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The Motor City experience: Don’t just go see a show at the Soundboard. Do the whole thing…


Let me tell you, this was the way to experience The Funk. And this is coming from someone who has been a fan of George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic for more than 40 years. 754 more words


Anatomy of THE Groove: "Bop Gun (One Nation) by Ice Cube & George Clinton

O’Shea Jackson Sr, better known as Ice Cube, had hip-hop on his mind ever since he was a teenager growing up in South Central LA. After seeing the movie  379 more words


#93 The Mothership Connection - Parliament

Track Listing:-

  1. P. Funk (Wants To Get Funked Up)
  2. Mothership Connection (Star Child)
  3. Unfunky UFO
  4. Supergroovalisticprosifunkstication
  5. Handcuffs
  6. Give up the Funk (Tear the Roof off the Sucker)
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Anatomy of THE Groove: "What About It?" by Eddie Hazel

Eddie Hazel was a true pioneer of funk guitar. His approach is so pervasive since his death in 1992,his artistry and essence have never exactly passed away with him. 379 more words


About free gifts - Part 1: The best things in life are (sometimes) free

As Luther Vandross and Janet Jackson almost sang in 1992, the best things in life are sometimes free. In a two-part guide, I’ll go through the best and worst free gifts – beginning with the best. 407 more words


George Clinton: Eating Pets and Selling Dreads

The legendary George Clinton of Parliament Funkadelic chatted with me about everything from what happened to his dreads to his pet pig’s tragic death. I was born in the 90’s but thanks to my parents I was able to sing along and keep it funky withe the Rock and Roll hall of famer. 9 more words

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Walter "Junie" Morrison 1954-2017: We May Just Have You Covered More Then Bread Alone

Walter “Junie” Morrison,who passed away yesterday at the age of 62,is a reminder to me of something me and friend Henrique Hopkins often discuss. With American pop’s music nonstop focus on vocalists,the musicians who helped create sounds we love to dance, listen and sing to often get neglected. 827 more words