Bootsy's Rubber Band

Bootsy's Rubber Band

Members of Bootsy's Rubber Band: Bootsy Collins, Catfish Collins, Frank Waddy, Fred Wesley, Frederick Allen, Gary Mudbone Cooper, Joel Johnson, Leslyn Bailey, Maceo Parker, Richard Griffith, Rick Gardner, Robert "P-Nut" Johnson, William Earl Collins
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.allmusic.com/artist/bootsys-rubber-band-mn0000087827, http://www.whosampled.com/Bootsy%27s-Rubber-Band/

Discography of Bootsy's Rubber Band:

Click to release title to look at track list of the album
Pages of releases table:
# Cover Release title Total tracks Download full release in mp3 Release Date Label
1

Jungle Bass

4 mp3 1990
2

Body Slam

2 mp3 1982
3

Jungle Bass

4 mp3 1990-00-00 4th & Broadway
4

Ahh...The Name Is Bootsy, Baby!

10 mp3 1977 Warner Bros. Records
5

The Pinocchio Theory

3 mp3 1977 Warner Bros. Records
6

Stretchin' Out In Bootsy's Rubber Band

7 mp3 1990 Warner Bros. Records
7

Ahh...The Name Is Bootsy Baby !

8 mp3 1990 Warner Bros. Records
8

Bootsy? Player Of The Year

7 mp3 1990 Warner Bros. Records
9

This Boot Is Made For Fonk-n

7 mp3 1990 Warner Bros. Records
10

This Boot Is Made For Fonk-n

7 mp3 1979 Warner Bros. Records
11

Live In Oklahoma 1976

7 mp3 2001 Funk To The Max
12

Live In Louisville 1978

13 mp3 1999 Disky
13

Stretchin' Out In Bootsy's Rubber Band

7 mp3 1976 Warner Bros. Records
14

Bootsy? Player Of The Year

9 mp3 1978 Warner Bros. Records
15

Hollywood Squares

2 mp3 1978 Warner Bros. Records
16

Bootzilla

2 mp3 1978 Warner Bros. Records
17

Jungle Bass

4 mp3 1990
18

Jungle Bass

4 mp3 1990
19

This Boot Is Made For Fonk-n

7 mp3 1979 Warner Bros. Records
20

Funk Prophets (Chapter II)

12 mp3 1992 Horny Sound
21

Bootsy? Player Of The Year

9 mp3 1978
22

Ahh... The Name Is Bootsy, Baby!

8 mp3 Warner Bros. Records
23

Jungle Bass

4 mp3 1990
24

Body Slam! / I'd Rather Be With You

2 mp3 1982 Warner Bros. Records
25

Disciples Of Funk/Jungle Bass

3 mp3 1990 4th & Broadway
26

This Boot Is Made For Fonk-n

7 mp3 1996 Warner Bros. Records
27

Bootsy? Player Of The Year

7 mp3 1990 Warner Bros. Records
28

The Pinocchio Theory / Rubber Duckie

2 mp3 1977 Warner Bros. Records
29

I'd Rather Be With You

2 mp3 1976 Warner Bros. Records
30

Bootzilla

2 mp3 1978 Warner Bros. Records
31

Stretchin' Out In Bootsy's Rubber Band

7 mp3 Warner Bros. Records
32

Bootsy? Player Of The Year

7 mp3 1998 Warner Bros. Records
33

This Boot Is Made For Fonk-n

7 mp3 1979 Warner Bros. Records
34

She Jam (Almost Bootsy Show)

2 mp3 1979 Warner Bros. Records
35

This Boot Is Made For Fonk-n

7 mp3 1979 Warner Bros. Records
36

Ahh...The Name Is Bootsy, Baby!

8 mp3 1977 Warner Bros. Records
37

Bootzilla / Vanish In Our Sleep

2 mp3 1978 Warner Bros. Records
38

Stretchin' Out In Bootsy's Rubber Band

7 mp3 2007 Collectors' Choice Music
39

This Boot Is Made For Fonk-n

7 mp3 2007 Collectors' Choice Music
40

Bootsy? Player Of The Year

7 mp3 1978 Warner Bros. Records
41

Bootsy? Player Of The Year

9 mp3 1978 Warner Bros. Records
42

Jam Fan (Hot)

4 mp3 1979 Warner Bros. Records
43

Psychoticbumpschool

2 mp3 1976 Warner Bros. Records
44

Can't Stay Away

2 mp3 1977 Warner Bros. Records
45

Ahh... The Name Is Bootsy, Baby!

8 mp3 Warner Bros. Records
46

The Pinocchio Theory

3 mp3 1977 Warner Bros. Records
47

Jungle Bass

4 mp3 1990
48

This Boot Is Made For Fonk-n

7 mp3 1979 Warner Bros. Records
49

Ahh...The Name Is Bootsy, Baby!

10 mp3 1977 Warner Bros. Records
50

Bootsy? Player Of The Year

9 mp3 1978 Warner Bros. Records
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P.Funk band created (and led) in 1976 by bass player Bootsy Collins, featuring his brother Catfish Collins (guitar), Frank Waddy (drums), the Horny Horns, Gary "Mudbone" Cooper & Robert "P.Nut" Johnson (vocals).
Frederick Allen was the original keyboard player but he was replaced by Joel "Razor" Johnson in 1977.
Leslyn Bailey was the only female vocalist but she left the band soon after their first release, "Strechin' Out".
With the help of George Clinton, the band has released four LPs for Warner Brothers between 1976 and 1979, as well as two 12" singles (in 1982 and 1990).
Bootsy has recreated his band under the name of Bootsy's New Rubber Band in 1994, with a lot of original band members.

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