Her brief marriage to Miles helped electrify the jazz scene and launch her career as a performer. Hit the road with the craziest stories from some of country music's greatest singers in this comedy series from Mike Judge. By the 1980's, the work ethic that propelled him to superstardom began to take its toll. Despite falling off the Billboard charts, the king of funk never lost the showmanship that made him a legend. A cornerstone figure in funk music, George Clinton went from singing a capella in a barbershop to chasing Motown glory in Detroit with his band, The Parliaments. Featuring animated interviews with former bandmates, friends and other erstwhile associates, who share uncensored anecdotes about these artists, brought to life with animated reenactments and woven together with live-action archival performance footage and photos. Programming subject to regional availability, blackouts, and device restrictions.
Chronicling the exploits of legendary music artists, this animated series returns with a focus on funk-music greats, including James Brown, George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, Rick James and others. Morris made a Faustian bargain with the future superstar, and the result was Morris Day and the Time. Info: The raucous adventures of musicians such as Johnny Paycheck, Jerry Lee Lewis, George Jones and Tammy Wynette, as told by those who knew them best. I had to get all caught up and the thing of it was that season one was all about country music, which is way, way down on my music preference list, but the episodes were riveting. In animated interviews, former bandmates, friends and other associates supply uncensored anecdotes about the exploits of the artists, and the tales are brought to life by animated re-enactments, live-action archival performance film and photos.
At the height of his fame, James Brown reigned supreme as the king of funk, the first voice and innovator of a brand new musical genre. I hope these tales run to more seasons than Soul Train. Stuart Executive Producer Production Glen Zipper Executive Producer Production Mark Monroe Co-Executive Producer Production Mike Judge Executive Producer Sound John Frizzell Original Music Composer. For personal and non-commercial use only. Season two is all about the evolution of funk, and it is as good as ever. Despite falling off the Billboard charts, the king of funk never lost the showmanship that made him a legend.
Compromised by his own bad decisions, Brown was eclipsed by a new generation of stars trying to follow in his footsteps. Pricing, channels, features, content, and compatible devices subject to change. Hilarious and offbeat, the series features wry narration from co-creator and executive producer Mike Judge and animated interviews with those who knew them best, each sharing uncensored anecdotes brought to life. Now I stay caught up every week. Compatible device and high-speed, broadband Internet connection required. Written by Mark Monroe and Mike Judge; directed by Mike Judge.
While the first season of the show spotlighted country musicians, the new season focuses on funk music greats, including George Clinton, Rick James, James Brown and Bootsy Collins. Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and Parliament-Funkadelic founder Clinton serves as consulting producer and provides original music for the series. Even a shot at a comeback, when M. Tales from the Tour Bus is back for another crazy ride. . A small town southern girl, Betty exploded onto the music scene in the early '70's after launching a career in New York as a fashion model and playing muse to Jazz legend Miles Davis. But it was when Bootsy met George Clinton that he created his larger-than-life persona and became the backbone of the P-Funk empire.
Hammer sampled his greatest hit, couldn't pull him back from the brink. Compromised by his own bad decisions, Brown was eclipsed by a new generation of stars trying to follow in his footsteps. Streaming content may count against your data usage. Between his womanizing ways, perfectionist attitude and daredevil style, he built an empire that went far beyond entertaining, often alienating musicians and business partners along the way. Will you check out season two? Very tentatively, I came one episode shy of the first season, but it was much better than I could have imagined.
Big up yourself Mike Judge. By the 1980's, the work ethic that propelled him to superstardom began to take its toll. Name Air Dates 1 Johnny Paycheck Sep 22, 2017 2 Jerry Lee Lewis Sep 29, 2017 3 George Jones and Tammy Wynette Part One Oct 6, 2017 4 George Jones and Tammy Wynette Part Two Oct 13, 2017 5 Billy Joe Shaver Oct 20, 2017 6 Waylon Jennings Part One Oct 27, 2017 7 Waylon Jennings Part Two Nov 3, 2017 8 Blaze Foley Nov 10, 2017. Behind the scenes, Brown was a taskmaster, feuding with rivals as well as members of his own band. Returning for season two are executive producers Glen Zipper and Sean Stuart, along with writer and co-executive producer Mark Monroe. Behind the scenes, Brown was a taskmaster, feuding with rivals as well as members of his own band.
The mystery and myth behind the Queen of Funk, an artist who should have been a superstar, Betty Davis. Written by Mark Monroe and Mike Judge; directed by Mike Judge. Good on so many levels. Written by Mark Monroe and Mike Judge; directed by Mike Judge. Years later, a reunion show at Prince's Minnesota mansion brought The Time back to the stage, allowing Morris and Prince to make peace before the latter's untimely death. . .
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