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For his fourth and biggest-selling solo album, Ian Hunter again partnered with his former Mott the Hoople bandmate and David Bowie guitarist Mick Ronson and recorded with three members of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band. (Early album sessions also included John Cale and ex–Sex Pistol Glen Matlock.) You get heady classics (“Just Another Night,” “Cleveland Rocks”), Mott-styled weepers (“Ships,” “Standin’ in My Light”), and a cockeyed, Lennon-esque look at love (“Bastard”). But the real gem is Hunter’s woefully overlooked “When the Daylight Comes,” a song of such tender longing it would’ve stood out on a great Bob Dylan album. Deeper tracks confirm Hunter to be a consummate rock balladeer of the '70s, if only for his ability to document sadness with manifest destiny (“a little less ego/a little more fight”). The album’s muscular mix is an early effort by Bob Clearmountain (Springsteen, Bryan Adams, Simple Minds) and goes lengths to fortify glam-dad Hunter’s storyteller rock ’n’ roll. The 30th-anniversary edition collects unreleased demos and series of tunes recorded live in Cleveland, London, and Berkeley, Calif.


Born: June 3, 1939 in Owestry, Shropshire, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

With Mott the Hoople, guitarist/vocalist Ian Hunter established himself as one of the toughest and most inventive hard rock songwriters of the early '70s, setting the stage for punk rock with his edgy, intelligent songs. As a solo artist, Hunter never attained the commercial heights of Mott the Hoople, but he cultivated a dedicated cult following. Hunter was born in Owestry, Shropshire, but was raised in cities throughout England since his father worked in the British Intelligence agency called...
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