Mutiny - Mutiny on the Mamaship





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One of 1979's overlooked Parliament-Funkadelic goodies was Mutiny on the Mamaship, the debut album by George Clinton disciple and drummer, Jerome Brailey, and his band Mutiny, released that January. Brailey, then a recent defector from the George Clinton P-Funk camp, leads his fellow mutineers through eight exceedingly funky and pretty hilarious jams. Brailey (that's him in buccaneer get-up on the album's campy cover) also can't resist numerous pointed references to his ex-boss throughout. Sample lyric: "Lump, Lump can you move your Rump/Lump can you cut the funk?"



1. Go Away from Here
2. What More Can I Say
3. Lump
4. Funk ‘N’ Bop
5. Burning Up
6. Voyage to the Bottom of the P
7. Everytime You Come Around
8. Romeo (Hope You’re Feeling Better)

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