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LARRY GRAHAM
CYNTHIA ROBINSON
JERRY MARTINI
FRED WESLEY
FUNK MUSICIANS
GREG ERRICO
CLYDE STUBBLEFIELD
ERRICO
ROSE STONE
SLY STONE
FUNKADELIC
FUNK
MARVIN ISLEY
HEADHUNTERS
PAT RIZZO
VET STONE
JAMES BROWN
RICK JAMES
LOUIS JOHNSON
BERNARD EDWARDS
JEFFREY OSBORNE
CHRIS JASPER
PAUL JACKSON
DAWN SILVA
GEORGIO
VICKI ANDERSON
FRANKIE SMITH
JIMMY CASTOR
BOBBY BYRD
MIKE CLARK
CLINTON
ISAAC HAYES
MARVIN
LITTLE SISTER
FUNKY
MAURICE WHITE
BASSIST
PORTER
SANTANA
ERNIE
BAND
GAYE
HERBIE HANCOCK
BASS
CATFISH
HANCOCK
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Larry Graham

  1. Larry Graham is a god.

Cynthia Robinson

  1. After the Grammy performance, Rose Stone, Cynthia Robinson, and Jerry Martini decided the time was right for a reunion tour.
  2. The group was rounded out by Cynthia Robinson (trumpet), Greg Errico (drums) and Jerry Martini (sax).
  3. Although she was 34 her husband sent her to her room.” This ad features Cynthia Robinson sitting in the cellar smoking a cigarette. (Web site)

Jerry Martini

  1. Jerry Martini also maintained a band called FamilyStoneExperience.
  2. After the Grammy performance, Rose Stone, Cynthia Robinson, and Jerry Martini decided the time was right for a reunion tour.
  3. The group was rounded out by Cynthia Robinson (trumpet), Greg Errico (drums) and Jerry Martini (sax).

Fred Wesley

  1. Fred Wesley is a legendary funk, soul, and jazz musician.
  2. Fred Wesley is a star, for me anyway.
  3. Fred Wesley is a trombonist and keyboard player.
  4. Fred Wesley is a walking personification of the history of funk.

Funk Musicians

  1. He also worked on different occasions with famous jazz and funk musicians, such as Miles Davis, Larry Graham, George Clinton, and Maceo Parker. (Web site)
  2. Category:Funk musicians Subcategories There are 2 subcategories to this category.
  3. Together with modern funk musicians, they took the stage as The Original Family Stone.

Greg Errico

  1. Greg Errico withdrew from the group in 1971 and was eventually replaced with Andy Newmark.
  2. Greg Errico later collaborated with bands such as Santana and the Grateful Dead.
  3. The group was rounded out by Cynthia Robinson (trumpet), Greg Errico (drums) and Jerry Martini (sax).

Clyde Stubblefield

  1. Clyde Stubblefield is a drummer best known for his work with James Brown.
  2. Clyde Stubblefield is a fuccin gymnnist on the drums.

Errico

  1. Errico was among the first to join the band, and the first to quit it in early 1971, after the band's internal problems made it hard to continue with it. (Web site)
  2. Errico was the original drummer for the band, and the first to quit it in early 1971 because of the band 's continuing turmoil.

Rose Stone

  1. Rose Stone was not a member of the band at the time of this LP.
  2. Rose Stone was pulled out of the band by Bubba Banks, who was by then her husband.
  3. Rose Stone was pulled out of the band by her husband Hamp "Bubba" Banks, one of Sly's former bodyguards.

Sly Stone

  1. Sly Stone is the reason why so many on the behind-the-scenes side of the business and promoters don't ever want to work with him again.
  2. Sly Stone was influenced by Watson growing up, and later they became friends.
  3. Sly Stone was married to Kathleen Silva for five months in 1974.
  4. Sly Stone was too busy having a good time and living life to the excess to begin to realize how influential his brand of funky soul would become.

Funkadelic

  1. Funkadelic was an African American music band most prominent during the 1970s.
  2. Nelson invented the name "Funkadelic" to reflect the style ( funk) and connect it with the then burgeoning psychedelic music scene.
  3. The band name "Funkadelic" was coined by Nelson after the band relocated to Detroit.

Funk

  1. Also the word "funk" is often used too widely to refer to African-American pop music of the 1970s in general. (Web site)
  2. Also the word "funk" is often used widely to refer to African-American pop music of the 1970s in general. (Web site)
  3. Funk is a distinct style of music originated by African Americans, e. (Web site)
  4. Funk is a high, but it is also down at the bottom, the low-down earthy essence, the bass elements.
  5. Funk is a major element of certain artists identified with the Jam Band scene of the late 1990s and 2000s .

Marvin Isley

  1. In 1973, Jasper, plus Ernie and Marvin Isley were officially added to the group.
  2. In 1969, he, his baby brother Marvin Isley and in-law relative Chris Jasper joined the Isleys' touring band.
  3. Yahoo! Shopping is the best place to comparison shop for Compare prices for Marvin Isley - R&B and Soul Music.

Headhunters

  1. Headhunters is one of those albums that rose Herbie to legendary status in the jazz world and "Chameleon" is the prime reason to purchase the album.
  2. The Headhunters are also notable for the unusually wide range of instruments they use.

Pat Rizzo

  1. Pat Rizzo is an American musician, best known as a saxophonist for influential funk band Sly & the Family Stone from 1972 to 1975.
  2. Pat Rizzo is an American musician, best known as a saxophonist for influential funk band Sly & the Family Stone from 1972 to 1975.

Vet Stone

  1. Vet Stone continued to perform on her own without fanfare, as did Elva Mouton, Rusty Allen, and Jerry Martini.
  2. Vet Stone and Elva Mouton, both formerly members of Family Stone backing band Little Sister, are credited as providing "additional background vocals". (Web site)
  3. Quote: Many of the musicians joining the upcoming tour, including trumpeter Cynthia Robinson and Sly's sister Vet Stone, are from the original line-up.

James Brown

  1. James Brown is a 1989 single by Big Audio Dynamite on their album Megatop Phoenix that came #2 on the US Modern Rock charts.
  2. James Brown is a true american hero, the one and only soul brotha’ #1.
  3. James Brown is a true legend, and he will always be remembered. (Web site)
  4. James Brown is the original inventor of the moonwalk; the belief that Michael Jackson invented it is a widely held misconception.
  5. James Brown was a great entertainer will be remembered by millions, even Elvis Presley fans, for his kind words about The King.

Rick James

  1. RICK JAMES: A jacket and a pair of boots I bought from Bijan's in Beverly Hills. (Web site)
  2. Rick James is an ordained minister in the Church of the Nazarene. (Web site)
  3. Rick James was a 'presenter' with the 'ever-scary' Grace Jones. (Web site)
  4. Rick James was a deep brother who expanded on so much.
  5. Rick James was not married But he is survived by daughter Ty, sons Rick Jr. (Web site)

Louis Johnson

  1. Louis Johnson, bassist, writer and producer, is considered one of the foremost bass players in contemporary music. (Web site)
  2. George and Louis Johnson later joined Billy Preston 's band, and wrote Music in My Life and The Kids and Me for him before leaving his group in 1973. (Web site)
  3. Louis Johnson and Brothers Johnson guitarist, Henderson, laid down the instruments on HannaH*s funk, pop, and soul album. (Web site)

Bernard Edwards

  1. Bernard Edwards is a great player, as is Jack Bruce.
  2. Bernard Edwards is a hero for me.
  3. Bernard Edwards is a naval veteran and a writer of some distinction. (Web site)

Jeffrey Osborne

  1. Jeffrey Osborne is a funk musician from the band LTD. He started his career in 1969.

Chris Jasper

  1. In the late- 1960s, he formed a trio with older brother Ernie and family friend Chris Jasper. (Web site)
  2. In 1969, he, his baby brother Marvin Isley and in-law relative Chris Jasper joined the Isleys' touring band.
  3. Following the success of "It's Your Thing," the Isleys expanded the group to include younger brothers Ernie and Marvin and brother-in-law Chris Jasper. (Web site)

Paul Jackson

  1. Paul Jackson is a free-lance writer and recent Film Studies graduate.
  2. Paul Jackson is a jazz musician.
  3. Paul Jackson is an American jazz bass guitarist. (Web site)

Dawn Silva

  1. Dawn Silva is a "Black owned business".
  2. Dawn Silva is a funk vocalist. (Web site)
  3. Dawn Silva is an American funk vocalist. (Web site)

Georgio

  1. Georgio is a very experienced italian drummer. (Web site)

Vicki Anderson

  1. Vicki Anderson (born Myra Barnes) is a soul singer best known for her performances with the James Brown Revue.
  2. He was married to soul singer Vicki Anderson, another James Brown collaborator.
  3. On September 12th 2007, comforted by wife Vicki Anderson and a large, close family, Byrd died of cancer, he was 73. (Web site)

Frankie Smith

  1. Frankie Smith is a legend and is always bumped at any of my parties.

Jimmy Castor

  1. Jimmy Castor is a great entertainer and truly "The Everything Man". (Web site)
  2. Jimmy Castor is one of the most under recognized talents in the history of popular music. (Web site)

Bobby Byrd

  1. Bobby Byrd is a brother that should need no introduction.
  2. Bobby Byrd is a four-year starter on WSU's line.
  3. Bobby Byrd is a long-time figure in the El Paso poetry community.
  4. Bobby Byrd is a nationally recognized poet and publisher from El Paso, Texas.
  5. Bobby Byrd is a poet, basketball player, and publisher.

Mike Clark

  1. Mike Clark ( October 3, 1946) is a jazz and funk drummer who is most noted for playing in the Headhunters band headed up by Herbie Hancock. (Web site)
  2. Funk legends Mike Clark and Paul Jackson are back in the mix like 1976, adding their signature Headhunter's grooves.
  3. Mike Clark - shopping.yahoo.com Search, Shop and Save mike clark. (Web site)

Clinton

  1. Clinton is a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, inducted in 1997 with fifteen other members of Parliament-Funkadelic. (Web site)
  2. Clinton was born in Kannapolis, North Carolina, grew up in Plainfield, New Jersey, and currently resides in Tallahassee, Florida. (Web site)

Isaac Hayes

  1. Isaac Hayes is the father of 12 children, 14 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
  2. Isaac Hayes was the second-born child of Isaac Sr. (Web site)

Marvin

  1. Marvin was inducted along with his brothers to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1992.
  2. Marvin was inducted along with his brothers to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1992. (Web site)

Little Sister

  1. Little Sister was also dissolved, with Mary McCrary marrying Leon Russell and working with him on music projects.
  2. Little Sister was also dissolved; Mary McCrary married Leon Russell and worked with him on music projects.
  3. Little Sister was also dissolved; Mary McCrary married Leon Russell and worked with him on music projects.<ref Ankeny, Jason.
  4. Little Sister was dissolved when the Family Stone did, in 1975, after the band's fortunes slowly fell due to Sly Stone's drug abuse problems. (Web site)

Funky

  1. Funky - the drummer, producer, and musician-of-all-trades during soundcheck. (Web site)
  2. Funky was typically an adjective to describe these qualities.

Maurice White

  1. Bailey found fame by sharing the lead vocals on EWF songs with EWF-founder Maurice White.
  2. Maurice White now has Parkinson's Disease and can no longer tour with the band. (Web site)
  3. Why they might not be annoying Bandleader Maurice White started as a session drummer at Chess Records. (Web site)

Bassist

  1. A bassist is a musician who plays a double bass or electric bass (also referred to as bass guitar). (Web site)
  2. The bassist was the inimitable Jaco Pastorius, the drummer a young Peter Erskine.

Porter

  1. Porter was inducted in 2005 into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
  2. Porter was survived by his wife and two elementary age sons. (Web site)

Santana

  1. Santana was later able to recruit jazz vocalist Leon Thomas for a tour of Japan, which was recorded for the live, sprawling, high-energy fusion album Lotus. (Web site)
  2. Santana was signed by CBS Records and went into the studio to record their first album. (Web site)

Ernie

  1. Ernie was also an acclaimed songwriter co-penning the Isleys' Funk anthems " Fight The Power Pts.
  2. Ernie was also an acclaimed songwriter co-penning the Isleys' funk anthems "Fight the Power, Pt.
  3. Ernie was also an acclaimed songwriter penning, among others, the Isleys' funk anthems " Fight the Power Pts. (Web site)

Band

  1. The band was assembled under a clause in Prince's contract with Warner Bros. (Web site)
  2. The band was awarded on stage from the Recording Industry Association of American for shipments of 25 million in the United States of America.
  3. The band was first contacted just a week before the show by White House staff, and they quickly agreed to do the show.
  4. The band was formerly called ''Phunk Phamily Affair'' and was renamed by Sly in December 2005.
  5. The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993.

Gaye

  1. Gaye was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987.
  2. Gaye was so emotional at her funeral that he talked to the remains as if she were going to respond.

Herbie Hancock

  1. Herbie Hancock is one of jazz music's most important and influential pianists and composers.
  2. Herbie Hancock is one of the most talented, and innovative, popular jazz musicians of the past 40 years.
  3. Herbie Hancock is the musical director of the Tokyo Jazz Festival as well as a patron member of the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz.
  4. Herbie Hancock was fascinated with accumulating musical gadgets and toys.

Bass

  1. As a result of these two divergent sensibilities, the term "bass" can be used to desribe a broad range of music.
  2. The bass was paramount.

Catfish

  1. Catfish is an incredibly underrated player, behind many of James Brown's, The JB's, Bootsy Collins ' and some of Parliament's funkiest recordings. (Web site)
  2. Catfish was impressed with their stage presence and promised to tell Bootsy about them. (Web site)

Hancock

  1. Hancock is one of jazz music's most important and influential pianists and composers.
  2. Hancock is the musical director of the Tokyo Jazz Festival as well as Chairman of the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz.
  3. Hancock is the musical director of the Tokyo Jazz Festival as well as a patron member of the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz.
  4. Hancock was also bothered by the fact that many people did not understand avant-garde music.
  5. Hancock was fascinated with accumulating musical gadgets and toys. (Web site)

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  2. Arts > Music > Styles > R > Rhythm And Blues > Funk > Bands And Artists > Brown, James. (Web site)
  3. Arts > Music > Bands And Artists > S > Sl > Sly And The Family Stone. (Web site)
  4. Arts > Music > Styles > J > Jazz > Bands And Artists > Bassists > Brown, Ray. (Web site)
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