Free Your Mind and Your Ass Will Follow: Remastered Extra tracks
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The legendary second album from Funkadelic - remastered from original tapes for the first time in 15 years. This albums title track is the sort of spaced-out acid-funk that is a big influence with artists such as Spiritualized and Primal Scream.
This CD features the original six track album plus the non-album B-side Fish Chips And Sweat, and the radically different single versions vocal and instrumental of I Wanna Know If Its Good To You.
The booklet includes in-depth sleeve notes by funk expert Dean Rudland, with details of the history of the band and this recording, and an interview with eyewitnesses to their 1971 UK tour.
The booklet includes lots of pictures, memorobilia and adverts related to this release.
Top Customer Reviews
Tracks 1 through 4 are all funk rock gems...Hazel's guitar sound throughout strongly recalls Hendrix, off tracks like 'Voodoo Child (Slight Return)' and the way he controls feedback can only be compared to Jimi himself. Meanwhile, it's all kept very funky with great basslines and wigged out vocals. The final track, 'Eulogy And Light' is a hilarious re-working of the Lords Prayer with truly tripped out mellow backing music, (actually a different song of theirs fed backwards through the tape player!)
Anyone and everyone is highly recommended to get this funky masterpiece, and if not this then definitely get their next release, 'Maggot Brain' from which the title track is the undisputed Eddie Hazel signature tune.
If you like Hendrix, and your funk, buy this without hesitation.
Opening with spaced out effects and feedback over a chant which sounds as if it comes from some Acid crazed sci-fi religion the title track takes a while to settle into a ten minute groove. The Funk really gets rocking in Friday Night August 14th with what sounds like Eddie Hazel (surely the most overlooked guitarist ever) laying down some fabulous licks, "Funky Dollar Bill" continues the momentum with some "of it's time" production from George with swirling stereo effects. "I Wanna Know if it's Good to You? and "Some More" are probably the two most polished tracks with the latter leaving you wishing it had been sung straight, but then that just wouldn't be Funkadelic would it! For the last track we're back in the manic drug crazed church which to be honest I find quite disturbing and a bit like being in the head of some sort of psychedelic Mysteron.
My version has a very funky "Fish Chips & Sweat", a pointless advert and two cleaned up versions of "I Wanna Know..." as bonuses..sometimes I just wish they wouldn't.
The tale is that everyone was off their heads on LSD when they made this and it shows however if you know what to expect it is pretty close to five stars, if this is your first expedition into the weird and wonderful world of Funkadelic maybe "Maggot Brain" is the place to visit first.