Funkadelic - Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow album flac
Title: Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow
Style: P.Funk, Psychedelic Rock
MP3 album: 1896 mb
FLAC album: 1305 mb
Other formats: VOC AIFF XM RA ADX MP2 AU
Genre: Rock / Funk and Soul
and Your Ass Will Follow is the second studio album by American funk band Funkadelic, released in July 1970 by Westbound Records. The album was recorded at United Sound Studios, Audio Graphic Services, and G-M Recording Studios in Detroit. The inspiration for this album was, according to George Clinton, an attempt to "see if we can cut a whole album while we're all tripping on acid.
This album epitomizes the aforementioned, thoroughly. Funky Dollar Bill, I Wanna Know If It’s Good To You, and Some More are also feral and heavy funk numbers of a psychedelic nature that require top volume as well. If one were to categorize the music on this warped disc, it would be ‘punk funk’. The Motown session players have gone; this is entirely a Funkadelic affair, and a particularly nasty one at that. Legend has it Overlord George Clinton decided to record an album in one day with the entire group spacing out on acid.
The album and its title track, a feedback-drenched number taking a third of the album's length, introduces the subversion of Christian themes explored on later songs, describing a mystical approach to salvation in which "the Kingdom of Heaven is within" and achievable through freeing one's mind, after which one's ass will follow Reception.
The album opens on a filthy groovefest of feedback and funk that repeats the album title until it’s tattooed on your brain. The dancefloor blaster Funky Dollar Bill likens greed to junkie-like addiction, and Friday Night, August 14th conjures a beautifully bloody intersection of Sly & The Family Stone and The MC5. The fitting closer, Eulogy and Light, is essentially an acid-tinged Lord’s Prayer that doubles as a timeless monologue on urban life. And Your Ass Will Follow Funkadelic.
When he formed Funkadelic (with some of his Parliaments bandmates), he took them in a different direction, which was fully realized in this song. Clinton worked for Motown for a time, which adhered to strictures that kept hits flowing by following certain conventions. Any conventions were defenestrated on "Free Your Mind," which set the tone for future Funkadelic output. In 1992, En Vogue had a hit with "Free Your Mind," which used the hook, "Free your mind and the rest will follow
Download Funkadelic - Free Your Mind. and Your Ass Will Follow 01-Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow. and Your Ass Will Follow - 1970, MP3, 320 kbps. Download via torrent Download via magnet. and Your Ass Will Follow. 01-Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow. 04-I Wanna Know If It's Good To Yo. p3. 02-Friday Night, August 14th. 03-Funky Dollar Bill.