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  • Devils1674

    Hello from Canada

    25 Feb 18:29 Rispondi
  • ThirstLight

    Thanks for added me :) www.facebook.com/thirst.light http://twitter.com/thirstlight1

    25 Feb 18:23 Rispondi
  • star_shaped_man

    Hello, I always see your name in the shoutbox of Funkadelic tracks, great taste :)

    10 Apr 2013 Rispondi
  • Yelyah-Williams


    6 Apr 2013 Rispondi
  • mitchellwang


    28 Feb 2013 Rispondi
  • ayyynigga

    its been good

    15 Feb 2013 Rispondi
  • ayyynigga

    wats good man been forever if u still remember who i am

    9 Feb 2013 Rispondi
  • aarONE119

    funkadelic ftw

    28 Nov 2012 Rispondi
  • PiazzaJordan2

    Thats how you gotta do it son

    1 Nov 2012 Rispondi
  • PiazzaJordan2

    What's up bruh

    29 Ott 2012 Rispondi
  • MarsupialLFM

    thanks man you too, props for funkadelic picture

    25 Ott 2012 Rispondi
  • kralj5

    awesome taste in music man.

    16 Ott 2012 Rispondi
  • funkdoctor76

    No doubt man. Anytime. Herbie proved that he can funk with the best of them on Headhunters. I love Herbie's Mwandishi era. I prefer the Mwandishi era over the Headhunters period. You won't go wrong with that "Mwandishi" album. My favorite is Ostinato. We were talking about weird, off-kilter drumming on On The Corner, Ostinato has some out-there off kilter drumming on that song too. For a real adventure in the Mwandishi era, check out Crossings and Sextant. Sextant is my personal favorite, it came out before the Headhunters. Get Up With It may take a few listenings to really get up with it, but it'll grow on you in due time and it's pure genius just like On The Corner. Back then, Hip Hop was the only thing I listened to also. Now, I expanded my tastes beyond Hip Hop, even though I love the Underground. That's the beautiful thing about creating something new out of some classic material, the obscure and the unknown can become your favorite artist in no time.

    14 Ott 2012 Rispondi
  • funkdoctor76

    "Get Up With It" is another Miles' roller coaster ride worth getting on. Speaking of off-kilter drumming. What do you think about Herbie Hancock's Mwandishi era? I do have "Osmium" on CD. It has that early Westbound Funkadelic sound. "Little Old Country Boy" stands out for me because I found out where De La Soul sampled "Potholes in My Lawn." It was a song that I never expected P-Funk to do, but it fit in great with the environment. "Osmium" was definitely galaxies away from the Mothership.

    7 Ott 2012 Rispondi
  • funkdoctor76

    I was thinking the same thing. I've notice Buddy's groove is more tighter and controlled than Mitch's. Mitch was more in freestyle mode. Nothing wrong with that. I guess it depends which kind of style you dig. Billy & Noel's playing I haven't really paid attention to. I need to re-listen to that "Band of Gypsys" CD. I love Jazz a lot. I'm just turned off by the snob attitude by some in the Jazz Community. "Bitches Brew" was my first Miles album I listened to. It just blew my mind because the sound, the drumming, the whole aura of the album was so fresh to me. I didn't really appreciate "On The Corner" until the second time I heard it. It took me a while to get used to Miles' wah-wah playing on the trumpet. After, the second listening, it was pure genius and one of his best albums, even though some in the jazz community disagrees. It will definitely grow on you. I love the off-kilter drumming on that album. You can tell it was Afro-Funk and James Brown influenced.

    7 Ott 2012 Rispondi
  • brandosoul

    Thanks so much for the add dude! Funky charts and impeccable taste. Let's keep in touch!

    4 Ott 2012 Rispondi
  • anuelha

    funky friend

    3 Ott 2012 Rispondi
  • funkdoctor76

    That "Band of Gypsys" album was funky. I don't think people imagined that Jimi brought the funk. Being aligned with cats like Buddy Miles helped his case a lot. It would have been real cool to see him jam with Eddie. I think I read that the day before he died, Jimi was supposed to jam with Sly Stone and Miles Davis. It's no question, I'll take their Westbound period over their Warner Bros. years. Don't get me wrong, I love "One Nation Under a Groove" and "Knee Deep" as the next person but at Westbound they held no limits. I think they were at their wildest, their funkiest and most creative at Westbound as opposed to the conservative, stripped down danceable funk-rock at Warner Bros. I don't think tracks like "Maggot Brain" and "Eulogy and Light" would have never made it past the cutting room floor at Warner Bros. Speaking of Miles and wild adventures, did you hear the "On The Corner" album. If you did what do you think of it?

    1 Ott 2012 Rispondi
  • funkdoctor76

    LOL. George lost his mind on "Eulogy and Light." I love that one too. Funk Down By The Riverside. Try playing that one for the squares and watch their heads spin like in "The Exorcist."

    1 Ott 2012 Rispondi
  • Isco91

    Thanks for the add, dope charts.

    30 Set 2012 Rispondi
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