Mother was the name of the UK production duo Jools Brettle and Lee Fisher. They had two minor hits in the UK: “All Funked Up” (1993, highest UK chart position #34) and “Get Back” (1994, #73).


Mother - Watamanu? album art Mother Watamanu? (Album) 6 x 6 Records UK 1996 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Mother - All Funked Up! album art Mother All Funked Up! (Maxi, Single) Bosting Records UK 1993 Sell This Version
Mother - Get Back album art Mother Get Back 6 x 6 Records UK 1994 Sell This Version
Mother - Funk Bomb album art Mother Funk Bomb Jackpot UK 1998 Sell This Version
Fab 001 Mother - Come With Me album art Mother Come With Me(12", Promo) Fabric Fab 001 UK 1999 Sell This Version
netg4 Mother - All Funked Up / Bells Of NY album art Mother / Slo Moshun Mother / Slo Moshun - All Funked Up / Bells Of NY(12") Network Records netg4 UK 2008 Sell This Version


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November 8, 2003
'All Funked Up' from was originally released as a white label under the aegis of Birmingham DJ Lee Fisher's record shop 'Pure Records'.It was one of the very few new club records that nosed their way into the charts during the early 90's. Fisher was a regular at Birminghams late 80's, early 90's clubs, 'Decadance' and 'A Better Way'. I believe, but I may be wrong, that he then formed the more substantial 'Bosting Records'. Check out the 1994 Bosting release, Charmaine Dennis'-Let the Music Play which bears the distinctive, strident horn stabs of 'All Funked Up'as well as a belting vocal. The shop withered away by the mid 90's but will always be fondly remembered by many of us as the only place to pick up those explosive and exciting 'progressive' tunes of the early 90's.

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