JAMES BROWN Sho Is Funky Down Here
JAMES BROWN SHO IS FUNKY DOWN HERE
Released in 1971 on King Records.
All instrumental and full of heavy fuzzed-out guitars in a jazzy psychedelic rock-progressive rock.
James Brown at the electric piano.
The Grodeck Whipperjenny were a Cincinnati-based group of jazz musicians flexing their rock chops under the auspices of leader David Matthews,
who at the time was serving as arranger and writer for the Godfather of Soul.
Somewhere between Funkadelic and the psychedelic soul of Norman Whitfield's Motown productions.
David Matthews - (Keyboards)
Michael Moore (bass)
Jimmy Madison (drums)
Kenny Poole (guitar, vocals)
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- Sho' Is Funky Down Here 8:25
- Don't Mind 3:45
- Bob Scoward 3:15
- Just Enough Room for Storage 5:57
- You Mother You 4:29
- Can Mind 5:24