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Album Mother Fist and Her Five Daughters. Well now I've been on my own for many a year Seems like I'll never get loved Got me a hand on this brother of mine And I'm gonna get me the rub Turn me the lights down to a purple glow Put Bessie Smith on the wail Bring me the five young daughters And help my ship to set. sail. Mother Fist never gets angry Mother Fist she never gets bored I don't have to feed her I just have to need her She cries give me the word
Band Name Marc Almond. Album Name Mother Fist and Her Five Daughters. Data de aparición Abril 1987. Labels Virgin Records. Estilo MusicalNew-Wave. Miembros poseen este álbum1. 2. There Is a Bed. 3. Saint Judy. 5. Angel in Her Kiss. 8. Mr. Sad. 10. The Sea Says. 12. Ruby Red. 13. The River.
Mother Fist and Her Five Daughters (often shortened to Mother Fist) is the third studio album by the British singer/songwriter Marc Almond. It was released in April 1987 and reached number 41 on the UK Albums Chart. Mother Fist and Her Five Daughters includes the singles "Ruby Red", "Melancholy Rose", and "Mother Fist". The album title is taken from Nocturnal Turnings or How Siamese Twins Have Sex, a short story by the American author Truman Capote. Almond dedicates the album in the liner notes to Capote.
Tracklist: 1. Mother Fist, 2. There Is A Bed, 3. Saint Judy, 4. The Room Below, 5. Angel In Her Kiss, 6. The Hustler, 7. Melancholy Rose, 8. Sad, 9. The Sea Says, 10. Champ, 11. Ruby Red, 12. Absinthe – The French Album by Marc Almond. View all albums . Mother Fist And Her Five Daughters. By: Marc Almond (1987, Electronic).
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Mother Fist keeps going from strength to strength as the album progresses, almost a series of short stories come to life exploring hustlers, burnt-out boxers, romantic dreams, and desires; its centerpiece, the wonderful "Mr. Sad," shifts perfectly from a solo vocal with electric guitar to a full orchestral blast. All this and two great should-have-been hit singles, "Melancholy Rose" and the pulsing "Ruby Red," as well. An all-around triumph.
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