Dean Ween, aka Mickey Melchiondo Jr., has been a long time fan of the Parliament-Funkadelic sound, and it’s no surprise that he was hit hard by the recent passing of keyboardist Bernie Worrell. Worrell had collaborated with Ween in the past, sitting in with the full band back in 2003 (watch here). Now, Dean Ween is honoring Worrell’s legacy in the most fitting way possible: through the music.The guitarist recruited P-Funk’s own Michael Hampton, as well as Bill Fowler and Glenn McClelland, to record a full tribute of Ween’s “favorite Bernie track,” a tune called “Liquid Sunshine.” Read Dean Ween’s comments below, and listen to this great song below.A tribute to the funkiest keyboard player to ever grace this planet, or anywhere in the known universe. I’m not even sure he was from this planet actually, a once in a lifetime master along the lines of Jimi, or Ravi Shankar.This was always my favorite Bernie track—the whole Motor Booty affair record actually. I consider it his P-Funk masterpiece, the whole damn album is the best P-Funk keyboard record to my ears. Rest in P Doctor Woo. Michael Hampton, Bill Fowler, Glenn McClelland and Deaner.
BiH national handball team will play their qualifying match against the selection of Belarus, on June 10th at the Arena in Zenica, as the result of an agreement of representatives of the Handball Association of B&H with Fedja Jovanović, the director of the Arena.“We have offered our conditions and considering that we have a long-term cooperation with the Handball Federation of B&H, we agreed quickly to the mutual satisfaction. National team will have entire capacity of the Arena available for the unrestricted use, because our goal is to qualify for the European Championship. Also, all handball fans are welcomed, and we know that this will be a great match for sure, since we already have interest from some fan groups”, said Jovanović for Fena.The city of Zenica will host handball match just two days before the football match between B&H and Israel.(Source: klix.ba/ photo rsg)
Dietmar Hamann has hailed the return of Daniel Sturridge to the Liverpool team, telling talkSPORT: ‘The guy is dynamite!’Injury-hit Sturridge made his first start under Jurgen Klopp against Aston Villa on Sunday and helped inspire a stunning 6-0 rout.Hamann is now hoping Sturridge stays fit for the remainder of the campaign, as he claims the England hitman’s presence brings out the best in his teammates.Speaking on the Colin Murray show, the former Anfield star said: “Liverpool have their problems, but they’ve got Sturridge back now and they looked very good on Sunday, although that was against a very poor Aston Villa side.“There’s a bit of a new dawn at the club at the moment. Everybody’s buzzing and there’s only a couple of weeks to the League Cup final.“Everyone is hoping for a good end to the season. Hopefully Sturridge stays fit, because it’s a completely different team when he plays.“The guy is dynamite and when he does play he makes a difference. Everyone else seems to play better.” Daniel Sturridge celebrates scoring for Liverpool 1