Sounds Like: George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, THIRD WORLD, The Funk Brothers, Manu Chao, Toots & the Maytals
Manager: bill hudson
Bio: Featuring the talents of Bill Hudson (harmonica, penny whistle, melodica, percussion and backing vocals) Dougie Brister (vocals, lead guitar), Cecil Zinyuku (vocals, guitar, percussion and production), with inspiration and past contributions from Denny Austin (rhythm guitar, vocals, songwriting),...See Full Bio
“Deep in the bowels of a studio in northern England, a new sound was born when journalist Bill Hudson press-ganged Accrington hip hop artist Dave C (Grand Cru) into rapping about the perils of certain prescription drugs. With Zimbabwean-born record producer Cecil Zinyuku providing bass and melody, Dave Collins brought to life one of Bill Hudson's headlines for the Daily Star of Scotland, namely Prozac Donkey, inspired by a beast of burden rescued from the depths of depression (It transpired the donkey was infact pregnant, bestially broody). Three hours after entering the studio in Fartown, Huddersfield, a new song and possibly new genre was born, Prozac Donkey - not a beast but a beast of an addiction - and Lancashire Hip Hop, like the voice of Elbow meets George Clinton and P Funk on a very bad trip.... Don't Give Me No Heehaw!!”
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