Happy Birthday to George Clinton, Born July 22, 1941
. His band Parliament-Funkadelic (which recorded under the names Parliament and Funkadelic) developed Parliament-Funkadelic were often sampled by rap producers. "Sure, sample my stuff…" he remarked in 1996 Parliament-Funkadelic names Parliament and Funkadelic in the 1970s (see also P-Funk). These two bands combined the elements members of Parliament-Funkadelic. Clinton was born in Kannapolis, North Carolina, grew up in Plainfield various sounds, technology, and lyricism. Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic dominated diverse music
READERS’ POLL RESULTS: Your Favorite Parliament & Funkadelic Albums of All Time Revealed
READERS’ POLL RESULTS: Your Favorite Parliament & Funkadelic Albums of All Time Revealed Parliament & Funkadelic crafted many classic albums, but which one is YOUR favorite for each band? Amazon | iTunes EXPLORE Funkadelic’s discography via Amazon | iTunes READ MORE About Parliament-Funkadelic here VIEW Previous Readers’ Polls here Parliament-Funkadelic Many thanks to everyone who recently voted for their favorite Parliament & Funkadelic albums as
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pioneers of the funk sound. Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic are best known for albums like Parliament-Funkadelic force behind Parliament-Funkadelic, the definitive funk group of the late ’60s/early ’70s and the
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thumping dynamism upon the wildly eccentric and insanely lysergic Parliament-Funkadelic army. As the Parliament-Funkadelic was with their seamless partnership that George Clinton’s P-Funk empire (Parliament-Funkadelic) was
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. “Bop Gun” would be Goins last contribution to a Parliament-Funkadelic song, as he and others left the against dancing. The Parliament-Funkadelic collective that he spearheaded was basically split into two golden era, and he was demonstrating his brilliance across of Parliament-Funkadelic's material bands: Parliament and Funkadelic. Through the mid-’70s, Funkadelic mostly recorded acid-soaked rock and the most tripped out Parliament-Funkadelic flavored way possible. Disco was firmly taking hold in 1977 Parliament-Funkadelic
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Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, taking the themes and feel of their groundbreaking funk records
Happy Birthday to Bootsy Collins, Born October 26, 1951
Parliament/Funkadelic empire in 1971. He co-wrote "Tear the Roof Off the Sucker" with Clinton and Jerome
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projects, including Parliament and Funkadelic. By 1984, Clinton's Parliament-Funkadelic empire was in
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track by the Sylvers, Parliament Funkadelic, Melvin Bliss, and Isaac Hayes remain just as funky as
Happy Birthday to Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips, born January 13, 1961
Parliament-Funkadelic) in a bubble and floats across the audience. Coyne has also been known to pour fake
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. The album’s opening, Parliament Funkadelic-flavored track “Stone City Band, Hi!,” and its closing
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missing in my life. He took my Hendrix and Zeppelin love and mixed it with Parliament/Funkadelic. The
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-Funkadelic concert that Frantz attended. The group uses synths to slowly build the track’s energy commercially successful single. According to Weymouth, the song was inspired by a Parliament
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, there may very well be no higher honor than to have Parliament-Funkadelic mastermind George Clinton Parliament-Funkadelic) and drummer D.H. Peligro (of Dead Kennedys) to join the group. But alas, the
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, and Disco artists like Parliament-Funkadelic, Rufus, and Chic ruled the airwaves and provided the
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-Funkadelic axis. In the early '70s, many of the most important members of Brown's late-'60s band returned to , put their apprenticeship to good use, helping define '70s funk as members of the Parliament
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Parliament Funkadelic and other funk mainstays, the practice was yet to be regarded as a West Coast
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“Dr. Bombay” is a similarly overt yet goofy and funny ode to Parliament-Funkadelic, with its re
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, called Parliament. Clinton then formed another side band, called Funkadelic, several of whose members had been in Parliament but were now performing under the new name due to contractual glitches. Worrell
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Family Stone, Betty Davis, Parliament-Funkadelic, Santana, and Jimi Hendrix, Prince realized that it
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