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Maceo Parker

Maceo Parker

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Maceo Parker & All The Kings Men

Profile and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 18 February 1972

MACEO & All The King's Men, currently on the U.K. Singles chart with 'Got To Getcha' and 'Thank You', didn't come into existance until March ...

James Brown at the Crossroads

Comment by Cliff White, Black Music, March 1975

Is the Sex Machine slowing down? Can the Godfather Of Soul keep getting down now that he's over 40? Cliff White caught the man's recent ...

The P-Funk New Doo Crew… No Sweat, it's Bootsy's Banned Band!

Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 7 April 1981

Maceo Parker explains that the Sweat Band is virtually a continuation of the Rubber Band ...

Maceo Parker: Hot Cross Fun

Interview by Gavin Martin, New Musical Express, 30 May 1987

Years of sweating his butt off for The G.F.O.S. James Brown have told on Mr Maceo. And now that his own MACEO AND THE MACKS ...

Maceo, Blow Your Horn!

Interview by Gene Santoro, Pulse!, November 1990

James Brown's saxman of choice, Maceo Parker cuts two solo albums, one jazz, one P-Funk ...

Maceo Parker: Have Funk — Will Travel!

Interview by Roger St. Pierre, Blues & Soul, 17 November 1992

Home is where the funk is for Maceo Parker and his on-the-road partners. He lives in Carolina, is managed from California, records in New York ...

see also James Brown

see also Sweat Band, The


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