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Musician Bootsy Collins and author Linday Gray Sexton, on this archive edition of Fresh Air. Bootsy Collins got his start with James Brown, where he "defined the finger-popping funk bass style" (Rolling Stone). He went on to work with George Clinton as part of the Parliment-Funkadelic tribe, before forming Bootsy's Rubber Band. On stage, he created alter egos, including Bootzilla, Boot-Tron, and King of the Geepies. He's put out more than 30 albums, and this interview was just after he released Blasters of the Universe with a new band. Linda Gray Sexton has just written Searching for Mercy Street: My Journey Back to My Mother, Anne Sexton, her seventh book. She spent a long time coming to terms with her relationship with her mother, who committed suicide in 1974. (Original Broadcast Date: October 10, 1994)

GENRE
News
NARRATOR
TG
Terry Gross
LENGTH
00:41
hr min
RELEASED
2001
March 16
PUBLISHER
WHYY-FM
PRESENTED BY
Audible.com
LANGUAGE
EN
English
SIZE
9.8
Mb

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