- Audio CD (21 Oct. 2002)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Enhanced
- Label: ATLANTIC
- ASIN: B00006JYEM
- Other Editions: Audio CD | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (1 customer review)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 244,805 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Play With Bootsy - A Tribute To The Funk Enhanced
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So how has Bootsy Baby coped with an influx of Snoop Doggs, Fat Joes, Rosie Gaines, Fat Boy Slims, Rosie Gaines (yes!), Bobby Womack (yesser!) and Lady Miss Kier (yessest!). Well, he's made the album Prince hasn't made since the glory days of Diamonds and Pearls, the finest Bootsy album in 25 years, and a strong contender for one of the albums of the year.
For once, the star guests don't overshadow the main man, and when the funk hits dead centre ("Groove Eternal"), you suddenly remember why you bought those dancing shoes in the first place. Of the 12 real tracks, at least nine are instant hits, a fairly remarkable strike rate in this day and age.
The old timers amongst us, who remember Dee-Lite with a great deal of fondness, will leap with joy at the two Lady Miss Kier numbers, with "I'm Tired Of Good, I'm Trying Bad" slipping in slightly ahead of "All Star Funk". Hell, even the dreadfully named "The Bomb" with Fat Boy Slim manages to pass muster. Top mars, however, go to Sly & Robbie for "Soul Sista" and the divine Rosie Gaines for "Don't Let 'Em".
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With that in mind, I would say the bomb cuts are delivered courtesy of Lady Miss Kier of deee-lite. She pimps those songs somehow (#10 and 11). Also "funky and you know it" gives me that funk face (#9) but that's really all that sticks for me.
If your checking into this, you probably have bootsy's early work from the '70s and I'm telling you that work stomps this stuff like a monster truck! HANDS DOWN!
If you want to get cracked upside your cranium with bootsy's space bass, spend your money on Bootsy's Rubber band "live in Louisville '78" or any other early studio albums of the mid-'70s!!!!!!
Hopefully Bootsy will bring that brain-bustin' bass back ALOT HARDER next time around as that is what really makes him so unique and musically interesting.
(INSERT VINTAGE BOOTSY PHRASE HERE!)
i think i've worn out the grooves on 'im tired of good im trying bad' and 'all star funk' - if you're a deee-lite fan, or love the funkadelliq freshness of bootsy collins, you'll love this album.
and remember... step back, don't touch the food... and nobody gets hurt.