98% Funky Stuff
My Life in MusiceBook - 2013
Maceo Parker's signature style became the lynchpin of James Brown's band when he and his brother Melvin joined the Hardest Working Man in Show Business in 1964. That style helped define Brown's brand of funk, and the phrase "Maceo, I want you to blow!" became part of the lexicon of black music. He took time off from James Brown to play with George Clinton's P-funk collective and with Bootsy's Rubber Band; he also formed his own band, Maceo and All the King's Men, whose records are cult favorites among funk aficionados.<P style=""
Publisher: Chicago : Chicago Review Press, 2013
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 1 online resource (viii, 200 pages) : illustrations
Alternative Title: Ninety-eight percent funky stuff