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Funkadelic - Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow

Fuzzy, garage punk funk from George Clinton, Bootsy and co.
Classic tune from the classic album of the same name.

1970.

Classic

P-Funk

P-Funk repertoire and performers associated with George Clinton and the Parliament-Funkadelic collective and the distinctive style of funk music they performed. The term is known as an abbreviation of Parliament-Funkadelic, psychedelic funk,(pure funk). 163 more words

Research

From Megalodon to P-Funk: A Pre-Eclipse Trip to the South Carolina State Museum

Woooooo!!!! #GreatAmericanEclipse2017!!!!!!!! Yeah!!!!!!

Last weekend, my family joined countless other families stuffed onto I-77 and trekked down to Columbia, SC to view the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21, in all it’s total splendor! 391 more words

History

Anatomy of THE Groove: "For The Funk Of It" by Andre L. Parker

Andre L. Paker embodies the spirit of the lesser nationally known funk/soul/R&B based artists. Though not even apparently a major name in his native Danbury, Connecticut, Parker has performed with numerous bands and recorded 75 albums. 398 more words

Rhythm Guitar

Parliament – One of Those Funky Things

P-Funk, Uncut Funk, The Bomb.
The best track from ‘The Motor Booty Affair’ album from 1978.

1978

The Crusaders Remembered: "Gimme Some Space" by Stix Hooper

Nesbert “Stix” Hooper is the last surviving member of the band who originally called themselves The Jazz Crusaders. The Houston native spent most of his youth studying music even before any of this occurred. 380 more words

Drums