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Too Bad This is Incomplete

Ah, Mother's Finest. The most rockin' band I saw live in the seventies. Their music sounds just as good today as it did over thirty years ago. Now only if I-Tunes can complete this album and then post their self-titled debut album, all will come to understand why Mother's Finest is still popular and still touring. Young bands should take notes here on how good songs, great musicians, precision performance, and a huge stack of Marshall amps will win every time.


Dudes! Up until now you offered MF without Baby Love...A total gen X f*ckup! Anyway glad someone with a brain came through. And now you need to offer the greatest MF tune of all time "Niggiz can't sing rock'n'roll no more". Please,please,please...

Another Mother Further

Saw M'sF in Chattanooga, in 1979. What a show. They were the opening act, and to me was the main show! The whole band was so together, and the singers never let up. It was an hour of great performance and massive music. Love every song on this album.


Formed: Atlanta, GA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s

Georgia funk rock band Mother's Finest might appear to be only a blip on the radar screen of rock history, but not to any of the headlining bands they've stolen shows from — or any of the audiences who saw it happen. Following in the footsteps of the racially-mixed Sly & the Family Stone, Mother's Finest blended white guitarist Moses Mo and drummer B.B. "Queen" Borden with black vocalists Joyce Kennedy and Glenn Murdock, bassist Wyzard, and keyboardist Mike, for its 1976 self-titled debut...
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