Your Mamma Won't Like Me
|Your Mamma Won't Like Me|
|Studio album by Suzi Quatro|
|Genre||Hard rock, pop rock|
|Producer||Mike Chapman and Nicky Chinn|
|Suzi Quatro chronology|
|Singles from Your Mamma Won't Like Me|
Your Mamma Won't Like Me is the third studio album by Suzi Quatro. Released in 1975, the album marked a change in the hard rock sound from the singer's previous albums Suzi Quatro and Quatro, instead displaying a more funk oriented rock sound.
The tour dates were as follows:
23 February- The Apollo (Glasgow)
24 February- Newcastle City Hall
25 February- Hard Rock- Manchester
26 February- Preston Guildhall
3 March- Liverpool Stadium
4 March- Sheffield City Hall
5 March- Birmingham Town Hall
6 March- Ipswich Gaumant
8 March- Rainbow Theatre
- "I Bit Off More Than I Could Chew" (Mike Chapman, Nicky Chinn) - 3:44
- "Strip Me" (Chapman, Chinn) - 3:10
- "Paralysed" (Suzi Quatro, Len Tuckey) - 2:44
- "Prisoner of Your Imagination" (Quatro, Tuckey) - 4:51
- "Your Mamma Won't Like Me" (Chapman, Chinn) - 3:59
- "Can't Trust Love" (Quatro, Tuckey) - 3:42
- "New Day Woman" (Quatro, Tuckey) - 3:37
- "Fever" (Eddie Cooley, John Davenport) - 3:39
- "You Can Make Me Want You" (Quatro, Tuckey) - 3:43
- "Michael" (Quatro, Tuckey) - 3:31
- Suzi Quatro - lead vocals, bass guitar, writer
- Len Tuckey - lead guitar, backing vocals, writer
- Dave Neal- drums, backing vocals
- Alistair Mackenzie- keyboards, backing vocals
- Bud Beadle - saxophone
- Chris Mercer - saxophone
- Mick Eve - saxophone
- Steve Gregory - saxophone
- Ron Carthy - trumpet
- Pete Coleman - engineer
- Mike Chapman - producer, writer
- Nicky Chinn - producer, writer
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- "Your Mama Won't Like Me : Credits". Allmusic. Retrieved 2014-04-11.
- Strong, Martin C. (2000). The Great Rock Discography (5th ed.). Edinburgh: Mojo Books. pp. 785–6. ISBN 1-84195-017-3.
- "Suzi Quatro - Your Mamma Won't Like Me (Vinyl, LP, Album) at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2014-04-11.