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The most overlooked Bootsy line

Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by Tupac, Jan 25, 2014.

  1. Tupac


    May 5, 2011
  2. FilterFunk

    FilterFunk Supporting Member

    Mar 31, 2010
    Excellent example of what sets Bootsy apart from the rest. I know it can be hard to confirm who played what on P-Funk recordings, but if this ain't Bootsy, it's somebody copping his style. It's also another excellent example of the awesome tone Bootsy gets without effects. He uses them for variety, not out of need.
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  4. markjazzbassist

    markjazzbassist Supporting Member

    Apr 19, 2005
    New Orleans, LA
    he's great on the fred wesley and the horny horns stuff and the brides of funkenstein. i've figured out which of the p-funk bassist he is (sound wise on the songs) and am able to hear it. he's got a couple stock licks he uses all the time that are very recognizable.
  5. SirMjac28

    SirMjac28 Patiently Waiting For The Next British Invasion Gold Supporting Member

    Aug 25, 2010
    The Great Midwest
    I love everything Bootsy
  6. 10cc


    Oct 28, 2013
    I never really thought that Billy Bass or Cordell played anything remotely close to sounding like Bootsie. I am a fan of Bootsie but I'd rather hear one of the others when it comes to the "P". As far as Mr.Browns band give me Bootsie and Catfish (RIP):crying:
  7. Tupac


    May 5, 2011
    Oh definitely. I never saw anything that told me it was Bootsy, but it sounds so much like him it's got to be. He loves his slides.
  8. pfox14


    Dec 22, 2013
    Stretchin' Out (In A Rubber Band) - awesome Bootsy stuff
  9. Tupac


    May 5, 2011
    I've just been informed that, according to the liner notes, it was Lige that played on this song, not Bootsy...

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