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Bootsy Collins Brings Back The Funk

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  • Bootsy Collins Brings Back The Funk

    Listen to the interview (17 min 50 sec) = NPR Media Player

    May 19, 2011

    Before Bootsy Collins helped usher in the era of funk, he played bass for James Brown and George Clinton's Parliament Funkadelic. Now he's back with a new album called "Tha Funk Capital of The World." Collins blends hip-hop, spoken word and Latin flavor with the classic soul and funk for which he is known.




    Bootsy Collins performing at the 2007 BET Awards in Los Angeles.





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