 'Won't Get Fooled Again'.
  6. Listen to your favorite songs from Shouting And Pointing by Mott The Hoople Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Broadside Outcasts: 9. Good Times: Too Short Arms (I Don't Care) (Eddie Kramer/Electric Lady Mix) album. Shouting And Pointing Mott The Hoople. 10 songs (43 minutes.
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  8. 8. Broadside Outcasts 9. Good Times "Shouting And Pointing" is redeemed by Morgan Fisher's excellent piano and some good mid-track guitar, but otherwise it is dominated by Nigel Benjamin's high-pitched vocal and various "heavy rock" clichés/5(21).