Mott the Hoople : Diary of A Rock'n'Roll Star - Ian Hunter's autobiography.

£45.00

Despite a reprint the same year as it was first published, this book is considered something of a rarity and has always been in demand. Not just by Mott fans but as a frank and candid account of what standing on the verge of international rock stardom was really like.  Even the later 1996 reprint was listing  online for more than £65-100 after it had gone out of print.Eventually Hunter’s wife Trudi reclaimed the rights deluxe, signed hardback in a slipcase as issued.  Nevertheless the original printings have remained collector’s items. Regarded as classic – one of the best early R’N’R biographies !

Copy on the left has reprinted 1974 (year of 1st publication)
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Despite a reprint the same year as it was first published, this book is considered something of a rarity and has always been in demand. Not just by Mott fans but as a frank and candid account of what standing on the verge of international rock stardom was really like.  Even the later 1996 reprint was listing  online for more than £65-100 after it had gone out of print.Eventually Hunter’s wife Trudi reclaimed the rights deluxe, signed hardback in a slipcase as issued.  Nevertheless the original printings have remained collector’s items. Regarded as classic – one of the best early R’N’R biographies !

Copy on the left has reprinted 1974 (year of 1st publication)

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