Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Keepin Dah Funk Alive
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
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Great P-Funk show but not a good Bootsy show
Derrick A. Williams | San Diego, CA | 03/17/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"If you are looking forward to hearing the 70's bass thumping of Bootsy Collins in this recording don't even think about buying it. The space bass we all have come to love can barely be heard and Bootsy seems not be the center of the action. Now if you want to hear some of the P-Funk hits live and get down to some P-Funk you should but this album. The album is a mixture of Bootsy songs and Parliament songs. The band includes Bernie worrell which is an added plus on Flashlight and One Nation Uner a Groove. If you are a die-hard P-Funk fan and know your funk buy this album, but if you are looking for some good Bootsy and the Space Bass, don't buy it, instead get Bootsy live in Louisville 78. That cd will not dissapoint at all."
Live Funk Music At It's Best!
Funky Cold Medina | Cali | 06/14/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"A couple of reviewers had some negative responses on the sound quality of the live music on this CD. I think these negative responses are overly exaggerated. I've heard worse live recordings and this isn't one of them and what did you expect anyways, the music was recorded live, this isn't a studio recorded CD! What I like about this CD is that Bootsy and his Rubber band incorporated a hard rock edge to their nasty funk sound with the wailing and screeching guitar sounds. Love to always hear Comic Slop live and love the tribute they paid to Eddie Hazel who was very underrated if you ask me. This CD smokes from beginning to end. Don't let the negative reviews fool you! They don't know what the funk they are talking about! Keep the Funk Alive! A true hardcore funkateer would love this CD!"
Feels like live
Funky Cold Medina | 06/24/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I really enjoyed this disk. I've had a hard time getting it out of my CD player since I dropped it in the pocket. It sounds like a live album and it does a great job of putting the listener in a concert that they never got to see. Flashlight is an absolute jam and The name is Bootsy sounds like a steam train pulling out of the station. It sets up the groove that pulls you through the rest of the album. If you don't know your funk then this album won't do anything for you. If however, you know the P-Funk universe then this will do you just fine."