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For their second release, Pangea International Recording Co. Is proud to present two classics from Plainfield, New Jersey's legendary Funkadelic redone as newly funkified Samba renditions. From the minds of producers Dan Ubick and Bobby Easton comes Os Zabelês featuring members of Fishbone, Parliament-Funkadelic/James Brown, The Keystones, Orgone/Say She She, Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, Mariachi El Bronx, Delta Nove, and others. In the vein of Jorge Ben's famed Africa Brazil LP, we get to hear these well-loved songs re-imagined and refreshed by a true supergroup of musicians from Rio de Janeiro, Detroit, and Los Angeles. Side A features "If You Don't Like The Effects, Don't Produce the Cause' from Funkadelic's 1972's masterpiece America Eats It's Young LP, getting the full samba treatment here by Os Zabelês with co-lead vocals by Diana Purim (Eyedentity, daughter of Flora & Airto) and Destani Wolf (Night Owls, The Pharcyde, Bobby McFerrin). Complete with multi-instrumentalist Bobby Easton's surdo, cuíca, pandeiro & repinique adding Brazilian dimension to Oliver Charles' funky drums, cavaquinho, and violao replacing the electric guitars of the original and Fishbone's Norwood Fisher channeling the low end, rubber band-like bass of Prakash John. Side B's "Back In Our Minds," originally on Funkadelic's 1971 epic Maggot Brain LP, get a samba re-vamp here, again featuring Diana Purim & Destani Wolf in addition to the technicolor harmonies of sisters Kanami & Emina singing half in Portuguese and half in English. The original's "flexitone" percussion sound is replaced here by Brazil's equally distinctive cuíca played by Bobby Easton, but more importantly, Os Zabelês are so grateful to have the one-and-only Fred Wesley from Parliament-Funkadelic and James Brown's band laying his ever funky trombone in the mix! "Hit me, Fred!"
For their second release, Pangea International Recording Co. Is proud to present two classics from Plainfield, New Jersey's legendary Funkadelic redone as newly funkified Samba renditions. From the minds of producers Dan Ubick and Bobby Easton comes Os Zabelês featuring members of Fishbone, Parliament-Funkadelic/James Brown, The Keystones, Orgone/Say She She, Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, Mariachi El Bronx, Delta Nove, and others. In the vein of Jorge Ben's famed Africa Brazil LP, we get to hear these well-loved songs re-imagined and refreshed by a true supergroup of musicians from Rio de Janeiro, Detroit, and Los Angeles. Side A features "If You Don't Like The Effects, Don't Produce the Cause' from Funkadelic's 1972's masterpiece America Eats It's Young LP, getting the full samba treatment here by Os Zabelês with co-lead vocals by Diana Purim (Eyedentity, daughter of Flora & Airto) and Destani Wolf (Night Owls, The Pharcyde, Bobby McFerrin). Complete with multi-instrumentalist Bobby Easton's surdo, cuíca, pandeiro & repinique adding Brazilian dimension to Oliver Charles' funky drums, cavaquinho, and violao replacing the electric guitars of the original and Fishbone's Norwood Fisher channeling the low end, rubber band-like bass of Prakash John. Side B's "Back In Our Minds," originally on Funkadelic's 1971 epic Maggot Brain LP, get a samba re-vamp here, again featuring Diana Purim & Destani Wolf in addition to the technicolor harmonies of sisters Kanami & Emina singing half in Portuguese and half in English. The original's "flexitone" percussion sound is replaced here by Brazil's equally distinctive cuíca played by Bobby Easton, but more importantly, Os Zabelês are so grateful to have the one-and-only Fred Wesley from Parliament-Funkadelic and James Brown's band laying his ever funky trombone in the mix! "Hit me, Fred!"
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If You Don't Like The Effects
Artist: Os Zabeles
Format: Vinyl
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1. If You Don't Like the Effects, Don't Produce the Cause
2. Back in Our Minds

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For their second release, Pangea International Recording Co. Is proud to present two classics from Plainfield, New Jersey's legendary Funkadelic redone as newly funkified Samba renditions. From the minds of producers Dan Ubick and Bobby Easton comes Os Zabelês featuring members of Fishbone, Parliament-Funkadelic/James Brown, The Keystones, Orgone/Say She She, Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, Mariachi El Bronx, Delta Nove, and others. In the vein of Jorge Ben's famed Africa Brazil LP, we get to hear these well-loved songs re-imagined and refreshed by a true supergroup of musicians from Rio de Janeiro, Detroit, and Los Angeles. Side A features "If You Don't Like The Effects, Don't Produce the Cause' from Funkadelic's 1972's masterpiece America Eats It's Young LP, getting the full samba treatment here by Os Zabelês with co-lead vocals by Diana Purim (Eyedentity, daughter of Flora & Airto) and Destani Wolf (Night Owls, The Pharcyde, Bobby McFerrin). Complete with multi-instrumentalist Bobby Easton's surdo, cuíca, pandeiro & repinique adding Brazilian dimension to Oliver Charles' funky drums, cavaquinho, and violao replacing the electric guitars of the original and Fishbone's Norwood Fisher channeling the low end, rubber band-like bass of Prakash John. Side B's "Back In Our Minds," originally on Funkadelic's 1971 epic Maggot Brain LP, get a samba re-vamp here, again featuring Diana Purim & Destani Wolf in addition to the technicolor harmonies of sisters Kanami & Emina singing half in Portuguese and half in English. The original's "flexitone" percussion sound is replaced here by Brazil's equally distinctive cuíca played by Bobby Easton, but more importantly, Os Zabelês are so grateful to have the one-and-only Fred Wesley from Parliament-Funkadelic and James Brown's band laying his ever funky trombone in the mix! "Hit me, Fred!"
        
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