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Jungle Bass is an Extended Play CD by the American Funk band Bootsy's Rubber Band. The disc was released in 1990 by 4th & Broadway Records. Jungle Bass reunites most of the original members of Bootsy's Rubber Band, whose last album was released in 1979. The album represents one of the earliest collaborations between Bootsy and producer Bill Laswell.

Track listing

  1. "Jungle Bass" (Jungle One/Long Form)
    (W Collins, Bill Laswell, Bernie Worrell, Joel Johnson) 13:10
  2. "Disciples of Funk (The Return of the Funkateers)"
    (W Collins, Fred Wesley, Maceo Parker, Richard Griffith, Rick Gardner) 4:41
  3. "Jungle Bass" (House of Bass Mix)
    (W Collins, B Laswell, B Worrell, J Johnson) 9:03
  4. "Interzone" (Silent Hush-Hush Mix/Cyberfunk)
    (W Collins, B Laswell, B Worrell, J Johnson) 3:17

Personnel

  • Trombone: Fred Wesley
  • Alto Saxophone: Maceo Parker
  • Trumpet: Richard Griffith, Rick Gardner
  • Synthesizer: Bernie Worrell, Joel "Razor Sharp" Johnson, Jeff Bova
  • Front Ground Vocals: Gary Cooper
  • Bass, Samples & Free Jazz: Bill Laswell
  • Space Bass, Guitar, Drums, Black Noise, Unsamples & Vocals: Bootsy Collins
  • Robot Vocals: Boot-Tron





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