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Parliament Funkadelic - One Nation Under A Groove (2005)

Known to its legions of fans simply as P-Funk, Parliament Funkadelic has had a profound impact on the development of contemporary music, aesthetics and culture.

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“Make My Funk the P-Funk…” A Jerry Wells review of George Clinton’s autobiography, “Brothas Be, Yo, Like George, Ain’t That Funkin’ Kinda Hard On You?” (some title, huh?)

 

Book Review – Brothas Be “Yo, Like, George, Ain’t That Funkin’ Kinda Hard on You?”

by George Clinton

Funkateers, rejoice! It’s here, and I’ll say right at the top that it does not disappoint! 475 more words

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BAD BITCHES, POWER AND RESPECT: IF KASGO THE RULER WERE A CHEF...

KASGO THE RULER WEARS WOMEN FOR JEWELRY

The West Coast is a never-ending source of hip-hop sorcery and inspiration. So emerges the already-legendary KASGO THE RULER. 431 more words

Parliament - motor booty affair (picture disc)

This is a lesser known output by the fantastic P-funk group Parliament, led by the great George Clinton and accompanied by funk-madman Bootsy Collins. Lesser know does not mean lesser in quality; this record contains some really fine and groovy funktracks. 67 more words

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Anatomy of THE Groove 10/31/14 Rique's Pick : "Creepin" by George Duke

The late great George Duke was a master of the musical approach he termed “Funny Funk” in a 1974 song on his album “Feel.” He’s not alone in this category, sharing the ability with esteemed funkers such as Rufus Thomas, The Time, Joe Tex, Jimmy Castor, Junie Morrison and of course George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, and their Parlafunkadelicment Thang. 572 more words

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10. Heavy — Bars and Tone [one shot]

Track 10 from Aboard The Floating Palace of a Good Time Billionaire Volume 1, available for free stream and download here: http://barsandtone.bandcamp.com Fu…

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Andre's Amazon Archive for 10/25/2014: "Tha Funk Capital Of The World" By Bootsy Collins

If there was ever an example of a success in the funk music relm it would have to be Bootsy Collins. He was there during the infancy of the genre with James Brown and than onto George Clinton. 515 more words

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