Even as he performed with George Clinton and P-Funk, Bootsy Collins stretched out in a series of classic albums of his own. The funk is strong in ’em.
This funky spin-off from P-Funk features Bernie Worrell’s signature keyboard sound, with contributions from George Clinton, Bootsy Collins and more.
In this Q&A, Twin Cities native Cory Wong admits that he cut his teeth on Prince’s music and then discusses how he’s continuing that funky-sexy tradition with the new album “The Optimist.”
The Winstons never made a dime off of this funky groove. So we’ll pay them some respect by highlighting 10 songs, including tracks from Oasis, Salt-N-Pepa and Nine Inch Nails, that owe them a debt.