‘First Ya Gotta Shake the Gate’ includes 33 songs, both mirroring Funkadelic’s 33 years away and creating an almost exhaustively comprehensive return.
With ‘All Purpose Music,’ the Virginia-based soul-funk-jazz quartet Butcher Brown shows why Nicholas Payton is so fired up about this band.
Stevie Wonder’s ‘Songs in the Key of Life’ is one of those albums that I can truly say changed my life.
A welcome return to fusion, ‘Up’ finds Stanley Clarke going back to his genre-defying ways.
Nastily elastic, fantastically dense, this heralds a new age. Or, really, an old one.
Here’s a greasy, funk-focused triumph that must have made Gamble and Huff turn green.
We’ve all heard the tune. But just what happened during the 21st night?
Enter bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes and vocalist David Coverdale.
A force in its day, the music of this seminal funk-jazz-rock combo remains very much potent today.
As this song trumpets – quite literally – there ain’t nothing like a Rebirth groove.