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Live Review: George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic @ Mercury Ballroom, Louisville KY (5/7)

Plenty of shows I’ve been to in the past have garnered different titles.

“It had the Most Insane Crowd.” “He put the most into it, probably the Best Performer I’ve seen.” “They were the Most Memorable.” 339 more words

Kentucky

Zapp - More Bounce To The Ounce (Warner Bros.)

Mostly remembered for their consistent contribution as Zapp, Larry, Roger and Lester Troutman were the nucleus of the band whch also featured Bobby Glover… 145 more words

Classics

General Election - Vote P-Funk

I hear there’s an election coming up and I understand that many people don’t know how or whether to vote. It seems that the issues of trust and authenticity sit beneath this dilemma for many people. 565 more words

Academy Of Rock

Tom Tom Club - Genius of Love (1981)

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It’s 1981 and a case of eeny meeny miny moe: will it be Bernard Wright’s ‘Haboglabotribin’ or Tom Tom Club’s ‘Genius Of Love’? 50 more words

Alternative

Dreams, intuition, synchronicity and friends in high places.

I had a dream last month that George Clinton of Funkadelic told me he’d teach me to sing. Thereby improving my interplanetary funksmanship. I though this was pretty funny when I woke up so I put it on Facebook. 125 more words

London

Swindle @ Start The Bus, 11 April

Stepping into Start the Bus, it feels as though the crowd is doing its best to emulate East London, rather than the West Country. Nonetheless, as I tiptoe past the throngs of immaculately-coiffured students, I notice Bristolian drum n bass don Ron Size sitting casually by the bar, an endorsement of the band to come if ever there was one. 271 more words

Live Music Reviews

Don Blackman - Yabba Dabba Doo (GRP)

The opening cut to his eponymous debut-album released back in 1982. On a distinctive P-Funk-influenced tip, which doesn’t come as a surprise from a keyboardist who’d worked along with… 31 more words

Classics