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Watch My Stylin - Mothers Finest - Mother Factor (Cassette, Album)

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  1. It's now in the cut-out bins; ignored or forgotten -- much like Mother's Finest -- by all except a select few. Still active, the group's latest CD is called Not Yer Mother's Funk -- The Very Best of Mother's Finest, and features mostly material from the first two albums. Albums. Mother's Finest (), RCA; Mother's Finest .
  2. Oct 24,  · Mother Factor is a more r&b flavored album with some sparser tunes on it. Many of these songs are among the best Mother's Finest has to offer and are classics in their own right. My personal favorite is I Can't Believe. This is a heart wrenching song with a /5(11).
  3. Third (or fourth if you count the live) album from the multi-facet Mother’s Finest, but it’s a fairly different beast altogether. Indeed Mother Factor sees the funk-disco dimension of the band get the lion’s share of the album, and the hard-rock direction almost reduced to nil.
  4. The Mothers Finest story starts in Chicago with singer Glenn Murdock. "My mother, Carolyn Edwina Winters, was a hoofer," he begins. "She was very pretty and formed a social club, The Operalettes, teaching women to sing and dance. She instilled in me the appreciation of all music: from big band jazz to 'Rhapsody in Blue.'.
  5. Mother Factor is a more r&b flavored album with some sparser tunes on it. Many of these songs are among the best Mother's Finest has to offer and are classics in their own right. My personal favorite is I Can't Believe. This is a heart wrenching song with a vocal performance by Joyce Kennedy to match/5(11).
  6. Tracklist: Can't Fight The Feeling () Tell Me () Watch My Stylin' () Love Changes () Don't Wanna Come Back ().
  7. One of the funkiest sets ever from Mother's Finest, and maybe our favorite album from the group's late 70s run on Epic Records! Production is by Skip Scarborough, who brings up some of the group's more soulful currents, but without losing their rocking impulses from before – and singer Joyce Kennedy's never sounded better in the setting! Basslines seem to take more prominence than before.
  8. For the remainder of the s, Mother's Finest became the most dangerous opening act in rock, blowing away headliners like Aerosmith, Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush, and Ted Nugent.A subpar third album, 's Mother Factor, took nothing away from the band's live performances, as vocalists Murdock-- and particularly the powerful Kennedy-- enthralled audiences over the funk rock backline of .