Bootsy Player of the Year - Bootsy Collins Reviews
Description:Genre: R&B & Soul - Pop R&B / Artist: Bootsy Collins / Audio CD released 1996-01-01 at Warner Bros. / Disc #1 ... more
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"Booty? Player of the Year" was released as the third album from Bootsy's Rubber band. Headed by Bootsy Collins (who worked as part of James Brown's JBs before joining Parliament-Funkadelic and getting his own shine as a part of an offshoot act). It dropped early in 1978 and although it didn't carry the big hits that his first two albums did, this one still had a lot to offer as the Soul and Funk band (with contributions from Fred Wesley, Maceo Parker and Gary Cooper amongst others on the instruments). 1. "Bootsy?" Bootsy gets things all hyped as he takes us right in with a cut designed to get people all excited and dancing ... Read the complete review
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