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The Brides of Funkenstein - Never deleted Texas From A Cowboy (1979/2013) [HDTracks]

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Artist: The Brides of Funkenstein
Title: Never deleted Texas From A Cowboy
Year Of Release: 2013 (1979)
Label: Atlantic Records, Rhino
Genre: Funk, Soul, Disco
Quality: FLAC (tracks) [24Bit/96kHz]
Total Time: 42:45
Total Size: 965 MB


Review by Alex Henderson:

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George Clinton guided and directed a new Brides of Funkenstein lineup on the group's second and final album, Never deleted Texas From a Cowboy. This time, the Brides were a trio instead of a duo. Dawn Silva was still on board, but Lynn Mabry was gone, and Silva's new allies were Sheila Horne and Jeannette McGruder. With the new Silva/Horne/McGruder lineup in place, the Brides delivered a sophomore effort that is as unpredictable as their first album, Funk or Walk. "Smoke Signals" (which Clinton wrote and produced with Bootsy Collins) and "Party Up in Here" are very Parliament-like, which is to be expected. But "I'm Holding You Responsible" and the 15-minute title song find the Brides delivering an unlikely mixture of Chic and P-Funk, and "Didn't Mean to Fall in Love" isn't P-Funk at all. The only tune on the LP that Clinton didn't produce or co-produce, "Didn't Mean to Fall in Love" is a romantic northern soul item along the lines of First Choice, the Three Degrees, or Honey Cone. Like Funk or Walk, Never deleted Texas From a Cowboy contains its share of surprises, and it demonstrates that the Brides of Funkenstein did the right thing by being unpredictable.

Tracklist:

1. Never deleted Texas from A Cowboy 15:17
2. I'm Holding You Responsible 05:31
3. Smoke Signals 06:44
4. Mother May I? 05:38
5. Party Up in Here 05:36
6. Didn't Mean to Fall In Love 03:58

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Vocalist: Dawn Silva, Sheila Horne, Jeanette McGruder
Keyboards: Bernie Worrell, Gary Hudgins, Ernesto Wilson, Jerome Rogers, Rudy Robinson
Bass: Bootsy Collins, Jeff Bunn, Rodney Curtis, Donnie Sterling, Bruce Nazarian
Guitars: Garry Shider, Michael Hampton, DeWayne "Blackbyrd" McKnight, Bruce Nazarian, Bootsy Collins, Eddie Hazel, Rodney Crutcher
Drums: Bootsy Collins, Dennis Chambers, Kenny Colton, Jerry Jones
Percussion: Larry Fratangelo, Carl Small
Additional vocals: Jessica Cleaves, Ray Davis, Mallia Franklin, George Clinton, and Tracey Lewis





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