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Darth Pazuzu 05-14-2021 05:46 PM

Whose is the greatest "Mother" in rock?
 
A bit of an apples-and-oranges (-and bananas-and-cherries) poll question here - one to rival that of Foxhound, the undisputed King of Apples and Oranges himself! :tongue:

And the question is:
Which rock artist is responsible for the best song with the title of Mother?

Here are your options:




To be perfectly honest, I'm not anticipating a whole lot of votes for the Police song, but I felt it couldn't hurt to include it! :lol:

I guess there's a whole essay to be written about the sort of love/hate ambivalence expressed toward the maternal in rock music, but I'll leave that to some brighter spark than myself. ;)

For the record, I'm voting for Pink Floyd. But it's almost a three-way tie between Floyd, Lennon and Danzig!

Foxhound 05-14-2021 09:35 PM

Re: Whose is the greatest "Mother" in rock?
 
Pink Floyd. The others are all grating on the ears.

:frown:

BeatlesFan3287 05-16-2021 03:53 PM

Re: Whose is the greatest "Mother" in rock?
 
Vote for Pink Floyd

I like the John Lennon one too. I don't know the Danzig one. The Police one is nearly unlistenable and is easily my least favorite song from them.


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