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George Clinton - U Ain't Runnin Shit (Grant Phabao Skank)

George Clinton U Aint Runnin Shit Grant Phabao Skank

Reggae meets Funk! Our first single is an unreleased remix of George Clinton's "U Ain't Runnin Shit" from his latest album "How Late Do U Have 2b B4 Ur Absent", carefully skanked by Grant Phabao into a sunshine piece of psycadelicreggaesoulthang. The track has been fully approved by the Dr. Funkenstein himself who visited us while in Paris for a supa-show at Le Zenith, along with Steel Pulse & The Gladiators!

George Clinton U Aint Runnin Shit Grant Phabao Skank
best of 2006George Clinton - U Ain't Runnin Shit (Grant Phabao Skank)
(12" virtual release/MP3 Podcast on, 2006-07-18

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Direct MP3 Download :
George Clinton - U Ain't Runnin Shit (Grant Phabao Skank).mp3

Info :
Original version available on the album "How Late Do U Have 2b B4 Ur Absent"
Official George Clinton website :
Official Grant Phabao website :

Credits :
(G. Clinton, Que Bo Gold, Kool Ace, Jazze Pha, Little Blunt)
Tick Free Music/Copyright Control
Producer : G. Clinton
Vocals: G. Clinton, Que Bo Gold, Kool Ace, Jazze Pha, Little Blunt
Instruments: Blackbyrd McKnight (guitar)
All other additional instruments : Grant Phabao

Remixed by Grant Phabao (T.I.M.E.C.)
Artwork by Djouls


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Paul Gamblin Paul Gamblin ·  19 July 2006, 08:16

Thanks for sending this - love the rhythm behind it - The vocals sound STRONG!! will play on radio!
You know, the track would stand out on it's own as a dub instrumental - really good upbeat tune.
very wicked tune and def playlisted.

funkamatic funkamatic ·  24 July 2006, 11:20

eh ben celui la j'arrive pas à le podcaster :
Dans mon juice, il apparait pas.
Rupture de stock ?

djouls djouls ·  25 July 2006, 13:15

C'est un deuxieme podcast complementaire au premier. Donc faut recommencer le collier/coller du lien xml, avec le nouveau lien (un "2" en plus en fait) :

Cheeba Cheeba ·  28 July 2006, 14:36

The george clinton remix is tight. Congrats on getting that one. Tell phabao we're digging it.

Alan Gubby Alan Gubby ·  02 August 2006, 08:05

its cool - uplifting dub funk!

cyprien rose cyprien rose ·  08 August 2006, 13:04

mortel !
Merci bien ;)

Shining Shining ·  11 August 2006, 20:58

groovy from sunrise 2 sunset PLAY IT LOUD

Phat-T Phat-T ·  13 August 2006, 12:20

wow awsome remix of this great track, just as good as the original.
hoping to hear more of this dub-funk stuff

greeny greeny ·  15 August 2006, 14:07

Supa cool, is this the new record ?

What's up Monte ?

Aaron (Bastard Jazz) Aaron (Bastard Jazz) ·  16 August 2006, 08:58

it's great - Grant Phabao's an incredibly talented producer.

Pascal Rioux (Rotax/Favorite) Pascal Rioux (Rotax/Favorite) ·  18 August 2006, 09:47

Another gem from the french dub master.
Massive production !!

Betino's Betino's ·  18 August 2006, 09:49

Inédit! C'est la première fois que George Clinton fait du reggae.

Jazzamar (Nutropic) Jazzamar (Nutropic) ·  18 August 2006, 09:51

Superbe morceau de fin de soirée : ça cloue tout le monde!!

Talib B Talib B ·  04 September 2006, 17:17

This is some good S#@! I'll be telling everyone about this. How do I get this to play at my spot?

Paris DJs Paris DJs ·  06 September 2006, 05:12

What's your spot?

hazy maizy hazy maizy ·  15 September 2006, 15:11

O please o please o please I would do ANY thing to have this on vinyl......What a true gem/joy off a track.......blessed!!!!!!xx

daphreephunkateer daphreephunkateer ·  21 November 2006, 08:12

Georges Klingston ?

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