Bootsy Collins - The One Giveth FLAC album
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William Earl "Bootsy" Collins (born October 26, 1951) is an American musician and singer-songwriter. Rising to prominence with James Brown in the early 1970s, and later with c, Collins's driving bass guitar and humorous vocals established him as one of the leading names in funk. He is a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, inducted in 1997 with 15 other members of c.
The One Giveth, the Count Taketh Away. The One Giveth, the Count Taketh Away is an album by William Bootsy Collins, released by Warner Bros. It would be the last album that Bootsy Collins would record for the label. It would also be the first album produced solely by Bootsy Collins, with the exception of the track "Shine-O-Myte (Rag Popping)" which was produced (as well as written) by Bootsy Collins and George Clinton
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Artists Bootsy Collins The One Giveth, The Count Taketh Away. The One Giveth, The Count Taketh Away Bootsy Collins. The One Giveth, The Count Taketh Away. This album has an average beat per minute of 107 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 86/121 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The One Giveth, The Count Taketh Away.
Break out the champagne: it’s been 35 years since Bootsy Collins released the album that would prove to be his final full-length outing for Warner Brothers. Looking back at that opening line, we should probably clarify – even though we’d like to hope that it’s self-explanatory – that the champagne is to toast the anniversary of the album’s release rather than Collins’ subsequent departure from the label. The guy is a one-man party. THE ONE GIVETH, THE COUNT TAKETH AWAY was the first album to be produced completely – well, mostly – by Collins himself. Yes, we know you spotted that caveat, so allow us to clarify: there’s one song that is a co-production between Collins and his old buddy George Clinton, and that’s the album’s first single, Shine-O-Myte (Rag Popping). But everything else has, production-wise, been touched by the hand of Bootsy and no one else.
With the release of the lly titled The One Giveth, The Count Taketh Away (1982), William "Bootsy" Collins (bass/vocals) concluded his eight-year relationship as a Warner Brothers artist. Once again, Collins came armed with a cache of longtime associates, namely sibling Phelps "Catfish" Collins (guitar), Bernie Worrell (keyboards), Robert "P-Nut" Johnson (vocals), and Frankie "Kash" Waddy (drums).
It would be the last album that Bootsy Collins would record for the label. It would also be the first album produced solely by Bootsy Collins, with the exception of the track Shine-O-Myte (Rag Popping) which was produced (as well as written) by Bootsy Collins and George Clinton. The album features performances from numerous individuals in the P-Funk/Rubber Band collective including Fred Wesley, Maceo Parker, Phelps Collins, and Godmoma. The album was reissued first in 1990 by the Warner/Pioneer company in Japan and then by Warner Music-Europe