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✨✧ Rajput & The Sepoy MutinyFlower Power Sitar ... LP
Design, Late 60s. Very Good ... $24.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear and aging.)

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✨✧ MutinyMutiny On The Mamaship ... LP
CBS, 1979. Very Good+ ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The first great album from Mutiny – a lesser-known star in the P-Funk universe of the 70s, but one that's still every bit as great as the rest! The group's the brainchild of Jerome Brailey – who was with George Clinton for a few years, then left to form Quazar – then stepped out on his own at the head of Mutiny – where his well-crafted drum work gave the group razor-sharp rhythms from the start, which often get laced with lots of Bootsy-style basslines and some sweet guitar work as well! The vocals often have a cool compressed quality that slides right down in the grooves – and titles include "Go Away From Here", "Lump", "Funk N Bop", "Burning Up", and "Voyage To the Bottom Of The P". LP, Vinyl record album
(White label promo, including the printed inner sleeve.)

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✨✧ MutinyFunk Plus The One ... LP
CBS, 1980. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A killer from Mutiny – the group's second album, and one that's even better than the first – thanks to some really great keyboards, and an even more bass-heavy groove! Jerome Brailey and crew seem to really be picking up on the best funky currents from the underground scene – moving past some of the straighter modes learned with P-Funk, and evolving into a rich groove that's definitely their own – very sharp and focused on the rhythms, even with the vocals, and with this snapping quality in the grooves that's got a wicked old school vibe. Titles include our all-time favorite Mutiny cut – "Semi First Class Seat" – plus "Reality", "One On One", "Will It Be Tomorrow", and "Don't Bust the Groove". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Gene KrupaMutiny In The Parlor ... LP
RCA/Camden, 1930s. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Back cover has a small spot of sticker residue.)
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✨✧ George Clinton & OthersSix Degrees Of P-Funk – The Best Of George Clinton & His Funk Family ... CD
Columbia, Late 70s/1980s/Early 90s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Post Funkadelic and Parliament work from George Clinton – an assortment of tracks from a variety of Columbia and Sony-related albums by artists who include Sweat Band, Mutiny, Junie, Bootsy Collins, Mico Wave, Philippe Wynne, and the P-Funk All-Stars! Most of the material here has an early 80s sort of feel – that second wave of P-Funk inspiration after so many other groups were grabbing the Clinton groove – and bass is especially upfront in the mix on most of these numbers, topped with vocals that are definitely in the style first encouraged by George back in the day. Titles include "Funky Kind" and "If Anybody Gets Funked Up" by George Clinton & The P-Funk All Stars, "Leakin" and "Party On Plastic" by Bootsy Collins, "Lump" and "Funk N Bop" by Mutiny, "Rappin About Rappin" and "Love Has Taken Me Over" by Junie Morrison, "Instant Replay" by Mico Wave, "Freak To Freak" by Sweat Band, "Breakout" and "Never Gonna Tell It" by Philippe Wynne, and "One Of Those Summers" and "Pumpin It Up" by P-Funk All Stars. CD
(Out of print.)

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