Brothas Be, Yo Like George, Ain't That Funkin' Kinda Hard on You ?
This book is a must read for any true P-Funkateer, or for that matter, anyone who loves soul/ funk/ R&B. George give a first hand look at the evolution of the revolutionary music recorded by Clinton,Worrell, Collins and the many other contributing members of the funk mob. George shares in detail about the many artists and others in the industry that helped to hone and shape the perfection of P-Funk over time. I loved hearing the stories behind the music. The music brought together the best from all genras of music and helped to shape and influence generations of music lovers from Doo Wop and to the Hip-Hop of today. George's intellect and genius has always been cloaked in "silly- seriousness". In his autobiography, Dr. Funkenstein is exceptionally articulate, insightful and humorous in he way he shares about his life long dedication to the Funk. The book paints a clear picture of a dedicated artist navigating the challenges posed by the largely corrupt and dishonest corporate power structure in the record industry, while being unwilling to compromise core values and creative expression.