Mother's Finest

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Mother's Finest - Mother's Finest Mother's Finest
Soul New - LP LSP 4790 RCA
Factory Sealed 1972 Original. Tracks Are "Love Is All I Need (It's Too Hard To Carry On)," "It's What You Do With What You Got," "Sweeten The Air You Breathe," "Dear Sir And Brother Mann," "You Make Me Feel So Good," "You'll Like It Hear," "Love The One You're With," "Feelin' Alright" And "You Move Me." Rare.... more details
 
Mother's Finest - Looks Could Kill Looks Could Kill
Funk New - LP 48988 Capitol
Sealed, Hard To Find 1989 Original. Small Saw Cut.... more details
 
Mother's Finest - Dis Go Dis Way, Dis Go Dat Way / Thank You For The Love Dis Go Dis Way, Dis Go Dat Way / Thank You For The Love
Pop New - 12 28-50438 Epic
Sealed 1977 Original In Generic Printed Die-Cut Sleeve. COH.... more details
 
Mother's Finest - Iron Age Iron Age
Pop Used - LP SD 19302 Atlantic
1981 Original. Includes A "One" Sheet. Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. Some Minor Scuffs On Back Cover. “Whether Mother's Finest Was More Rock-Minded Or R&B-Minded On A Particular Album Usually Had A Lot To Do With What Label The Band Was Recording For At The Time And Who Was In Charge In The A&R Department. Some A&R Men Wanted Mother's Finest To Be An Urban Contemporary Act And Cater To Black Radio's Tastes, But On Iron Age, MF Was Clearly Going After The Heavy Metal/Hard Rock Audience Of The Early 1980s. MF Never Sounded More Focused And Inspired Than It Does On This Excellent LP, And Forceful Gems Like "Rock 'N Roll 2 Nite," "U Turn Me On" And "Movin' On" Indicated That MF Should Forget About What Black Radio Was Playing And Simply Concentrate On Being A Great Metal/Hard Rock Band (Which Is What It Really Wanted To Be, Anyway).” - Alex Henderson, AMG... more details
 
Mother's Finest - Iron Age Iron Age
Pop New - LP SD 19302 Atlantic
Sealed 1981 Original. “Whether Mother's Finest Was More Rock-Minded Or R&B-Minded On A Particular Album Usually Had A Lot To Do With What Label The Band Was Recording For At The Time And Who Was In Charge In The A&R Department. Some A&R Men Wanted Mother's Finest To Be An Urban Contemporary Act And Cater To Black Radio's Tastes, But On Iron Age, MF Was Clearly Going After The Heavy Metal/Hard Rock Audience Of The Early 1980s. MF Never Sounded More Focused And Inspired Than It Does On This Excellent LP, And Forceful Gems Like "Rock 'N Roll 2 Nite," "U Turn Me On" And "Movin' On" Indicated That MF Should Forget About What Black Radio Was Playing And Simply Concentrate On Being A Great Metal/Hard Rock Band (Which Is What It Really Wanted To Be, Anyway).” Alex Henderson, AMG... more details
 

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