Your Mama Won't Like Me (Expanded Edit.)
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At long last a CD release in its own right for the third studio album from the Queen of Glam, Suzi Quatro Includes the single Your Mamma Won t Like Me which hit No.31 in the UK, No.12 in Australia and No.27 in Germany Also features the singles I May Be Too Young and I Bit Off More Than I Could Chew which reached No.34 in Germany Now comes with four bonus tracks including two B-sides never previously issued on CD before Booklet features original LP artwork, detailed liner notes by Phil Hendriks, pictures of all relevant singles sleeves and the whole project has been remastered to the highest standard by Tim Turan
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Wieder zieht Suzi Quatro alle Register. Meine persönlichen Favoriten sind "Your mama won't like me", "Michael" und "I may be to young". Auch die Vertonung des Elvis-Hits "Fever" ist sehr gut gelungen.
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Your mamma has great material such as Michael which was a single and of course the title of the album was the first single off this classic. A great track that really puts womens sexuality out there in a big way and a take charge approach in a more dominate manner, very ground breaking at the time.
Other hot tracks on this album, is the haunting Prisoner of your Imagination and it's also got an excellent saltry version of Peggy Lee's Fever.
It's fanstastic to see this album is finally out in it's own right and digitally remastered (in 2012) also with the extra bonus tracks. I don't know what it is about this album but it leaves you wanting more it's a mystery.
A great purchase*****5 Stars*****
of the previous album "Quatro" into a funky Rock Album. Both styles suit her and
her screaming vocals drive the album along with Len's lead guitar at a blistering pace
only pausing occasionally for a breath with the crowd pleasing favourite ballad, "Michael".
The albums title track "Your Mama Won't Like Me" and "Bit off more than I could chew" are well known
favourites but there is far more enjoyment in this album for those who listen several times.
"Prisoner of your Imagination" and other fantastic tracks makes it an album worth adding to your collection. I have every Quatro album released (that I know of!) and this has become one of my favourites. This Quatro Album deserves to be in your collection and it should be played LOUD!!!
Why Suzi isn't in the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame is unbelievable, she deserves it and is still
rocking hard and pumping out some great discs of late (In the Spotlight and Back to the Drive).
Grab a copy and enjoy!!!!!!!!!!
With this third album, Quatro had shifted direction from her trademark driving hard rock to a rock sound more informed by funk, soul and jazz styles - one that uses Moog synthesizers, a brass section and back-up singers, Gonzalez, to wonderful, rhythmic, soul-stirring, "adult" effect.
But the thing that makes it stand out from most of her other records is the fact that 70 percent of it was self-penned with then husband/guitarist Len Tuckey. An under-recognized song-writing team, their talent grounds this album, as it had done on their debut two years earlier. Rarely better, and dropping her former high pitch, Quatro's voice is stirring and soulful throughout, particularly on the cruisier jazz-rock tracks in the second half. Striving for aggression on a few others, though, it sounds a bit forced and harsh at times. Production by Mike Chapman ties the whole thing together in the sublime cohesive style that would soon make him uber-successful.
Chapman and song-writing partner Nicky Chinn contribute three great tracks. The title track is a fantastic super-charged exercise in heavy funk rock - it is amazing that it hasn't been sampled by a dj somewhere - while the driving `I Bit Off More Than I Can Chew' has the feel of a free form jamm. But it is the Quatro-Tuckey compositions that flesh the album and provide its depth and texture. The outstanding `Prisoner of Your Imagination' is a beautiful epic that changes tempo between funk, hard rock and dreamy balladry, while `You Can Make Me Want You' - a sister song of sorts to Chapman/Chinn's `Strip Me' - is a dark soulful, Joplin-esque exposé of manipulative love. `Can't Trust Love' and `New Day Woman' are both lovely cruisey jazz rock influenced tracks, as is the album's only cover - a sassy version of Peggy Lee's `Fever'. `Paralyzed' ensures an old style Quatro rocker appears on the list. And the closer, `Michael', is a haunting ballad that showcases Quatro's vocals at their emotional (and screaming, slightly hysterical) best.
It is hard to understand how critics could have dismissed this album at the time or why the public mostly ignored it. `Your Mamma Won't Like Me' caught Quatro at a creative, if not commercial peak. While it is definitely her greatest departure, you get the impression it is her greatest expression of what she (or Chapman?) really wanted to record. Essential.