Kingfish Records

In the years preceding his untimely death P-Funk and (de-facto) Talking Heads keyboardist Bernie Worrell entered the studio with Seattle-based musicians to create the Khu. Eex project, melding funk, soul, and groove with native-American storytelling and instrumentation. Drawing on his own Cherokee heritage, the group recorded four albums before Worrell's passing. This album, featuring 14 songs compiled by famed P-funk chronicler Yoriko Kawachi, spans the countless recording sessions over which these albums were recorded. With Galactic drummer and frequent Worrell collaborator Stanton Moore on seven out of fourteen tracks, and some of the Pacific Northwest's best talent on all of the tracks, these fourteen songs are sure to get you up and dancing.
In the years preceding his untimely death P-Funk and (de-facto) Talking Heads keyboardist Bernie Worrell entered the studio with Seattle-based musicians to create the Khu. Eex project, melding funk, soul, and groove with native-American storytelling and instrumentation. Drawing on his own Cherokee heritage, the group recorded four albums before Worrell's passing. This album, featuring 14 songs compiled by famed P-funk chronicler Yoriko Kawachi, spans the countless recording sessions over which these albums were recorded. With Galactic drummer and frequent Worrell collaborator Stanton Moore on seven out of fourteen tracks, and some of the Pacific Northwest's best talent on all of the tracks, these fourteen songs are sure to get you up and dancing.
4995879078648
Bernie Worrell - Tales From The Mother Earth Ship

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Format: Vinyl
Label: P-VINE
Rel. Date: 04/14/2023
UPC: 4995879078648

Tales From The Mother Earth Ship
Artist: Bernie Worrell
Format: Vinyl
New: Call 727 351-5177 or Email us to purchase or check availability
DISC: 1

1. Killer Whale Creation (Intro)
2. Angry Bear
3. No More Planks
4. Canoe Song
5. Captain Cook Gets It
6. The Phaser Is Broken (Album Version)
7. Wolf Song
8. Going North

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In the years preceding his untimely death P-Funk and (de-facto) Talking Heads keyboardist Bernie Worrell entered the studio with Seattle-based musicians to create the Khu. Eex project, melding funk, soul, and groove with native-American storytelling and instrumentation. Drawing on his own Cherokee heritage, the group recorded four albums before Worrell's passing. This album, featuring 14 songs compiled by famed P-funk chronicler Yoriko Kawachi, spans the countless recording sessions over which these albums were recorded. With Galactic drummer and frequent Worrell collaborator Stanton Moore on seven out of fourteen tracks, and some of the Pacific Northwest's best talent on all of the tracks, these fourteen songs are sure to get you up and dancing.
        
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