Jerome Bigfoot Brailey, Jerome Bigfoot. August 20, 1950 (1950-08-20) (age 68) Richmond, Virginia, . Brailey and Goins conceived a band called Mutiny as they were finalizing the Quazar album for Arista Records; however, Glenn Goins died in 1978 at the age of 24, leaving Brailey to complete the album. He then established Mutiny and signed to Columbia Records Smith and Hay's release two CD's, Jazz & Jazz (Deluxe) during a series of recordings in 2017 which featured Jerome Bigfoot on many of the songs.
Semi-First Class Seat. Producer, Arranged By – Jerome Brailey. Special Version Of The Columbia Single 1-11342. Double A Sided Promo. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All.
disc and inner sleeve are like new, the jacket is intact except a sticker, immediate first class shipping domestic and international. 9 tracks: side one: 1. will it be tomorrow 2. anti-disco 3. don't bust the groove 4. romeo, take 2 5. reality side two: 1. semi-first class seat 2. one on one 3. tha ballad of capt. hymbad 4. will it be tomorrow. orbital - blue album CD 2004 ATO 9 tracks used mint.
Mutiny - Semi-First Class Seat. Jerome Brailey started performing around 1968 with the R&B group The Unifics continuing with The Five Stairsteps and The Chambers Brothers. Jerome played on the original studio recording of the classic R&B song "O-o-h Child" by The Five Stairsteps, later joining George Clinton's P-Funk collective in 1975 and appeared on many of their most popular recordings label as the impact years of c. The first album was seen as very successful in musical terms, though some critics complained about the lack of originality connected to that body of work. Brailey has appeared as a session drummer with a diverse group of artists, including Keith Richards, Bill Laswell, James Blood Ulmer, Dave Stewart, and Lucky Peterson.
Semi-First Class Seat 07. One On One 08. The Ballad Of Capt. Funk Plus The One became the second album by Mutiny and was released by Columbia Records in 1980. A year after leaving c, drummer Jerome Big Foot Brailey dropped this infectious funk bomb, Mutiny On The Mamaship with some P-Funk mojo, some funky synths, sing-song choruses, wickedly frenetic guitar lines and hard-driving beats which are both convincing and infectious.
Mutiny on the Mamaship is the debut album by former c 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.
Burnin Up. Semi -First Class Seat. Voyage To The Bottom Of The . .I've got six things on my mind -you're no longer one of them. Paddy McAloon, Prefab Sprout. E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator. Reply posted 09/29/09 9:25am. LoveIsTheMessa ge. Mutiny's debut album is great! I was just listening to "Romeo (I Hope You're Feeling Better)" today. On the Org since 2005.
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