Bootsy Collins' New Rubber Band

Bootsy Collins' New Rubber Band

Bootsy Collins' New Rubber Band

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The Pinocchio Theory [Live at the Jungle Club, Tokyo, Japan - June 24-25, 1994]
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Hollywood Squares [Live at the Jungle Club, Tokyo, Japan - June 24-25, 1994]
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Medley: Stretchin' Out/ Touch Somebody [Live at the Jungle Club, Tokyo, Japan - June 24-25, 1994]
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J.R. (Just Right) [Version 2]
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Ahh...The Name Is Bootsy, Baby [Live at the Jungle Club, Tokyo, Japan - June 24-25, 1994]

Albums

  • Keepin' Dah Funk "Alive" 4-1995

    Dec 2013 • 18 songs

  • Blasters of the Universe

    Jul 2006 • 23 songs

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Bootsy Collins' New Rubber Band

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Bootsy Collins is one of the all-time great funk and R&B bassists, besides being a consummate character. Born in Cincinnati, Collins formed the Pacesetters during the '60s, a unit that not only included vocalist Philippe Wynne (later of Spinners fame), but also George Clinton as a sideman. Collins and Clinton soon established a lifelong personal and musical friendship, and Collins and his comrades became part of the JB's, James Brown's backing band, from 1969 to 1971. Collins' inspired, clever progressions and patterns were a vital part of such records as "Get Up, I Feel Like...
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