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Mister Pink

The Funktipus - All The Best Funk - Get Da Funk In

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Funk upon a time.

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So, funk pioneers Parliament released a new album last month, seemingly out of nowhere. This thing is massive, clocking in at over one hour and 40 minutes long. Given the bulk of it, it's not all going to be fantastic but there's certainly some choice cuts here that prove George Clinton deserves the recognition he gets. The band of musicians he's pulled together for this album (particularly the fresh caliber of horn players he's recruited) are tight, and act as a breath of fresh air to an ensemble in danger of sounding out-of-date and stale. I will say that the album is far too bloated for its own good, but it's a fun listen no doubt.

 

 

 

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Higher Quality

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Mister Pink

Wet

 

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trip

One of my faves from that alb

 

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Mister Pink

I like it! That album is new to me so, just discovering it now! :)

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This modern synth funk groove sounds like it was recorded in 1983 or 1984.

 

 

Fingazz plays the talk box inspired by Roger Troutman (RIP) , founder of the funk band ZAPP. Get It Up is a track by The Time which was composed and written by The Purple Man (Rest in Purple)

 

 

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The Funktipus isn't dead... Get Da Funk In!


 

 

 


 

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Funk doesn't get enough attention, here's some Space Funk!

 

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trip

Sorry for more Parliament/George Clinton.

 

A commercial with Snoop Dog keeps popping on TV...and I wonder...I bet...people think that is a Snoop song.

 

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I hear ya, Trip. The good thing about Snoop, and west coast G-Funk is that it kind of carried the funk-torch in the 90's when Funk pretty much died out. It exposed many people to funk. Bootsy even gave it his blessing. In fact, he kind of "predicts" G-funk. He says it here at 4.57

 

 

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18 hours ago, Mister Pinkerton said:

I hear ya, Trip. The good thing about Snoop, and west coast G-Funk is that it kind of carried the funk-torch in the 90's when Funk pretty much died out. It exposed many people to funk. Bootsy even gave it his blessing. In fact, he kind of "predicts" G-funk.

Amazing interview. I love it. I had never heard anything about the Incorporated Thang Band. Body Jackin' is hot like fire! I will definitely keep a listening ear and booth eyes open the next time I go record digging.

 

Kenneth Sumter aka Sumy (from 'Surinam Baby', a nickname given to him by his friends) was born August 24, 1957 in Paramaribo, Surinam. Initially playing on self made instruments as a hobby, Sumy started his music career in 1979 with buying real instruments (a Hammond organ, a Rhodes piano and a PPG synthesizer), writing, recording and releasing his first single 'Going Insane' on his own Sumy Records label and performing with his band 'The Freaky Thangs'. The early 80's saw Sumy signing a license deal with Philips for two singles, 'The Funky "G" (Only Comes At Night)' (1981) and 'Funkin' In Your Mind' (1982), recording and releasing an LP, 'Tryin' To Survive' in 1983 and founding his own record label 'Galaxy Records'. From 1986, he goes by the name 'Krisnallah', still making music and performing live. He can be found on social media by the name of Krisnallah Sumy. His music is for the mind. Tasty soul with milk.

 



Sumy (left) and Frankie Douglas (right) at the Nite-Flite Studio (Amsterdam '81) mixing The Funky "G" (Only Comes Out At Night).

Douglas is a former Jazz guitarist and composer who also worked on Sumy's 1983 solo LP.

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Live performance in Amsterdam circa 1983/1984

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