“Every Mother’s Son’s Back” by Every Mother’s Son - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1967Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

10 originals and 1 cover on this set, as the group trace their recent roots by tackling “I May Be Right” a folk-rocker originally done by The Big 3 in 1964. Pass marks to “I’d Rather Be Right Than Wrong”, the only tune which carries any sense of cool – once again I note cool basslines and swirling organ – the key ingredients of the tracks which got pass marks on the debut album. The rest is just too lightweight – as other critics have noted this really is clean-cut pop-rock for the Monkees crowd…

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A1 [02:13] 4.4.png Every Mother’s Son - Rainflowers (Dennis Larden, Larry Larden) Pop
A2 [02:10] 4.3.png Every Mother’s Son - Another Day, Another Song (Dennis Larden, Larry Larden) Cerebral Pop
A3 [02:14] 3.7.png Every Mother’s Son - Dolls In The Clock (Dennis Larden, Larry Larden) Psychedelia
A4 [02:37] 4.7.png Every Mother’s Son - I May Be Right (Richard Weissman) Folk Rock / Americana
A5 [02:37] 4.6.png Every Mother’s Son - Only Child (Bruce Milner, Schuyler Larsen) Cerebral Pop
A6 [02:06] 5.3.png Every Mother’s Son - I’d Rather Be Right Than Wrong (Dennis Larden, Larry Larden) Pop
B1 [02:29] 4.1.png Every Mother’s Son - Sally (Life Story Number 3) (Dennis Larden, Larry Larden) Pop
B2 [02:09] 3.2.png Every Mother’s Son - Pony With The Golden Mane (Dennis Larden, Larry Larden) Folk Rock / Americana
B3 [02:36] 4.1.png Every Mother’s Son - The Proper Four Leaf Clover (Bruce Milner, Schuyler Larsen) Cerebral Pop
B4 [02:36] 3.8.png Every Mother’s Son - Put You Mind At Ease (Dennis Larden, Larry Larden) Psychedelia
B5 [03:12] 1.5.png Every Mother’s Son - Larry’s Birthday Party (Dennis Larden, Lary Larden, Bruce J. Milner, Christopher Augustine, Schuyler Larsen) Sketch / Skit
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