Funkadelic - Uncle Jam Wants You mp3 flac download
|Title:||Uncle Jam Wants You|
|Date of release:||1979|
|MP3 album size:||1593 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1873 mb|
|Digital formats:||TTA MOD ASF DTS DMF AU VOC|
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Uncle Jam Wants You is the eleventh studio album by American funk band Funkadelic. It was originally released by Warner Bros. Records on September 21, 1979, and was later reissued on CD by Charly Groove Records and Priority Records. It was produced by George Clinton under the alias Dr. Funkenstein. It is the first Funkadelic album since America Eats Its Young in 1972 not to sport a cover illustrated by Funkadelic artist Pedro Bell, though Bell did contribute some interior artwork
Funkadelic is the debut album by the American funk band Funkadelic, released in 1970 on Westbound Records. The album showcases a strong bass and rhythm section, as well as lengthy jam sessions, future trademarks of the band. The album contains two remakes of songs from The Parliaments, an earlier band featuring George Clinton: "I'll Bet You" and "Good Old Music".
The main goal is the cover subtitle's stated claim to "rescue dance music 'from the blahs,'" and "Uncle Jam" itself does a pretty funny job at doing that, starting out like a parody of patriotic recruitment ads before hitting its full, funky stride. It's still very much a disco effort, but one overtly spiking the brew even more than before with P-Funk's own particular recipe, mock drill instructors calling out dance commands and so forth.
Still, Uncle Jam has enough foot-stomping grooves and curveballs to keep the serious Afunkcionado tapping his toes til the mothership returns. The CD starts off with "Freak of the Week," and segues nicely into one of the great funk jams of all time, "(Not Just) Knee-Deep. The overlooked gem on this CD is "Holly Wants To Go To California," which can only be described here as a curios mix of funk, gospel and something snatched from a high school musical.
Features Song Lyrics for Funkadelic's Uncle Jam Wants You album. 3. Holly Wants to Go to California Lyrics. 4. (Not Just) Knee Deep Lyrics. Funkadelic Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
Cause Uncle Jam wants you to join his army! Come on, y'all. Alright you mugs- this is Uncle Jam's army, see? And we're on groove maneuvers, see I don't want nobody sweatin' til I tell ya You gotta you gotta you got to Marching in the foxhole All right you mugs, so you want to dance? This is Uncle Jam's army, and we're on groove maneuvers, see You've got to join Uncle Jam's army.
Uncle Jam (2015 Remaster). Field Maneuvers (2015 Remaster - Instrumental Version). Holly Wants to Go to California (2015 Remaster). Foot Soldiers (Star Spangled Funky) (2015 Remaster). Altri album di Funkadelic. Reworked By Detroiters. Music 4 My Mother (Underground Resistance Mix).
first Funkadelic album since America Eats Its Young in 1972 not to sport a cover illustrated by Funkadelic artist Pedro Bell, though Bell did contribute some interior artwork Uncle Jam Wants You was the second Funkadelic album to be certified gold The album peaked at number two on the Billboard Soul album chart. In some ways, Uncle Jam Wants You a reference to the "Uncle Sam wants you!" US Army recruitment posters is a more militant sequel to the group's previous album, One Nation Under a Groove Whereas that album described an ideal country ruled by Funk, "Uncle Jam" actually attempts to provoke the conversion into Funkadelia Its purpose is also as the cover claims to "rescue dance music from the blahs".
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Freak Of The Week
Written-By – D. McKnight*, G. Clinton*, P. Bishop*
|A2||(Not Just) Knee Deep
Written-By – G. Clinton, Jr.*
Written-By – B. Worrell*, G. Shider*, G. Clinton*, W. Collins*
Written-By – D. Clinton*
|B3||Holly Wants To Go To California
Written-By – B. Worrell*, G. Clinton*
|B4||Foot Soldiers (Star-Spangled Funky)
Written-By – G. Clinton*, J. Vitti*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Record Company – Warner Communications
- Published By – Malbiz Music, Inc.
- Mastered At – Allen Zentz Mastering
- Pressed By – Goldisc Recording Products, Inc.
- Artwork [Department Of Artworks] – April ("Baby" Freakalene) Wildflower*, Pedro "Capt'n Draw" Bell*
- Backing Vocals – Greg Boyer, James Wesley*, Gerome Rogers*, Jessica Cleaves, Lige Curry, Linda Brown, Mallia Franklin, Philippe Wynne
- Bass – Billy Nelson, Jeff Bunn*, William Collins*
- Bass [Bass Anti-flam Units] – Cordell "Boogie" Mosson*, Rodney "Skeet" Curtis*
- Drums – Dennis Chambers, Tiki Fulwood, William Collins*
- Drums [Uncle Jam's Drum & Wiggle Corps] – Larry Fratangelo, Tyrone "Speedfeet" Lampkin*
- Engineer [Additional] – Greg Ward, Mike Iacopelli
- Engineer [Chairmen Of The Boards] – Jim Vitti, Steve Bishop
- Guitar – Dewayne McKnight, Glen Goins, William Collins*
- Guitar [Axe Force] – Eddie "Maggot Brain" Hazel*, Gary "DoWop" Shider*, Michael "Kidd Funkadelic" Hampton*
- Keyboards – Gary Hudgins, Gerome Rogers*, Juni Morrison*
- Keyboards [Keyboard Battlecruisers] – Bernie (U.S.S. Woo!) Worrell*, J.S. Theracon
- Mastered By – Brian Gardner
- Photography By – Diem M. Jones*
- Producer [Conceptor & Chief Of Staff] – George "Phuey Funky" Clinton*
- Vocals [Vocal Assault & Funkatition Team] – Dawn Silva, Gary "DoWop" Shider*, Uncle Jam Clinton*, Greg Thomas , Jeanette McGruder, Larry "Sir Nose" Heckstall*, Michael "Clip" Payne*, Ray "Stingray" Davis*, Ron "Prophet" Ford*, Sheila Horne
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- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): BSK XX-1-3371-G-1 Az jw GOL
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): BSK XX-2-3371-G-1 Az jw GOL
|BSK 3371||Funkadelic||Uncle Jam Wants You (LP, Album, Mon)||Warner Bros. Records||BSK 3371||US||1979|
|BSK 3371||Funkadelic||Uncle Jam Wants You (LP, Album, Win)||Warner Bros. Records||BSK 3371||US||1979|
|CDGR 103||Funkadelic||Uncle Jam Wants You (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Charly Records||CDGR 103||UK||1996|
|K 56712||Funkadelic||Uncle Jam Wants You (LP, Album, Gat)||Warner Bros. Records||K 56712||UK||1979|
|SNAP 273 CD||Funkadelic||Uncle Jam Wants You (CD, Album, RE, RM, Unofficial)||Charly Records||SNAP 273 CD||Russia||2003|