Supposedly, the Trident tracks were recorded when Lou & David took a break from recording "Transformer" and join Mott while they were recording the "All The Young Dudes" album. The Glasgow Ziggy show is not complete and there are cuts between the tracks. It's the Mott session that makes this one worth listening to!
Tucked away in the depths of Soho, Trident played host to many a legend over the years. This was where The Beatles made ‘Hey Jude’, Carly Simon recorded the mysterious ‘You’re So Vain’ and T-Rex worked on their glam-tastic album ‘Electric Warrior’. Trident also played an important part in David Bowie’s early career with ‘Space Oddity’, ’Hunky Dory’ and ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust’ all laid down here. The facility closed in 1981.