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The first time I call Charles Bradley, he's in a hospital taking care of his mother near her home in Brooklyn, New York. He apologizes profusely but asks if I can call him a few hours later when his m...
It's taken two years for me to produce a documentary called Funk Getting Ready To Roll, chronicling George Clinton and Funkadelic's adventures in Toronto in the early 70s. Clinton and company's three or so years living in Toronto gave them new ideas about music making and how to keep doing it. The Funk Mob never would have turned out as it did without these years of reckoning, and in doing so they developed a unique influence on popular music.