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Head Bangin And Booty Shakin - Mothers Finest - Black Radio Wont Play This Record (CD, Album)

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Label: Scotti Bros. Records - 512 415-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul •


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9 Comments to Head Bangin And Booty Shakin - Mothers Finest - Black Radio Wont Play This Record (CD, Album)

  1. Mezil says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Black Radio Won't Play This Record on Discogs/5(2).
  2. Fenrilabar says:
    Mother's Finest - Black Radio Won't Play This Record - Music 'The Wall', 'Attitude', and 'Head-Bangin' and Booty-Shakin'' are all prime examples of this rather unique hybrid style. Joyce "Baby Jean" Kennedy as usual continues to unleash some of the most powerfully soulful vocals ever heard in the history of 20th century rock /5(18).
  3. Dailrajas says:
    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Mother's Finest - Black Radio Won't Play This Record at Discogs. Complete your Mother's Finest collection/5(26).
  4. Mazunris says:
    Though Mother's Finest had some success in the R&B market with the hit "Love Changes," the Atlanta residents were always rockers at heart. After reuniting in the late '80s, MF aimed at the urban contemporary market with Looks Could Kill-- a pedestrian, forgettable effort that had very little going for the Led Zeppelin-influenced band more than made up for that artistic blunder with 6/
  5. Voodoojin says:
    The title basically implies that the band's music was too rock-oriented for black radio in the 90's (specifically early 90's) to play. That was the period where black radio played mostly R&B, New Jack Swing, and hip-hop music. Mother's Finest refused to compromise their vision in favor of having a hit radio record.
  6. Mikagami says:
    "On what is their heaviest and most conscious album, 's Black Radio Won't Play This Record, perennially underappreciated cult act and founders of funk metal Mother's Finest penned a song that perfectly describes their sound: "Head Bangin' and Booty Shakin'.".
  7. Taukora says:
    Songtexte von Mother’s Finest mit deutschen Übersetzungen, Lyrics, Liedtexte und Musik-Videos kostenlos auf
  8. Nikot says:
    Mother's Finest is an American rock band founded in Atlanta, Georgia, by the vocal duo of Joyce "Baby Jean" Kennedy and Glenn "Doc" Murdock in when the pair met up with guitarist Gary "Moses Mo" Moore and bassist Jerry "Wyzard" Seay. Their music is a blend of funky rhythms, heavy rock guitars and expressive soul/R&B-style vocals. The group charted with the singles "Fire" (No. 93 Pop.
  9. Gazuru says:
    This doesn't sound like a Mother's Finest album at all, Black Radio Won't Play This Record () and the best tracks are a blast: "Crack Babies" and "Shirt" are heavy riff tunes, while "Head Bangin' And Booty Shakin'" is an updated take on the band's 70s funk-rock.

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