Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow

£ 17.99


Funkadelic's self-titled debut may have touched upon drug-induced acid rock, but on their 1970 follow-up, Free Your Mind and Your Ass Will Follow, the band blows the door off its hinges. Look no further than the album-opening ten-minute title track - perhaps the most spaced out composition witnessed by rock and roll since the rolling stones' late-'60s psychedelic-phase - for the proof. tracks such as Friday Night, August 14th, Funky Dollar Bill, and I Wanna Know if it's Good to You? are all highlights, the band locking into one killer funk groove after another. The haunting and tranquil Eulogy and Light closes the album with a fusion of backwards singing and gospel-like speech, a fitting end to Funkadelic's most 'out there' recording.

Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow
Friday Night
August 14th
Funky Dollar Bill
I Wanna Know If It's Good To You
Some More
Eulogy And Light
Format: LP
Label: Westbound Records
Catalogue numbers: SEWA 012

Phonographic Copyright (p)-Westbound Records
Phonographic Copyright (p)-Nine Records
Copyright (c)-Nine Records
Published By-Bridgeport Music
Engineered At-Audio Graphic Services
Engineered At-United Sound Systems
Engineered At-GM Studios
Pressed By-Record Industry

Barcodes & Identifiers:
Barcode-0 29667 37121 6
Matrix / Runout-90466 1A SEW 012
Matrix / Runout-90466 1B SEW 012
Rights Society-BMI
Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)

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