Bootsy Collins

Bootsy Collins - What's Bootsy Doin'? (1988)  Music

Posted by JET 1 at June 3, 2017
Bootsy Collins - What's Bootsy Doin'? (1988)

Bootsy Collins - What's Bootsy Doin'? (1988)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 273 MB | Covers Included
Genre: Electro, P-Funk, Soul, Synth-pop, Funk, Disco | Label: Columbia | Catalog Number: CK 44107

What's Bootsy Doin'? is a 1988 album by Parliament-Funkadelic bassist Bootsy Collins. The album was released by Columbia Records and was his first album after a six-year hiatus from the music scene. The album reunites Bootsy with former P-Funk players Bernie Worrell, Fred Wesley and Gary "Mudd Bone" Cooper, and also features newcomers such as Mico Wave and Godmoma.
Bootsy Collins - Ahh...The Name Is Bootsy, Baby! (1977/2014) [Official Digital Download 24/192]

Bootsy's Rubber Band - Ahh…The Name Is Bootsy, Baby! (1977/2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | Time - 38:52 minutes | 1,46 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Ahh… The Name Is Bootsy, Baby! is Bootsy Collins' second solo album. Produced by George Clinton and Bootsy Collins, the album was the first P-Funk release to hit #1 on the Billboard Top R&B/Soul albums chart, in 1977. The album is considered by many to be Collins' best, a mix of dance tracks and slow jams.

Bootsy Collins - Tha Funk Capital Of The World (2011)  Music

Posted by JET 1 at Jan. 28, 2017
Bootsy Collins - Tha Funk Capital Of The World (2011)

Bootsy Collins - Tha Funk Capital Of The World (2011)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Image) +CUE, LOG | 580 MB | Covers Included
Genre: Funk / Soul | Label: Mascot Label Group | Catalog Number: M 7310 2

Thinking big, Bootsy Collins’ 2011 effort is a conceptual trip, a funky history lesson brought to life by the P-Funk veteran, his rock-solid band, and a slew of guest stars, ranging from rapper Ice Cube to professor Cornel West. In between, there’s funk-rock shredding from freaky and frequent collaborator Buckethead, some psychedelic storytelling by way of an old Jimi Hendrix interview, plus better-than-expected prose from both Rev. Al Sharpton (on the cultural magnificence of James Brown) and Samuel L. Jackson (on how the funk era was a Renaissance for the hood). Underneath it all, the P-Funk jams pop and stroll with that same old swagger, while Bootsy himself beams down his wild bits of Mothership wisdom, including “It’s recess time, so put a smile on your mind” (“Don't Take My Funk”) and “If you wanna lead the orchestra, you’re gonna have to turn your back to the crowd” (“Siento Bombo”).
Bootsy Collins - Glory B Da Funk's On Me!• The Bootsy Collins Anthology 1976-1982 (2001)

Bootsy Collins - Glory B Da Funk's On Me!• The Bootsy Collins Anthology 1976-1982 (2001)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 1.03 GB | Covers Included
Genre: Soul, R&B, Funk | Label: Rhino Records | Catalog Number: R2 74276

William "Bootsy" Collins cut his teeth playing bass with the James Brown band in 1970, but when he landed in George Clinton's Parliament/Funkadelic crew in the mid-70s, he quickly became a figurehead of Clinton's messier, trippier cartoon funk. Throughout the 1976-82 period condensed into this two-disc set, Bootsy and his Rubber Band were essentially P-Funk for kids. His records had all the stage-crowding chaos of the Mothership, with the politics and priapism replaced by goofy spiels about the excellence of, well, Bootsy, plus squelchy, googly sounds and his infamous star-shaped shades. The tone he got out of his star-shaped bass, like huge bubbles surfacing from the bottom of a lake, was heavy enough that he could slow things way, way down–"Jam Fan (Hot)" crawls like no other hard-funk record. That, in turn, let him be the half-serious love-man Clinton couldn't risk being (check out the wacky, spacey slow jam "Munchies for Your Love"). Glory B mostly collects unedited album tracks, though it also throws in 1980's lost demi-hit "Freak to Freak" (credited to Sweat Band) and the 1982 single "Body Slam!".

Bootsy Collins - Bootsy? Player Of The Year (1978)  Music

Posted by uff at July 15, 2016
Bootsy Collins - Bootsy? Player Of The Year (1978)

Bootsy Collins - Bootsy? Player Of The Year (1978)
Funk | 1cd | EAC Rip | Wv + Cue + Log | covers
Warner, 3093-2 | rem: 1998 | 315Mb

Released in 1978 at the height of Parliament-Funkadelic mania, Bootsy? Player of the Year finds Bootsy far from short of quality material despite his affiliation with the numerous P-Funk-affiliated projects being churned out at this time. In fact, this album finds Bootsy at his peak; his previous two albums may have their share of brilliant moments and were no doubt filled with great ideas, melodies, and funk, but here he seems to have perfected his songwriting.

Bootsy Collins - Back in the Day: The Best of Bootsy (1994)  Music

Posted by Designol at April 1, 2014
Bootsy Collins - Back in the Day: The Best of Bootsy (1994)

Bootsy Collins - Back in the Day: The Best of Bootsy (1994)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 569 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320/Stereo) ~ 249 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Funk, P-Funk, Psychedelic Soul, Disco | Label: Warner Bros. | # 7599-26581-2 | Time: 01:16:38

Can it get any better? If aliens came down needing to know what funk was all about, in all its talented, embrace-anything-and-everything, screw with your head and get your butt down glory, then this is a prime candidate for what to give them. The man, his voice, his bass, the backing of a prime core band including his guitarist brother Catfish, Fred Wesley, and Maceo Parker leading the brass – beautiful, hilarious, and just plain great. This one-disc collection could easily be a two-disc or more if one wanted to include every last highlight from Collins' up-down-all-around career – his work with James Brown alone is beyond the bomb – but when it comes to solo work, this is as perfect a place to start as any. Drawing mostly on the albums done with the active help of George Clinton in the late '70s, Back in the Day is a model for what a good compilation should be. Sound is excellent throughout, while full details on who plays what and where, along with where everything came from in the first place, all appear in exhaustive detail.
Hardware - Third Eye Open (Buddy Miles, Bootsy Collins, Bill Laswell, Stevie Salas) (1992)

Hardware - Third Eye Open (Buddy Miles, Bootsy Collins, Bill Laswell, Stevie Salas) (1992)
EAC Rip | FLAC, Tracks + CUE, LOG | 352 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 125 MB | Scans
Blues-Rock, Funk-Rock | Label: RYCO | Catalog Number: RCD 10304 | RAR 3% Rec. | RS.com, DF.com

Third Eye Open is a 1992 album release by the Funk/Rock band Hardware. Hardware consists of lead guitarist Steve Salas, P-Funk bassist Bootsy Collins, and drummer Buddy Miles, formerly of the Band of Gypsys. The album was produced by Bill Laswell and co-produced by Steve Salas. The album was the first to be released as part of Laswell's Black Arc Series, which includes "Lord of the Harvest" by Zillatron, "Out Of The Dark by O.G. Funk, and "Under The 6" by Slave Master.

Bootsy's Rubber Band – This Boot Is Made For Fonk-N (1979)  Music

Posted by boogie-de at Feb. 8, 2014
Bootsy's Rubber Band – This Boot Is Made For Fonk-N (1979)

Bootsy's Rubber Band – This Boot Is Made For Fonk-N (1979)
XLD rip | Flac+Cue+Log = 299 MB | Mp3 VBR0 = 103 MB | Scans incl. booklet Engl./Jap. with Comic Strip 400 dpi jpg | RAR
CD released 1990 | Warner-Pioneer Corporation WPCP 3691 | Disco Funk | USA

Following three straight masterworks that balanced hard funk workouts with laid-back bedroom jams, This Boot Is Made for Fonk-N ditched the balancing act, offering up straight, relentless hard funk. This is great for those who just want the sweaty workouts Bootsy Collins had proven himself well capable of delivering on his own as well as with Parliament-Funkadelic. In fact, if that's what you're looking for – hard-hitting, unrelenting funk – look no further, for This Boot Is Made for Fonk-N is absolutely teeming with it. …
Bootsy's Rubber Band – Ahh … The Name Is Bootsy, Baby! (1977)

Bootsy's Rubber Band – Ahh … The Name Is Bootsy, Baby! (1977)
XLD rip | Flac+Cue+Log = 233 MB | Mp3 VBR0 = 78 MB | Scans 400 dpi jpg | RAR
CD | Warner 7599-22972-2 | Disco Funk | USA

Bootsy Collins' debut solo album, Stretchin' Out in Bootsy's Rubber Band, was an extremely tough act to follow, but thankfully, there are no signs of a sophomore slump (either creatively or commercially) on his second album, Ahh … The Name Is Bootsy, Baby! Most P-funk addicts consider this 1977 LP essential listening, and it isn't hard to see why they feel that way. Everything on the album is excellent; …
VA - Mojo presents James Brown's Funky Summer (Mojo Magazine August 2006) (2006) **[RE-UP]**

VA - Mojo presents James Brown's Funky Summer (Mojo Magazine August 2006) (2006)
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 366 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 168 mb
Genre: R&B, soul, funk, hip-hop, rap

Mojo presents James Brown's Funky Summer is a compilation CD released in 2006 as found within the August 2006 issue of Mojo magazine. It features various songs from the James Brown family as well as a rap song from American rapper Braille.