P-Funk legend Bernie Worrell’s Pieces of Woo: The Other Side gets first vinyl release





Hammond-drenched jazz, poetry and avant-noise from the original Parliament Funkadelic keyboardist and Talking Heads collaborator.

Bernie Worrell’s 1993 album Pieces Of Woo: The Other Side is being released on double vinyl this January, via Tidal Waves Music.

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The LP combines “modal strains of jazz, avant-noise, poetry readings, heavy funk overtones and Hammond organ-drenched experimental atmospheres give a lengthy and unique flavor to each song,” shares Tidal Waves.

Pieces Of Woo: The Other Side was Worrell’s fourth solo album, and features a band including Fred Wesley, Buckethead, Bill Laswell and Umar Bin Hassan.

Originally only available on CD, Pieces Of Woo: The Other Side’s first vinyl release is limited to 500 copies and includes a silk-screened A-side.

Pre-order a copy here ahead of its 11th January release, listen to ‘Moon Over Brixton’ and check out the track list below.


1. Witness for the Defence
2. Set the Tone / Victory
3. The Mark
4. Gladiator Skull
5. Moon Over Brixton
6. Judie’s Passion Purple
7. Fields of Play