Saturday, November 11, 2006

Some Of The Things That I Know, Will Be In Your Next Bible

Here's two tracks off the great new release from Lyrics Born called Overnite Encore: Lyrics Born Live! It's seventeen tracks recorded with a live band at shows in Australia. Plus there's three bonus studio tracks. Below is one of the live tracks, "Lady Don't Tek No," and one of the new studio tracks, "Knock Knock," for you to download.

Overnite Encore: Lyrics Born Live!

Download "Lady Don't Tek No" (mp3)
from Overnite Encore: Lyrics Born Live!
by Lyrics Born
Quannum Projects

Download "Knock Knock" (mp3)
from Overnite Encore: Lyrics Born Live!

by Lyrics Born
Quannum ProjectsBootsy-muthafuckin'-Collins has a Christmas album out right now!
Funk legend Bootsy Collins spices up Christmas time with his first holiday album, Bootsy Collins: Christmas Is 4 Ever, a newly recorded CD from Shout! Factory that mixes four new recordings and nine “Bootsyized” yuletide classics. Bootsy, whose hits include “Ahh...The Name Is Bootsy, Baby!,” “Bootzilla” and “The Pinocchio Theory” puts his funky touch to popular Christmas favorites “Jingle Belz (aka Jingle bells),” “Chestnutz (aka The Christmas Song),” “Winterfunkyland (aka Winter Wonderland)” and "Dis-christmiss (aka This Christmas)," originally written and recorded by Donny Hathaway. Bootsy is joined by Snoop Dogg, who raps on the new “Happy Holidaze,” and Charlie Daniels on fiddle and background vocals for the classic “Sleigh Ride” (which also features vocals by Ohio members Players lead singer Sugarfoot). Additional notable guests include Fred Wesley and other former James Brown collaborators MC Danny Ray and Bobby Byrd, as well as former Parliament/FunkadelicBlackbyrd McKnight and Bernie Worrell. The CD also features holiday greetings from Buckethead and Roger Troutman as well as a message from Bishop Don Magic Juan.
Listen to "Boot-Off (aka Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer)"

Someone better put that in my damn stocking this year. You can buy it here.