Bootsy’s Rubber Band’s ‘Ahh…The Name Is Bootsy, Baby!’ is an album produced by George Clinton and Bootsy Collins and released on January 14, 1977 by Warner Bros. Records.
Track Listing : 1.Ahh…The Name Is Bootsy, Baby (William Collins, George Clinton, Maceo Parker) – 06:52 . 2.The Pinocchio Theory (William Collins, George Clinton) – 06:08 . 3.Rubber Duckie (William Collins, George Clinton, Garry Shider) – 03:18 . 4.Preview Side Too (William Collins, George Clinton, Gary Cooper) – 00:56 . 5.What’S A Telephone Bill? (William Collins, George Clinton, Gary Cooper) – 05:58 . 6.Munchies For Your Love (William Collins, George Clinton, Gary Cooper, Garry Shider) – 09:39 . 7.Can’T Stay Away (William Collins, George Clinton) – 05:28 . 8.Reprise: We Want Bootsy (William Collins, George Clinton, Maceo Parker) – 00:20
Musicians : Bootsy Collins – Bass, Drums, Guitar, Space Bass, Vocals . Jerome Brailey – Drums . The Brecker Brothers – Horn . Randy Brecker – Saxophone . Phelps “Catfish” Collins – Bass, Guitar . Gary “Mudbone” Cooper – Drums, Vocals . Rick Gardner – Horn, Trumpet . Glen Goins – Guitar . Richard “Kush” Griffith – Horn . Michael Hampton – Guitar . Joel Johnson – Keyboards . Robert “P-Nut” Johnson – Vocals . Maceo Parker – Horn, Saxophone . Garry Shider – Guitar . Frankie “Kash” Waddy – Drums . Fred Wesley – Horn, Trombone . Bernie Worrell – Keyboards
Production : Produced By Bootsy Collins, George Clinton . Jim Callon – Engineer . Jim Vitti – Engineer
Package : Michael Bryan – Artwork, Illustrations . Ed Caraeff – Photography
Released January 14, 1977 By Warner Bros. Records.
Although Bootsy’s comic consciousness takes a certain toll in tightness and drive, this record does about ninety percent of what a good funk album does while offering priceless insight into obscene phone calls and canabis cunnilingus […]
yerblues @ RateYourMusic
While Ahh … The Name is Bootsy, Baby! is nowhere near as important as most of the Parliament and Funkadelic albums he was part of, it cannot be simply dismissed. This record is absolutely fun. […]
You know, sometimes I wonder if these dudes just conceptualized “funk” prenatally. Few things have made more sense to me than the connection between the idea of “funk” and the records created by all the Parliament & Funkadelic dudes […]