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Music  >>  CDs  >>  Soul/R & B

George & P-Funk All St Clinton

How Late Do Y Have 2bb4ur Abse

George & P Funk All St Clinton How Late Do Y Have 2bb4ur Abse 2 CD
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"How Late Do U Have 2 B B 4 U R Absent? is a bit of all things P-Funk: past, present, and future. Newcomers like Kendra Foster and George''s granddaughter Sativa ride alongside tracks credited to George Clinton, the P-Funk All Stars, Funkadelic, and Parliament with old friends like Bernie Worrell and Cordell "Boogie" Mosson returning on some tracks. Prince and Bobby Womack both get guest spots, and there''s even an appearance by the original Parliaments! There''s a bit of hip-hop, hard rock, doo wop, and straight-up rock & roll, and of course, lots of hard funk. "Bounce 2 This" could be an outtake off Computer Games, with Bernie''s synth leading the way. Funkadelic''s "Because/Last Time Zone" combines the Beatles tune with a new track that looks back to "Eulogy and Light" (which is actually quoted verbatim in "Paradigm," the Prince collaboration). "Never Ending Love" has some nice electric sitar from Blackbyrd McKnight, while "Viagra" (both credited to Funkadelic) is a hard rock guitar fest built on a wicked Lige Curry bassline... All in all, How Late Do U Have 2 B B 4 U R Absent? is somewhere between a sampler of the Clinton universe and a phone call from an old friend telling you what he''s been up to. It isn''t the place to start your Clinton/Parliafunkadelicment Thang collection, but it''s a welcome addition after too long away." ~ Sean Westergaard, All Music Guide
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