|By Marcel Visser (126.96.36.199) on Tuesday, August 12, 2003 - 06:02 pm:|
released on Funkedelic records as Rose Williams and the Funkedelics.
|By Don (188.8.131.52) on Wednesday, August 13, 2003 - 01:22 pm:|
I don't know Marcel. The lineup was during this period was Guitars; Eddie Hazel, Tawl Ross... Bass; Billy "Bass" Nelson... Drums; Tiki Fulwood. A white musician from Pittsburg,PA, on Keyboards? Because Bernie Worrell hadn't joined them until the Free Your Mind LP came out in 1970. I don't know if Clinton, Grady Thomas, Ray Davis, Fuzzy Haskins and Calvin Simon ( if he was around or not? ) helping out on the Vocals. It is a very rare 45 if you have it Marcel. I had it at one time but I don't know what became of it, and I must admit I forgot how the beat goes and if there we're any bkgrd vox accompanning it-it's been so long. Marcel I've seen your comments on this subject in the archives f/ 01-03, and to be honest with you i didn't know how to answer to give you a reply at that time. Though I'am certainly glad that your post did show back up again. I've hoped I've helped you in some kind of way. If you have any other questions reguarding P-FUNK, drop it in this newly revised forum of yours here-cool?