Black Hat Daddy And The Silver Comb Gang (180g LP)


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Format: LP
Label: Regrooved Records 
Year: 2023 

Media Condition: New
Sleeve/Cover Condition: New

TRACKS:

A1 Black Hat Daddy & The Silver Comb Gang
A2 How's Your Loose Booty
A3 Just Want To Know
A4 Electric Hot Dog

B1 Funk 'N' Roll (Funk Rock)
B2 Child Support
B3 Hand Maid (Old Lady Mine)
B4 I Want A "Raise"

Previously unreleased; recorded in 1981.

PERSONNEL:
Bass – James Hockaday, Lenny Holmes, Raymone Carter
Drums – Jerome Brailey
Guitar – Lenny Holmes, Michael Hampton, Skitch Lovett
Keyboards – Kenni Hairston, Nat Lee
Vocals – Jerome Brailey, Kenni Hairston, Lenny Holmes, Nat Lee, Raymone Carter, Skitch Lovett

Jerome "Bigfoot" Brailey started performing in the late 1960s as a drummer with R&B groups including The Unifics, The Chambers Brothers and The Five Stairsteps where he developed his unique style and finesse on drums.

Later in 1975 he joined George Clinton's P-Funk collective. Brailey played on classic albums like "Mothership Connection' and "One Nation Under A Groove'. Brailey earned numerous Gold and Platinum records with the P-Funk Organization and has worked as a session drummer for many talented artists such as Herbie Hancock, Buddy Miles, Snoop Dogg and Pharoah Sanders.

Mutiny performed in a style not far removed from the classic P-Funk style and with a lot of emphasis on the dual lead guitar work, but what makes them unique compared to their contemporaries is that at times their recordings also emit a darker, more sinister feeling.

Black Hat Daddy & The Silver Comb Gang was scheduled for release as Mutiny's 3rd LP in 1981. While due to unforeseen circumstances it never saw an official release, some tracks were remixed for inclusion on later releases. Better late than never, the original mixes are presented here as Mutiny's "official" 3rd album.

This edition is limited to 200 copies on 180g black vinyl in a gatefold sleeve.

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