I think when people think p funk as far as sample think about g funk .but if you listen there lots of great horns, keyborad playin, drums, guitar to me it's like a gold mine all there albums.there personal speaks for its self William “Bootsy” Collins,Eddie Hazel,Bernie Worrell,Walter “Junie” Morrison he was with the ohio players ,Glen Goins.basically what try'n to say is you can sample p funk and it does'nt have to sound like p funk, you can make it sound like jazz,soul, rock,etc. cats want even know what you sampled.
haha...i concur. many parts of the breaks will not remind u of a funk record off hand. good post fatdan
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