Bootsy's new rubber band - live in japan 1993 - Bootsy Collins - Wikipedia


With his elder brother Phelps "Catfish" Collins , Frankie "Kash" Waddy, and Philippé Wynne , Collins formed a funk band, The Pacemakers , in 1968. [2] In March 1970, after most of the members of James Brown's band quit over a pay dispute, The Pacemakers were hired as Brown's backing band and they became known as The .'s . (They are often referred to as the "original" .'s to distinguish them from later line-ups that went by the same name.) Although they worked for Brown for only 11 months, the original .'s played on some of Brown's most intense funk recordings, including " Get Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex Machine ", " Bewildered (1970)", " Super Bad ", " Soul Power ", " Talkin' Loud and Sayin' Nothing ", and two instrumental singles, the much-sampled " The Grunt " and "These Are the .'s".


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