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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


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


George Clinton tells us "What is Power?"

What is power?
Power is originality
Power is individuality
Power is the ability to motivate
Power is the ability to communicate
Power is a spaceship… 33 more words

*Show Closer*

– P/R – Parliament – 1978 – Taken from “Motor Booty Affair” album…Casablanca 1978

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Andre's Amazon Archive for 9/20/2014: 'Apocalypse' by Thundercat

It has never ceased to delight me that since 2010 there has been a consistently high level of innovation happening within music. For one thing,indie developments of the past fifteen years aren’t so indie anymore. 583 more words


Parliament-Funkadelic ~ The Mothership Connection (1976)

Parliament-Funkadelic ~ The Mothership Connection (1976)

Cosmic Slop
Do that Stuff
Gammin’ on Ya
Standing on the Verge
Undisco Kid
Children of Production
Mothership Connection… 52 more words