Suzi Quatro changed direction with her third album. Previously, she was the glammed-up, leather-trousered, pop rocker; with Your Mamma Won't Like Me Quatro incorporated funk and a little r'n'b.
In my tiny adolescent world I couldn't believe how much I loved the title track, and how the album sounded the most 'adult' I'd yet heard (ooh, that spooky vocal break in Prisoner). Yes, it was a small world, but even now it's hard to resist this album's energy. Suzi rampages like a mad colonialist through the territories of rock, soul and funk. Her gusto and Mike Chapman's pop sheen make for some honest commercial music. The 4 bonus tracks are all worthwhile, with the single I May Be Too Young a nice surprise.
As with the previous reissues by 7Ts the sound is the best yet, and the booklet contains plenty of pics and a commentary.