Apr 06, 2016 The one release on this list that could be feasibly called a “comeback record”, What’s Bootsy Doin’ served as both Bootsy Collins’ first album in six years and his best in twelve, albeit for very different reasons than the super-seventies space-bass showcase Stretchin’ Out in Bootsy’s Rubber Band. Bootsy’s characteristic slickly.
Check out Back In The Day: The Best Of Bootsy by Bootsy Collins on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.com. In April 2007, Collins announced plans to open Bootsy's, a restaurant/club with Cincinnati area restaurateur Jeff Ruby. The venue operated from 2008 to 2010. It featured live musical acts, a museum dedicated to Collins's musical career and Spanish, Central and South American cuisine. Back In The Day: The Best Of Bootsy Collins (Bootsy Collins) 1997 'I'm Leavin U (Gotta Go, Gotta Go)' (feat. MC Lyte) — 78: 59 — Fresh Outta 'P' University (Bootsy Collins) 1998 'Do the Freak' — — — — 1999 'Party Lick-A-Ble's' — 77 — — 2002 'Play with Bootsy' (feat. Kelli Ali) — — 57: 73 Play with Bootsy (Bootsy Collins. Back in the Day: The Best of Bootsy is a 1994 greatest hits compilation by Parliament-Funkadelic bassist Bootsy Collins. The album was released on the Warner Bros. Archives label. The album compiles all of the hit singles produced and performed by Bootsy Collins during the years 1976 to 1982, with the exception of the singles released from the.03 - Another Point Of View.mp3
This is the discography of American singer Bootsy Collins.
|1976||Bootsy's Rubber Band||Stretchin' Out in Bootsy's Rubber Band||59||10||Warner Bros. Records|
|1977||Bootsy's Rubber Band||Ahh.. The Name Is Bootsy, Baby!||16||1||Warner Bros. Records|
|1978||Bootsy's Rubber Band||Bootsy? Player of the Year||16||1||Warner Bros. Records|
|1979||Bootsy's Rubber Band||This Boot Is Made for Fonk-N||52||9||Warner Bros. Records|
|1980||Bootsy Collins||Ultra Wave||70||30||Warner Bros. Records|
|1980||The Sweat Band||Sweat Band||Uncle Jam/Columbia Records|
|1982||Bootsy Collins||The One Giveth, the Count Taketh Away||Warner Bros. Records|
|1988||Bootsy Collins||What's Bootsy Doin'?||58||Columbia Records|
|1990||Bootsy's Rubber Band||Jungle Bass||4th & Broadway|
|1994||Bootsy's New Rubber Band||Blasters of the Universe||Rykodisc|
|1994||Zillatron||Lord of the Harvest||Rykodisc|
|1995||Bootsy's New Rubber Band||Keepin' Dah Funk Alive 4-1995||Rykodisc|
|1997||Bootsy Collins||Fresh Outta 'P' University||WEA/Black Culture|
|1998||Bootsy's Rubber Band||Live in Louisville 1978||Disky|
|2001||Bootsy's Rubber Band||Live in Oklahoma 1976||Funk to the Max|
|2002||Bootsy Collins||Play with Bootsy||WEA International|
|2006||Bootsy's New Rubber Band||Live in Concert 1998||ABC Entertainment/Charly Films|
|2006||Bootsy Collins||Christmas Is 4 Ever||Shout Factory|
|2008||Science Faxtion||Living on Another Frequency||Mascot Records|
|2009||Bootsy Collins||The Official Boot-Legged-Bootsy-CD||Bootzilla|
|2011||Bootsy Collins||Tha Funk Capital of the World||43||Mascot Records|
|2017||Bootsy Collins||World Wide Funk||Mascot Records|
|Year||Single||Peak chart positions||Album|
|1976||'Stretching Out (In a Rubber Band)'||18||—||—||—||Stretchin' Out in Bootsy's Rubber Band|
(Bootsy's Rubber Band)
|'I'd Rather Be With You'||25||—||—||—|
|'The Pinocchio Theory'||6||—||—||—||Ahh.. The Name Is Bootsy, Baby!|
(Bootsy's Rubber Band)
|'Can't Stay Away'||19||—||—||—|
|1978||'Bootzilla'||1||43||—||—||Bootsy? Player of the Year|
(Bootsy's Rubber Band)
|1979||'Jam Fan (Hot)'||13||—||—||—||This Boot is Made for Fonk-N|
(Bootsy's Rubber Band)
|'Bootsy Get Live'||38||—||—||—|
|'Under The Influence of a Groove'||—||—||—||—|
|1980||'Freak to Freak'||25||—||—||—||Sweat Band|
|'Mug Push'||25||—||—||—||Ultra Wave|
|'Is That My Song?'||—||—||—||—|
|1982||'Take a Lickin' and Keep on Kickin'||29||—||—||—||The One Giveth, the Count Taketh Away|
|'Shine-O-Myte (Rag Popping)'||78||—||—||—|
|'Body Slam!'||12||—||—||—||single only(Bootsy's Rubber Band)|
|1988||'Party on Plastic (What's Bootsy Doin'?)'||27||—||—||—||What's Bootsy Doin'?|
|'1st One 2 the Egg Wins'||—||—||—||—|
|1990||'Jungle Bass'||—||—||—||—||Jungle Bass(Bootsy's Rubber Band)|
|1994||'Hollywood Squares' (US promo only)||—||—||—||—||Back In The Day: The Best Of Bootsy Collins(Bootsy Collins)|
|1997||'I'm Leavin U (Gotta Go, Gotta Go)' (feat. MC Lyte)||—||78||59||—||Fresh Outta 'P' University|
|1998||'Do the Freak'||—||—||—||—|
|2002||'Play with Bootsy' (feat. Kelli Ali)||—||—||57||73||Play with Bootsy|
|2003||'Dance to the Music'||—||—||—||—|
|2004||'Dreamship Surprise' (feat. Bonita)(GER only)||—||—||—||—||(T)Raumschiff Surprise - Periode 1: Die Songs(Various Artists)|
|2011||'Don't Take My Funk' (promo only)||—||—||—||—||Tha Funk Capital of the World(Bootsy Collins)|
|2017||'Worth My While' (feat. Kali Uchis)||—||—||—||—||World Wide Funk(Bootsy Collins)|
|'—' denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.|
'I'd Rather Be With You', from the album Stretchin' Out in Bootsy's Rubber Band was featured in the movie Baby Boy.
Collins recorded music for the animated television series Loonatics Unleashed.
Collins co-wrote, with Lyle Workman and performed on several songs in the soundtrack to 2007‘S Superbad. He performed with a reunion of the original JBs rhythm section: Phelps Collins, Clyde Stubblefield and Jabo Starks, and supplemented by Bernie Worrell.
In 1971, his band House Guests (a precursor to Bootsy's Rubber Band) recorded two, two-part singles, 'What So Never The Dance' and 'My Mind Set Me Free'.
In 1977, he played on the album A Blow for Me, a Toot to You by Fred Wesley and the Horny Horns.
In 1978, he played on Bernie Worrell's album All the Woo in the World.
In 1978, he played on Parlet's album Pleasure Principle (album).
In 1979, he played on Parlet's album Invasion of the Booty Snatchers.
In 1979, he played on the album Say Blow by Blow Backwards by Fred Wesley and the Horny Horns.
In 1980, he played on Parlet's album Play Me or Trade Me.
In 1980, he played on Zapp (band)'s album Zapp (album).
In 1981, he produced and played on Godmoma's album Godmoma Here
In 1987, he produced Mico Wave's one-and-only album 'Cookin' From the Inside, Out!', from which 2 tracks ('Instant Replay' and 'Misunderstood') appeared on the compilation album '6 Degrees Of P-Funk (The Best Of George Clinton And His Funk Family)' under the artist 'George Clinton & The P-Funk All Stars'.
In 1988, Bootsy co-produced (alongside George Clinton) the album Lifestyles of the Roach and Famous by INCorporated Thang Band (a P-Funk spin-off).
In 1988, Collins played bass on 'Big Enough', the first song on Keith Richards' album Talk Is Cheap.
In 1990, he played guitar, bass, and contributed guest vocals on Deee-Lite's album World Clique, most notably on 'Groove Is in the Heart', which hit No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100.
In 1990, he appeared on a track on Maceo Parker's album Roots Revisited.
In 1990, he played on Bernie Worrell's album Funk of Ages.
In 1991, he contributed bass and backing vocals to the album The Third Power by Material (band)
In 1992, he produced Buckethead's first album Bucketheadland.
In 1993, he played bass and guitar on The Last Poets' album Holy Terror (album).
In 1993, he played on Bernie Worrell's album Blacktronic Science.
In 1994, he contributed to the Soup Dragons' last album, Hydroponic.
In 1994, he played on the album The Final Blow by Fred Wesley and the Horny Horns.
In 1995, he and other P-Funk members recorded the album Funkcronomicon under the name 'Axiom Funk'
In 1996, Collins collaborated on George Clinton's album T.A.P.O.A.F.O.M.
In 1996, he mixed an alternate take of the song 'Silver City Children' (known as the 'Hip-notic Boot-si-phonic Mix') from SHAG's album Silver City.
In 1999, Collins co-wrote 'DJ Droga' with Argentinian funk duo Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas
In 1999, he appeared on Buckethead's album Monsters and Robots.
In 2002, he appeared on the album 'The Exodus (album)' by Gospel Gangstaz.
In 2002, Collins provided vocals to the title track on Fatboy Slim's EP Illuminati. He read a poem at the end of FatBoy Slims's release in the Late Night Tales DJ mix series.
In 2004, Collins performed on the title track on TobyMac's album Welcome to Diverse City.
In 2004, he appeared on Nicole C. Mullen's album, Everyday People.
In 2002, Collins worked with the Lo Fidelity Allstars on their album Don't Be Afraid of Love. He has recorded with Praxis and with Buckethead on several occasions.
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In 2004, he appeared on Snoop Dogg's Rhythm & Gangsta album.
In 2004, Collins was featured on the album True Love by Toots and the Maytals.
In 2004, he performed a cover of 'Power of Soul' on the tribute album Power of Soul: A Tribute to Jimi Hendrix.
In 2009, Collins collaborated with Reflection Eternal, a duo made up of Talib Kweli and Hi-Tek, on the track 'Internet Connection'.
In 2013, Collins was featured on the album 'Defenders Of The Faith' by the band Gospel Gangstaz.
In 2017, Collins appears on 'Captain Hook', the last song on Vulfpeck's album Mr. Finish Line.
In 2018, Collins sang and played bass on 'After The Storm' by Kali Uchis.
In 2020, Collins appears on 'We Play the Funk' by Five Alarm Funk.