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Published on Aug 26, 2011
In contrast to the multiple side projects that involve Parliament-Funkadelic alumni (such as Slave Master and Hardware), O.G. Funk is actually a P-Funk project through and through. Some of P-Funk's most legendary graduates -- Bernie Worrell, Billy "Bass" Nelson, Jerome "Bigfoot" Brailey, and Gary "Mudbone" Cooper, along with such collaborators as Grandmaster Melle Mel and Bill Laswell -- construct a sound that's very close to mid-period Funkadelic records such as Let's Take It to the Stage and Cosmic Slop. The music ranges from the "Maggot Brain"-like epic "Music for My Brother," an instrumental tribute to Eddie Hazel, to the thundering funk-rock of "Yeah Yeah Yeah" (which recasts the intro to Funkadelic's "Music for My Mother") to "I Wanna Know" (a reworking of "I Wanna Know If It's Good to You").