Sunday, 23 August 2009

Madhouse “Serve ‘Em”


“Serve ‘Em”
( Today Records, 1972 )
Catalog # TLP-1010

A1 – Serve ‘Em (3:00)
A2 – Nixon’s Ego Trip (3:04)
A3 – Great Debate (13:34)
B1 – Get Some Of This (4:20)
B2 – Last Apocalypse (13:44)

Personnel & Credits:
Arranged By – Anthony Davis, Madhouse
Mixed By – David Jordan , Eddie Korvin , Patrick Adams
Producer – Anthony Davis, Dave Jordan, Patrick Adams
Recorded By – Joe Schick, Tom Foy

Recorded at Blue Rock Studio and Soho Sound, Ltd, New York.

Hard, raw, righeous group funk one of the hardest-hitting early albums ever produced by Patrick Adams! The set’s got a feel that’s much more like the Detroit work on the Westbound label than other records on the Today label no surprise, given that group leader Mudbone later worked with Bootsy Collins in The Rubber Band! The style here is a bit more freewheeling than P-Funk, though really jamming at times, with raw guitar, wild horn parts, and long tracks that blend together bits of funk, rock, and electric jazz! Titles include the break-heavy suite “Last Apocalypse”, plus “Nixon’s Ego Trip”, “Great Debate”, “Get Some Of This”, and “Serve ‘Em”.
By Dusty Groove America

By Celo

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