The Masters of Funk Play the Sub Phatty

Stevie Wonder, Bernie Worrell, Dr Lonnie Smith and Larry Dunn      12/02/13

The Moog booth always has pne or two major names gravitate to it. This year was no different - the introduction of the Sub Phatty synth (see our in-depth video) meant there were many waiting their turn to have a play.

Imagine, Stevie Wonder waiting inline to get a go..

Moog posted a video of several Masters of Funk and Jazz who came a long to tinkle the Sub.

We hear a dry line recording only, but still there's some serious skill at work.

In this video we have:

Larry Dunn - Earth Wind and Fire

Dr Lonnie Smith - Acid Jazz Master

and my favourite

Stevie Wonder - check his monosynth style, those slide and slurs are genius. I think I recognise "Boogie On Reggae Woman"

Bernie Worrell - Parliament Funkadelic and Talking Heads



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