With the release of the semi-autobiographically titled The One Giveth, the Count Taketh Away, William ''Bootsy'' Collins once again came armed with a cache of longtime associates, the P-Funk/Rubber Band collective including Fred Wesley, Maceo Parker, Phelps Collins, and Godmoma. An added surprise to the assembled ensemble are synth-funksters Midnight Star.
It's also the first album produced solely by Bootsy Collins, with the exception of the track ''Shine-O-Myte (Rag Popping)'' which was produced (as well as written) in collaboration with George Clinton.
The One Giveth, the Count Taketh Away is available as a limited edition of 1,000 individually numbered copies on gold colored vinyl.
- 180g Audiophile Vinyl
- Includes Members of the P-Funk/Rubber Band Collective
- Produced by Bootsy Collins
- "Shine-O-Myte (Rag Popping)" Written & Produced with George Clinton
- Made in the Netherlands
- Limited Edition of 1,000 Individually Numbered Copies on Gold Vinyl
- Shine-O-Myte (Rag Popping)
- Landshark (Just When You Thought It Was Safe)
- Countacula (This One's for You)
- #1 Funkateer
- Excon (Of Love)
The 1 Two Side:
- So Nice You Name Him Twice
- What's W-R-O-N-G Radio
- Music to Smile By
- Play on Playboy
- Take a Lickin' and Keep on Kickin'
- The Funky Funktioneer