Bernie Worrell's 1978 solo debut All The Woo In The World, could easily pass as a lost Parliament/Fundadelic release. Mr. Worrell, the man himself, who passed away in 2016, needs little introduction. He was an American keyboardist, arranger & composer best known as a founding member of Parliament/Funkadelic and for his work with Talking Heads. All The Woo In The World was Bernie Worrell's solo debut album, originally released in 1978, and featuring P-Funk alumni George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, Maceo Parker, Fred Wesley and Eddie Hazel. When you hear All The Woo In The World it's no wonder David Byrne wanted Worrell to record with Talking Heads. In only seven tracks, Worrell shows how important he was to the P-Funk sound. It has everything: layered sounds, a toe-tapping midtempo beat, and incredible horns. It proved to be a classic platter of cosmic slop: funky and loose R&B. Heavily sought after by collectors, All The Woo In The World is an essential funk album by an artist who leaves a legacy as big as his career. Available for the first time on limited edition colored vinyl, All The Woo In The World is being released exclusively for RSD Black Friday 2017 and is only available in participating record stores starting on 11/24/17.
1.Woo Together 2.I'll Be With You 3.Hold On 4.Much Thrust 5.Happy To Have (Happiness On Our Side) 6.Insurance Man For The Funk 7.Much Thrust (Reprise)