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Playlist of Funkadelic

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  • Funkadelic - Maggot Brain HQ

    10:24

    Eddie Hazel: Guitar God

  • Ice Cube - That New Funkadelic

    3:58

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    Music video by Ice Cube performing That New Funkadelic. © 2018 Lench Mob Records/Interscope Records

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  • Funkadelic - Maggot Brain

    37:14

    Funkadelic - Maggot Brain (1971)

    01 Maggot Brain (00:00)
    02 Can You Get to That (10:20)
    03 Hit It and Quit It (13:11)
    04 You and Your Folks, Me and My Folks (17:02)
    05 Super Stupid (20:42)
    06 Back in Our Minds (24:43)
    07 Wars of Armageddon (27:24)

  • Funkadelic- Knee Deep

    5:10

    ytes

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  • One Nation Under A Groove - Funkadelic

    7:24

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  • Parliament Funkadelic - The Mothership Connection

    1:22:07

    Parliament Funkadelic - The Mothership Connection (Live in Houston, TX, 1976)
    It was Halloween night and Parliament Funkadelic was about to tear the roof off the Houston Summit, ready to bless the crowd with their cosmic brew of interplanetary funk. George Clinton, Bernie Worrell, Bootsy Collins and the rest of the P-Funk collective were riding the success of their first Top 5 R&B hit, Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker), a track that had earned them the kind of radio play that would bring the masses out to see them live in a stadium-sized arena. The group was only five dates into the tour when they arrived in Houston, but they were definitely ready to take it to the stage for an out-of-this-world show like no other. Taped on October 31, 1976, these seldom-seen performances at the Houston Summit represent Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic in their '70s prime, in the era of their Mothership Connection and The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein LPs-a rare opportunity for everyone to get their proper dose of The P-Funk.

    ///////////// Setlist (by duncan) //////////////
    0:00:25 - 0:02:03 : Prelude
    0:03:31 - 0:10:57 : Cosmic Slop
    0:10:59 - 0:14:33 : Dr Funkenstein's Supergroovalisticprosifunkstication Medley
    0:14:33 - 0:18:15 : Do That Stuff
    0:18:19 - 0:21:36 : Gamin' On Ya
    0:21:37 - 0:26:32 : Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On
    0:26:31 - 0:34:27 : Undisco Kidd (The Girl Is Bad)/Pussy
    0:34:27 - 0:37:24 : Children Of Production
    0:37:24 - 0:46:29 : Mothership Connection (Star Child)/Swing Down Sweet Chariot
    0:47:14 - 0:52:19 : Dr Funkenstein
    0:52:19 - 0:55:46 : Comin' Round The Mountain
    0:55:55 - 1:00:56 : P Funk (Wants To Get Funked Up)
    1:01:42 - 1:16:28 : Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker)/Night Of The Thumpasorus Peoples
    1:17:31 - 1:21:29 : Funkin' For Fun

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  • Maggot Brain

    10:22

    Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves

    Maggot Brain · Funkadelic

    Maggot Brain

    ℗ 2005 Westbound Records Inc.

    Released on: 2005-12-27

    Writer, Composer: Funkadelic

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Tales of a Kidd Funkadelic

    12:54

    Provided to YouTube by Alpha Pup Records

    Tales of a Kidd Funkadelic · Funkadelic

    Tales of Kidd Funkadelic

    ℗ 2005 Westbound Records Inc.

    Released on: 2005-12-27

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Super Stupid

    4:02

    Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves

    Super Stupid · Funkadelic

    Maggot Brain

    ℗ 2005 Westbound Records Inc.

    Released on: 2005-12-27

    Writer, Composer: Funkadelic

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Free Your Mind and Your Ass Will Follow

    10:08

    Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves

    Free Your Mind and Your Ass Will Follow · Funkadelic

    Free Your Mind...

    ℗ 2005 Westbound Records Inc.

    Released on: 2005-12-27

    Writer, Composer: Funkadelic

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Funkadelic-Funkadelic

    46:49

    entra, condividi, iscriviti...
    join, chare, signed

  • Funkadelic -

    15:30

    Slayd5000 presents... Funkadelic - (Not Just) Knee Deep **By Special Request**
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    More to come.

  • Funkadelic - Cosmic Slop | Music Video

    3:26

    George Clinton on LSD. Central Park in the 1970s. A Can of film. That was that was needed to make history.

    Big ups to Doctorc380 for the original post.

  • Parliament-Funkadelic - Full Concert - 11/06/78 - Capitol Theatre

    2:58:10

    Parliament-Funkadelic - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 11/6/1978 - Capitol Theatre (Passaic, NJ)

    More Parliament-Funkadelic at Music Vault:
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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - James Wesley Jackson's opening monologue & band intros
    0:06:58 - Uncle Jam
    0:12:03 - Cholly (Funk Gettin' Ready To Roll) / I Got A Thing, You Got A Thing, Everybody's Got A Thing
    0:33:27 - Cosmic Slop
    0:41:06 - Give Up The Funk / Night Of The Thumpasorus Peoples
    1:00:24 - Red Hot Mama
    1:10:04 - Into You
    1:17:14 - Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On / Tyrone Lampkin drum solo / Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On (reprise)
    1:34:19 - Maggot Brain
    1:47:04 - One Nation Under A Groove
    2:12:54 - Mothership Connection / Swing Down, Sweet Chariot
    2:33:02 - Flash Light
    3:01:24 - One Nation Under A Groove (Reprise)

    Personnel:
    George Clinton - vocals
    Michael Hampton - guitar
    Garry Shider - guitar, vocals
    Cordell Boogie Mosson Jr. - bass
    William Billy Bass Nelson Jr. - bass
    Bernie Worrell - keyboards
    Walter Junie Morrison - keyboards
    Tyrone Lampkin - drums
    James Wesley Jackson - vocals
    Grady Thomas - vocals
    Calvin Thang Simon - vocals
    Dawn Silva - vocals
    Lynn Mabry - vocals

  • Funkadelic - One Nation Under The Groove

    58:09

    Band: Funkadelic
    Year: 1978
    Tracklist:
    1.- One Nation Under a Groove
    2.- Groovallegiance
    3.- Who Says a Funk Band Can't Play Rock!
    4.- Promentalshitbackwashpsychosis Enema Squad (The Doo Doo Chasers)
    5.- Into You
    6.- Cholly (Funk Getting Ready To Roll!)
    7.- Lunchmeataphobia (Think! It Ain't Illegal Yet!)
    8.- P.E. Squad/Doo Doo Chasers
    9.- Maggot Brain
    No Copyright infringement intended

  • Funkadelic - Aint That Funkin Kinda Hard on You? ft. Kendrick Lamar, Ice Cube

    6:25

    Get the single, Ain't That Funkin' Kinda Hard on You? (We Ain't Neva Gonna Stop Remix). Out Now!
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    Directed by Video God
    Vietnam Vanguard Entertainment

    Official music video by Funkadelic ft. Kendrick Lamar & Ice Cube performing Ain't That Funkin' Kinda Hard on You? (We Ain't Neva Gonna Stop Remix). 2016 Alliance / C Kunspyruhzy



    #Funkadelic #AintThatFunkinKindaHardOnYou #Vevo #GeorgeClinton

  • The Parliaments Funkadelic LIVE with Eddie Hazel 1969

    13:14

    extatik moment for George Clinton & great session of the band
    for cultural purpose only
    careful genius at work

  • Funkadelic - Cosmic Slop

    3:56

    Music video by Funkadelic. Filmed on the streets of New York City in 1973. Sound for this video has been enhanced.

  • Funkadelic - Good Thoughts, Bad Thoughts

    12:18

    Full version

  • Funkadelic - Can You Get To That

    2:52

    For HIGH QUALITY & STEREO:

    Song: Can You Get To That
    Artist: Funkadelic
    Album: Maggot Brain
    Year: 1971
    Label: Westbound

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  • Prince Inducts Parliament-Funkadelic into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

    14:28

    Prince inducts Parliament-Funkadelic into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and members of the band, including George Clinton and Bootsy Collins, at the 1997 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.

  • Funkadelic - Cosmic Slop - 05 - Cosmic Slop

    5:19

    Aaaaaaaaaah hear my mother call
    Aaaaaaaaaah hear my mother call

    I was one of five born to my mother
    an older sister and three young brothers
    we seen it hard
    we seen it kinda rough
    But always with a smile
    she was sure to try to hide
    the fact from us that life was really tough
    I can hear my mother call
    I can hear my mother call
    And at night I hear her call
    all the night I hear her call
    Father, Father it's for the kids
    any and everything I did.
    Please please don't judge me too strong.
    Lord knows I meant no wrong...
    Lord knows I meant no wrong.

    Then the devil sang:
    Would you like to dance with me?
    We're doing the cosmic slop.
    Would you like to dance with me?
    We're doing the cosmic slop.
    Would you like to dance with me?
    We're doing the cosmic slop.

    She was well known through the ghettos
    Tricks would come and then they go
    The neighbors would talk and call her Jezebel
    but always with a smile
    she was sure to try to hide
    the fact from us that she was catching hell
    Hey

    Hear my mother call
    I can hear my mother call
    Late at night I hear her call
    to the lord I hear her call
    she says Father, Father it's for the kids
    any and everything I did.
    Please please don't judge me too strong.
    Lord knows I meant no wrong...
    Lord

    oh oooooh oh hear my mother call
    oh oooooh oh hear my mother call
    she said Father, Father it's for the kids
    any and everything I did.
    Please don't judge me too strong
    Hear my mother call
    Hear my mother call
    Hear my mother call
    I can hear my mother call
    Hey
    I can hear my mother call
    I can hear my mother call
    Hey
    oh yeah alright yeah I hear her man
    hey hey hey hey heeeey
    Hear my mother call
    I can hear my mother
    mother
    mother
    mother
    hear my mother call
    I can hear my mother call
    I can hear my mother call
    Late at night
    late at night
    I hear her
    call on the Lord
    Mother
    I can hear my mother call
    Hear that brother calling me
    Ah hey
    Mother mama mama mother
    I hear my mother
    hear my mother call
    hear my mother call
    hear my mother call
    I can hear my mother call
    I hear my mother call
    yeah

  • Parliament-Funkadelic - Red Hot Mama - 11/6/1978 - Capitol Theatre

    9:40

    Parliament-Funkadelic - Red Hot Mama
    Recorded Live: 11/6/1978 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ
    More Parliament-Funkadelic at Music Vault:
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    Personnel:
    George Clinton - vocals
    Michael Hampton - guitar
    Garry Shider - guitar, vocals
    Cordell Boogie Mosson Jr. - bass
    William Billy Bass Nelson Jr. - bass
    Bernie Worrell - keyboards
    Walter Junie Morrison - keyboards
    Tyrone Lampkin - drums
    James Wesley Jackson - vocals
    Grady Thomas - vocals
    Calvin Thang Simon - vocals
    Dawn Silva - vocals
    Lynn Mabry - vocals

  • Parliament Funkadelic - Knee Deep

    18:55


    Starland Ballroom Sayerville.NJ

  • Free Your Mind...And Your Ass Will Follow 1970 - Funkadelic

    31:20

    1.Free you mind and your ass will follow
    2.Friday night, august 14th
    3.Funky dollar bill
    4.I wanna know if it's good to you
    5.Some more
    6.Eulogy and light

  • Funkadelic - Hit It And Quit It

    3:52

    For HIGH QUALITY & STEREO:

    Song: Hit It And Quit It
    Artist: Funkadelic
    Album: Maggot Brain
    Year: 1971
    Label: Westbound

  • Funkadelic - Freak of the Week

    5:34

    The 1st track of Funkadelic's 1979 album Uncle Jam Wants You

  • Funkadelic - Good To Your Earhole

    4:42

    Funkadelic's funk-rock classic from 1975, featuring a blistering guitar solo from Eddie Hazel, and some inspired keyboard work from Bernie Worrell.

  • Funkadelic - Cosmic Slop 1973

    36:05

    Line-up / Musicians

    George Clinton - vocals
    Bernie Worrell - keyboards, melodica, strings
    Garry Shider - lead guitar, rhythm guitar,vocals
    Ron Bykowski - lead guitar, rhythm guitar
    Cordell Mosson - bass
    Tyrone Lampkin - drums, percussion
    Mallia Franklin & Debbie Wright - vocals

    Tracks Listing

    01.Nappy Dugout
    02.You Can't Miss What You Can't Measure
    03.March To The Witch's Castle
    04.Let's Make It Last
    05.Cosmic Slop
    06.No Compute
    07.This Broken Heart
    08.Trash-A-Go-Go
    09.Can't Stand The Strain

  • Funkadelic - Tales Of Kidd Funkadelic

    12:51

    Artist : Funkadelic
    Title : Tales Of Kidd Funkadelic
    Album : Tales Of Kidd Funkadelic
    Year : 1976
    Label : Westbound Records

    familybeats.org

  • Soul Train May 23, 1981 HQ

    43:50



    01. Opening credits
    02. Dancers, record: You're Lying (Linx) @1:43
    03. Dancers, record: Superlove (Skyy) @4:22
    04. Funkadelic (Fuzzy Haskins, Calvin Simon and Grady Thomas) - Connections and Disconnections and interview @7:12
    05. Soul Train Scramble Board Paradise (by Change) @12:37
    06. Soul Train History Book (vintage clip): Joe Tex - I Gotcha (From Soul Train #20, 12-Feb-1972) @15:10
    07. Midpoint song: Make That Move (Shalamar) @17:14
    08. Betty Wright - What Are You Going To Do with It? @22:30
    09. Dancers, record: Take It To The Top (Kool & The Gang) @27:41
    10. Funkadelic (Fuzzy Haskins, Calvin Simon and Grady Thomas) - Who's A Funkadelic? @30:35
    11. Soul Train Line: Give It to Me Baby (Rick James) @34:02
    12. Betty Wright - I Like Your Loving @37:56
    13. Don Cornelius closing comments & Soul Train closing credits @40:57

  • Funkadelic - Lets Take It to the Stage 1975

    37:17

    @

    I do not own the copyright to this recording so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it.
    If you like this album please buy it for the full experience.

    Line-up / Musicians

    Maggot Overlord George Clinton - leader, producer
    Alumni Funkadelic (performer):
    Bootsy Collins (William Earl Collins) - bass, vocals
    Billy Bass (William Nelson) - bass, guitar, vocals
    Eddie Hazel (aka Grace Cook) (Edward Earl Hazel) - guitar, vocals
    Ron Bykowski - guitar, vocals

    Parliament:
    C. Boogie Mosson (Cardell Mosson) - bass, vocals
    Cool Cal Simon (Calvin Simon) - congas, vocals
    Gary Dowop Shider (Garry Marshall Shider) - guitar, vocals
    Mike Hammond (Michael Hampton) - guitar
    Bad Bosco Bernie Worrell (George Bernard Worrell, Jr.) - keyboards, vocals
    R. Tiki Fulwood (Ramon Fulwood) - percussion
    Sting-Ray Davis (Raymond Davis) - bass vocals
    Shady Grady Thomas (Grady Thomas) - genie vocals
    Clarence Fuzzy Haskins (Clarence Eugene Haskins) - werewolf vocals

    Guest Funkadelic:

    Paul Warren
    Reggie McBride
    Frosty
    Mello Garcia
    Honeys
    Denise Hurd
    Delores whats-her-name
    Gary Cooper

    Tracks Listing

    01. Good To Your Earhole
    02. Better By The Pound
    03. Be My Beach
    04. No Head No Backstage Pass
    05. Let's Take It To The Stage
    06. Get Off Your Ass And Jam
    07. Baby I Owe You Something Good
    08. Stuffs & Things
    09. The Song Is Familiar
    10. Atmosphere

  • Parliament Funkadelic - One Nation Under A Groove

    53:32

    One Nation Under A Groove - P-Funk Documentary 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. PARLIAMENT FUNKADELIC: One Nation Under a Groove chronicles the unique alchemy of the musical influences that fed into the band`s singular approach to music, documenting P-Funk`s continuing influence on today`s artists and musicians and featuring an in-depth look at the musical and entrepreneurial mastermind of its leader George Clinton.

    To create a film that reflected the distinctive nature of P-Funk, filmmaker Yvonne Smith used animations both cell- and computer-generated to create the special sequences and virtual environments that reflect the P-Funk aesthetic. Inspired by a P-Funk lyric, she created the Afronaut,a cartoon character from outer space who serves as the film`s host and narrator. The Afronaut`s voice is provided by hip-hop comic and actor Eddie Griffin, who co-starred in the popular series Malcolm and Eddie and feature films including Undercover Brother, Herbie: Fully Loaded, and Deuce Bigelow: Male Gigolo
    and its sequel Deuce Bigelow: European Gigolo. In PARLIAMENT FUNKADELIC, the Afronaut descends to earth from a new millennium version of the Mothership, created by computer graphics artist Paul Collins. The Afronaut was brought to life in cell animation from the drawings of Kevin Lofton, a former animation artist on Beavis and Butthead.

    In PARLIAMENT FUNKADELIC, interviews with the original Parliaments the late Ray Davis, Calvin Simon, Grady Thomas and Clarence Fuzzy Haskins take place in a virtual barber shop, reminiscent of the group`s early years doing hair and singing in a New Jersey hair salon run by George Clinton. The barbershop and the various environments in which George Clinton appears, were created in digital animation. In addition to the Parliaments, the film also features original interviews with George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, Bernie Worrell, Garry Shider, Dawn Silva, one of the Brides of Funkenstein and other key P-Funk band members and staff. Other musicians interviewed include Rick James, Ice Cube, Flea and Anthony Kiedis of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, De La Soul, Shock G (also known as Humpty Hump of the Digital Underground) and Nona Hendryx of LaBelle. Reginald Hudlin, director of House Party and Boomerang, president of entertainment for BET and a P-Funk fanatic, also appears, as does funk historian and author Rickey Vincent.

  • Funkadelic - Red Hot Mama

    4:58


    Funkadelic - Red Hot Mama - Standing on the Verge of Getting it On - uploaded via

  • Parliament Funkadelic - Cosmic Slop - Mothership Connection - Houston 1976

    7:28



    It was Halloween night and Parliament Funkadelic was about to tear the roof off the
    Houston Summit, ready to bless the crowd with their cosmic brew of interplanetary
    funk. George Clinton, Bernie Worrell, Bootsy Collins and the rest of the P-Funk
    collective were riding the success of their first Top 5 R&B hit, Give Up The Funk (Tear
    The Roof Off The Sucker), a track that had earned them the kind of radio play that
    would bring the masses out to see them live in a stadium-sized arena. The group was
    only five dates into the tour when they arrived in Houston, but they were definitely
    ready to take it to the stage for an out-of-this-world show like no other.

    Taped on October 31, 1976, these seldom-seen performances at the Houston Summit
    represent Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic in their ʼ70s prime, in the era of their
    Mothership Connection and The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein LPs—a rare opportunity
    for everyone to get their proper dose of The P-Funk.

  • george clinton- we got the funk

    5:44

  • Funkadelic - Super Stupid

    4:02

    For HIGH QUALITY & STEREO:

    Song: Super Stupid
    Artist: Funkadelic
    Album: Maggot Brain
    Year: 1971
    Label: Westbound

  • Funkadelic - Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On - 05 - Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On

    5:10

  • Funkadelic - Rockpalast 85

    1:36:33


  • Funkadelic - Pussy

    5:15

    Album: America Eats Its Young (1972)
    4 Men With Beards ‎– 4M179
    vinyl rip

  • Funkadelic I Bet You

    7:24

    Sayerville NJ

  • Funkadelic - You Scared the Lovin Outta Me

    6:23

    From the album HardCore Jollies

    You scared me, baby (yeah)
    You scared the love right out of me

    I thought I knew all there is to do
    I stuck out my chest and dove into a love
    With ego in charge, I charged into what seemed
    To be the quickest way into manhood
    You scared me, baby
    You scared the love right outta me

    Oh, ha, ha, ha, ha, whoa
    Eat this for me and from a tiny tree
    She plucked a fruit and placed it on her navel
    I was no freak, but I was gettin' weak
    I took the quickest way into her womanhood
    You scared me, baby (yeah)
    You scared the love right outta me

    Eat this for me and from a tiny tree
    She plucked a fruit and placed it on her navel
    I was no freak, but I was gettin' weak
    I took the quickest way into her womanhood
    You scared me, baby (yeah)
    You scared the love right outta me

  • Funkadelic‎-- Knee Deep Full Length Extended Version

    15:20

  • George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic - Give Up The Funk - Later... with Jools Holland - BBC Two

    4:03

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  • Parliament Funkadelic - Swing Down Sweet Chariot - Mothership Connection - Houston 1976

    5:39



    It was Halloween night and Parliament Funkadelic was about to tear the roof off the
    Houston Summit, ready to bless the crowd with their cosmic brew of interplanetary
    funk. George Clinton, Bernie Worrell, Bootsy Collins and the rest of the P-Funk
    collective were riding the success of their first Top 5 R&B hit, Give Up The Funk (Tear
    The Roof Off The Sucker), a track that had earned them the kind of radio play that
    would bring the masses out to see them live in a stadium-sized arena. The group was
    only five dates into the tour when they arrived in Houston, but they were definitely
    ready to take it to the stage for an out-of-this-world show like no other.

    Taped on October 31, 1976, these seldom-seen performances at the Houston Summit
    represent Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic in their ʼ70s prime, in the era of their
    Mothership Connection and The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein LPs—a rare opportunity
    for everyone to get their proper dose of The P-Funk.

  • Parliament-Funkadelic - Flash Light - 11/6/1978 - Capitol Theatre

    28:23

    Parliament-Funkadelic - Flash Light
    Recorded Live: 11/6/1978 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ
    More Parliament-Funkadelic at Music Vault:
    Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube:

    Personnel:
    George Clinton - vocals
    Michael Hampton - guitar
    Garry Shider - guitar, vocals
    Cordell Boogie Mosson Jr. - bass
    William Billy Bass Nelson Jr. - bass
    Bernie Worrell - keyboards
    Walter Junie Morrison - keyboards
    Tyrone Lampkin - drums
    James Wesley Jackson - vocals
    Grady Thomas - vocals
    Calvin Thang Simon - vocals
    Dawn Silva - vocals
    Lynn Mabry - vocals

  • Parliament Funkadelic - Standing On the Verge of Gettin It On - Houston 1976

    4:56



    It was Halloween night and Parliament Funkadelic was about to tear the roof off the
    Houston Summit, ready to bless the crowd with their cosmic brew of interplanetary
    funk. George Clinton, Bernie Worrell, Bootsy Collins and the rest of the P-Funk
    collective were riding the success of their first Top 5 R&B hit, Give Up The Funk (Tear
    The Roof Off The Sucker), a track that had earned them the kind of radio play that
    would bring the masses out to see them live in a stadium-sized arena. The group was
    only five dates into the tour when they arrived in Houston, but they were definitely
    ready to take it to the stage for an out-of-this-world show like no other.

    Taped on October 31, 1976, these seldom-seen performances at the Houston Summit
    represent Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic in their ʼ70s prime, in the era of their
    Mothership Connection and The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein LPs—a rare opportunity
    for everyone to get their proper dose of The P-Funk.

  • Funkadelic - Knee Deep

    15:22

    From the 1979 Warner Bros. album, Uncle Jam Wants You

  • kidd funkadelic - maggot brain

    10:35



    Atlantic city

  • Parliament-Funkadelic - One Nation Under A Groove - 11/6/1978 - Capitol Theatre

    25:51

    Parliament-Funkadelic - One Nation Under A Groove
    Recorded Live: 11/6/1978 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ
    More Parliament-Funkadelic at Music Vault:
    Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube:

    Personnel:
    George Clinton - vocals
    Michael Hampton - guitar
    Garry Shider - guitar, vocals
    Cordell Boogie Mosson Jr. - bass
    William Billy Bass Nelson Jr. - bass
    Bernie Worrell - keyboards
    Walter Junie Morrison - keyboards
    Tyrone Lampkin - drums
    James Wesley Jackson - vocals
    Grady Thomas - vocals
    Calvin Thang Simon - vocals
    Dawn Silva - vocals
    Lynn Mabry - vocals

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