Clyde Stubblefield

The Groove Masters

Clyde Austin Stubblefield (April 18, 1943 – February 18, 2017) was an American drummer best known for his work with James Brown. A self-taught musician, he was influenced by the sound of natural rhythms around him. His drum patterns on Brown's recordings are considered funk standards. He recorded and toured with Brown for six years and settled in Madison, Wisconsin, where he was a staple of the local music scene. Often uncredited, samples of his drum patterns were heavily used in hip hop music.
Cold Sweat - Clyde Stubblefield
Cold Sweat
Style: Funk
Drummer: Clyde Stubblefield
Artist: James Brown
Released date: 1967
Cold Sweat Break - Clyde Stubblefield
Cold Sweat Break
Style: Funk
Drummer: Clyde Stubblefield
Artist: James Brown
Released date: 1967
Funky Drummer - Clyde Stubblefield
Funky Drummer
Style: Funk
Drummer: Clyde Stubblefield
Artist: James Brown
Released date: 1970
Funky Drummer Break - Clyde Stubblefield
Funky Drummer Break
Style: Funk
Drummer: Clyde Stubblefield
Artist: James Brown
Released date: 1970
Give It Up or Turnit a Loose - Clyde Stubblefield
Give It Up or Turnit a Loose
Style: Funk
Drummer: Clyde Stubblefield
Artist: James Brown
Released date: 1970
I Got The Feeling - Clyde Stubblefield
I Got The Feeling
Style: Funk
Drummer: Clyde Stubblefield
Artist: James Brown
Released date: 1968
Mother Popcorn - Clyde Stubblefield
Mother Popcorn
Style: Funk
Drummer: Clyde Stubblefield
Artist: James Brown
Released date: 1969