Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Sherance M. Brothers | Jasper, Alabama United States | 08/15/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"thge last in the family series but not the best although some songs stand out, like flatman and bobin which sounds like a gloryhallastoopid outtake, the horny horns ripped that track props to fred, and maceo, count funkula would have made maybe number40 on the charts if released in 1980, funky but not the best stuff from the p-funk camp, thumparella next, i found you stars the late phillipe wynne a okay jam but don't expect no craziness here, who do you love i'm glad that never came out, that cut stars bernie worrell and here the wizard goes disco, up up and away stars the brides too disco for my taste, ice melting in your heart, stars the brides again a okay ballad, but too disco, too tight for light is a funkadelic jam which will take oldheads back to 81, this was remade by wc on the shadiest one, rat kissed the cat is the winner the brides are superb with george on backup being george the horny horns was okay but billy bass stops by and kicks ... with the bass, then the track features every little bit hurts, which proves george can sing when he wants p-funk fans will be shocked to hear george sing a ballad."
Roll over funk keep on coming
Sherance M. Brothers | 03/08/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"good mix flatman and bobin should have been on the horny horns cd this cut is screaming to be sampled up up and away sounds too disco too tight for light is good as well ther's who do you love with bernie on vocals too disco ice melting in your heart is a nice ballad jessica cleaves eyes of a dreamer might have reminded her of her earth'wind'and fire days then there's rat kissed the cat which is the brides once again with george just being himself another cut begging for a rapper or producer to remix it then ther's trelewd on a few tracks lastly there's every little bit hurts from funkadelic's early acid days kinda of funny hearing george do a ballad this should have been on america eats it's young"