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Freekbass has done it again

Another wonderful slice of funk from Freekbass. Bam is killing it on the drums. Living the Connection sounds like it could be straight from the Drive soundtrack. Groovy, dark... great sax parts peaking around the groove.

Good to your ear hole

Wow! Another gem by the one and only Freekbass. I've had the pleasure of seeing him and The Bump Assembly perform live on a few occasions. His latest cd Cincinnati is like an extension of the live experience. Loving the cd through my headphones now. If I were you I would hit that purchase button and start grooving.

Biography

Born: Cincinnati, OH

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Funk bassist Freekbass (formerly FreeBass) was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, where after graduating from the city's School for Creative and Performing Arts he joined a vibrant local music scene which in the past had given rise to the King Records label as well as funk legend Bootsy Collins. Recruited by P-Funk alumnus and onetime Bootsy's Rubber Band vocalist Gary "Mudbone" Cooper to record a track for a Jimi Hendrix tribute, Freekbass was introduced to Collins himself, who christened him with his stage...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Jazz, Music, Rock
  • Released: Dec 11, 2015

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