Worrell began studying piano at the age of three and continued his education in classical music throughout his childhood and adolescence. He graduated from the New England Conservatory of Music. While in college, he began playing in local rhythm-and-blues bands, and he became acquainted with George Clinton , the founder and mastermind of Parliament-Funkadelic. Worrell released his first solo album, All the Woo in the World , in Bernie Worrell. Info Print Cite. Submit Feedback. Thank you for your feedback.
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Bernie Worrell first came to prominence as a founding member and musical director of Parliament-Funkadelic, radically charting the course of emerging keyboard technology during the golden age of synthesis. After departing Parliament-Funkadelic, Worrell resurfaced with the revamped Talking Heads lineup for several albums. In the years since he left Talking Heads, Worrell has been a phenomenally prolific studio musician, contributing to projects by the likes of Bill Laswell, Keith Richards, the Pretenders, and Deee-Lite. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, and countless others having acknowledged his timeless grooves by building their tunes around his signature riffs.
Legendary Parliament-Funkadelic keyboardist Bernie Worrell has died at age This pissed-off plea and year-zero invocation opens Funkadelic's second record — one of only two full-lengths featuring the group's ferocious core: Clinton, Worrell, guitarists Eddie Hazel and Tawl Ross, bassist Billy Nelson, and drummer Tiki Fulwood. Mythically recorded in one day when the entire band was supposedly tripping balls, it's an uneasy transmission, given eerie, stereo-panning shape and flow by Worrell's reverbed chemtrails. About seven minutes into the minute manifesto of howls and chants, he blasts off to another realm entirely, cranking his RMI Electra keyboard an electronic piano with settings that sound nothing like their indicated instruments — lute? Call it cosmic agit-slop. Wailing lead as well as arranging the ingenious backing vocals, Worrell pumped out a mammoth Hammond B-3 organ groove and a blistering jazz-tweaked solo like Booker T. Bernie Worrell arranged the music for this homage to Washington, D.
The keyboard player and composer Bernie Worrell , who has died aged 72, came to prominence in the s as a founding member of the musical collective Parliament-Funkadelic, of which he was musical director. In the 80s he was also a regular performer, live and on disc, with Talking Heads, and later collaborated with many other artists while recording a number of solo albums. A classically trained child prodigy, Worrell delighted in blending and cross-fertilising different musical styles. Same mode in an Indian raga, same mode in an Irish ditty. His work with Talking Heads helped them to evolve from a new wave guitar band into a far more ambitious unit exploring funk, electronica and African music. Worrell was born in Long Branch, New Jersey, and when he was eight his family moved to nearby Plainfield. By then he was already well on his way to a musical career. He had been born with perfect pitch, and had begun on the piano at the age of three, playing his first concert a year later. His musical education was closely supervised by his mother, who sang in a Baptist church choir and played the piano at local functions and fashion shows. His father was a truck driver who ran his own business.