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Thread started 06/21/19 5:38am

Krid

Jungle Bass - Bootsy's Rubber Band

Looking through my record collection, I came accross this wonderful funky 12 inch - forgot how groovy this was cool

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Reply #1 posted 06/21/19 10:25am

mrwiggles

I thought it was pretty groovy. As per usual, Casper was adding some funk to some current styles. In this case house. If you like this, have you peeped Malcolm McLaren & the Bootzilla Orchestra's Waltz Darling?

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Reply #2 posted 06/24/19 5:28am

Krid

mrwiggles said:

I thought it was pretty groovy. As per usual, Casper was adding some funk to some current styles. In this case house. If you like this, have you peeped Malcolm McLaren & the Bootzilla Orchestra's Waltz Darling?

No, that doesn't ring a bell. Will definitely check it out...

I love Jungle Bass, but like "Disciples of Funk" almost even better (the other song on this 12inch)

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Reply #3 posted 06/24/19 9:32pm

HuMpThAnG

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"pass da peas, like it use to be" music

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Reply #4 posted 06/28/19 7:43pm

mrwiggles

Krid said:

mrwiggles said:

I thought it was pretty groovy. As per usual, Casper was adding some funk to some current styles. In this case house. If you like this, have you peeped Malcolm McLaren & the Bootzilla Orchestra's Waltz Darling?

No, that doesn't ring a bell. Will definitely check it out...

I love Jungle Bass, but like "Disciples of Funk" almost even better (the other song on this 12inch)

https://www.discogs.com/Malcolm-McLaren-And-The-Bootzilla-Orchestra-Waltz-Darling/master/69211

It was released about the same time as Jungle Bass. Casper was exploring these kinds of grooves.

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Reply #5 posted 06/30/19 12:32pm

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mrwiggles said:

Krid said:

No, that doesn't ring a bell. Will definitely check it out...

I love Jungle Bass, but like "Disciples of Funk" almost even better (the other song on this 12inch)

https://www.discogs.com/Malcolm-McLaren-And-The-Bootzilla-Orchestra-Waltz-Darling/master/69211

It was released about the same time as Jungle Bass. Casper was exploring these kinds of grooves.

More glam than funky but a classic late 80's, pre-90's aristocratic pop classic.

Jungle Bass was made with Bill Laswell, who I assume is mostly responsible for the techno sound of it, and there's also a relatively similar Maceo EP with Bill from the exact same era: https://www.discogs.com/m...view/53493

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