Mutiny on the Mamaship

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Mutiny on the Mamaship
Mamaship.jpg
Studio album by Mutiny
Released 1979
Recorded 1979
Genre Funk, Disco
Length 39:22
Label Columbia
Producer Jerome Brailey for J. Rony Music Inc.
Mutiny chronology
Mutiny on the Mamaship
(1979)
Funk Plus The One
(1979)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4/5 stars[1]

Mutiny on the Mamaship is the debut album by former Parliament-Funkadelic drummer Jerome Brailey and his band Mutiny. The album was released by Columbia Records in 1979. The album was released a year after Brailey left P-Funk due to a financial dispute. This album featured a lyric sheet showing the dissatisfied content relating to George Clinton’s treatment of members of the band. As years passes by and maturity relating to the growth of us all as human, a lot of the animosity relating to the P-Funk collapse has move on in the area of mental fortitude.

In 1994, Mutiny on the Mamaship was reissued by P-Vine records in Japan (PCD-2776) with one extra track entitled "Sneakin'". In 2015 it was reissued in the U.S. by Funky Town Grooves as a two-CD set with their next album Funk Plus The One with numerous bonus tracks.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Go Away from Here" (Jerome Brailey, Lenny Holmes, Raymond Carter, Robert Mittleman)
  2. "What More Can I Say" (Jerome Brailey, Skitch Lovett)
  3. "Lump" (Jerome Brailey, Raymond Carter) (released as a single – Columbia 111153 – and 12" single – Columbia AS 696)
  4. "Funk 'N' Bop" (Jerome Brailey, Lenny Holmes) (released as 7" single – Columbia 11049 – and 12" single – Columbia AS 655)
  5. "Burning Up" (Jerome Brailey, Lenny Holmes, Raymond Carter)
  6. "Voyage to the Bottom of the "P"" (Jerome Brailey, Lenny Holmes, Raymond Carter)
  7. "Everytime You Come Around" (Jerome Brailey, Lenny Holmes, Raymond Carter)
  8. "Romeo (Hope You're Feeling Better)" (Jerome Brailey)

2015 Funky Town Grooves issue Bonus Tracks:

  • 9. "Funk 'N' Bop" (7" version) (Jerome Brailey, Lenny Holmes)
  • 10. "How's Your Loose Booty" (previously unreleased) (Jerome Brailey)
  • 11. "Electric Hot Dog (Red Hot)" (previously unreleased) (Jerome Brailey)
  • 12. "Funk Rock" (previously unreleased) (Jerome Brailey)
  • 13. "#7" (previously unreleased) (Jerome Brailey)
  • 14. "#8" (previously unreleased) (Jerome Brailey)

Personnel[edit]

  • Jerome Brailey – drums, percussion, syndrums, vocals
  • Lenny Holmes – lead guitar, vocals
  • Skitch Lovett – guitars, vocals
  • Raymond Carter – bass guitars, vocals, smiles
  • Nat Lee – keyboards, semi-vocals
  • Daryl Dixon, Marvin Daniels, Melvin El – horns

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mutiny on the Mamaship at AllMusic
  2. ^ Mutiny. "Discography". discogs.com. Retrieved December 25, 2016.