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Key Musicians

  1. Nevertheless, key musicians such as Bootsy Collins began to depart. (Web site)

Best

  1. Besides George Clinton, Bootsy Collins is probably the mobster who is best known to people outside P-Funk circles. (Web site)

Executive

  1. The studio release is produced by Tobotius & Freekbass, and Executive produced by Bootsy Collins.

Bass Guitar

  1. It is commonly used with a bass guitar and many fine examples can be found by listening to recordings by Bootsy Collins. (Web site)

Group

  1. Crawford was lead vocalist in a group that included bassist Bootsy Collins before touring as George Benson's opening act in 1972.

Last Album

  1. Records. It would be the last album that Bootsy Collins would record for the label. (Web site)

Own

  1. Bass guitarist Bootsy Collins comes into his own on four of the tracks, especially on the title song "Funkentelechy". (Web site)

Album Reviews

  1. RollingStone.com: Bootsy Collins - Includes biography, photo gallery, news, discography, album reviews, and message board.

Cincinnati

  1. William Collins (born October 26, 1951, Cincinnati, Ohio), best known as Bootsy Collins, is a pioneering funk bassist, singer and songwriter. (Web site)

Bass

  1. The group was joined by Bootsy Collins on bass, with MC Hammer performing a dance in James Brown style.

Punk Rock Bands

  1. Flea's style is influenced by Bootsy Collins, funk music and by the energy of early punk rock bands such as Black Flag.

Album

  1. Bassist Bootsy Collins emerged as the principal musician on this album, playing virtually all of the instruments on a number of tracks. (Web site)

Buckethead

  1. In 1992, he joined Buckethead in Praxis, a project assembled by studio wizard Bill Laswell, which also included Bootsy Collins and Bernie Worrell.
  2. See also Dreamspeed for similar music--though it's Buckethead, Bootsy Collins, Laswell and Fred Frith on guitars and basses. (Web site)

Own Groups

  1. By the mid-70s, Brown's star-status was on the wane, and key musicians such as Bootsy Collins had begun to depart to form their own groups.

George Clinton

  1. Having played and recorded with George Clinton, Bernie Worrell, and Bootsy Collins, John has been thoroughly schooled by the masters.
  2. In the mid '70's Maceo hooked up with Bootsy Collins and George Clinton, and the various incarnations of Funkadelic and Parliament. (Web site)
  3. Freekbass brought his own brand of funk to the masses while keeping true to the bone shaking funk of George Clinton & Bootsy Collins.

Bootsy Collins

  1. In addition to Bootsy Collins, the album featured two other James Brown refugees: horn legends Maceo Parker and Fred Wesley. (Web site)
  2. In the early 1970s, Bernie Worrell, Bootsy Collins and Catfish Collins joined Funkadelic, which released five albums by 1974. (Web site)
  3. The album was produced by Bootsy Collins, while George Clinton serves as executive producer. (Web site)

Categories

  1. George Clinton
  2. Funkadelic
  3. Own Groups
  4. Senses > Hearing > Sound > Buckethead
  5. Wane
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