Carlos "Sir Nose" McMurray - Parlamack AKA SIr Nose Of Parliament Funkadelic download mp3 album
George Clinton, Parliament Funkadelic. Sir Nose D' Void Of Funk" · November 1992 to present · East Saint Louis, Illinois. contortionist, vocals, George's personal assistant. Kna-lo Productions inc. Funk Music News. Professional Musician.
ARTIST: Parliament Funkadelic TITLE: Sir Nose D'Void Of Funk CONDITION (cover/vinyl): M- NOTES: Original printing from the 1977. Came folded inside an album cover. NOTES: Original printing from the 1977. Very few of these have survived this well intact. No stains, tears, or holes. This needs to be framed. check out my other rare Parliament Funkadelic items up at the moment (2 autographed LPs). FREE SHIPPING WITHIN USA Grading Info: M- Mint Minus: Played only a few times, virtually flawless. CARLOS "Sir Nose" McMURRAY - PARLAMACK CD. FUNK ESSENTIALS - 4 CD BOX SET - Ohio Players,James Brown,Funkadelic,Joe. Micha Bar Am "Torah Scribe" S/N Silver Gelatin Judaica.
Parlamack is aka Sir Nose of Parliament Funkadelic aka dancer/master contortionist and pelvic grinder one Carlos McMurray. During the various 90s P-Funk tours, crowds witnessed night after night the amazing physical impossibilities and d-jointed muscular sonic exploits of old Sir Nose.
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I am Sir Nose D'Voidoffunk. By the time Parliament’s Motor Booty Affair album was released on Nov. 20, 1978, fans likely were familiar with the villainous character Sir Nose. He famously utters those words in a chipmunk-like voice on Aqua Boogie (A bioaquadoloop), the LP’s No. 1 single on the R&B charts. The basis for Sir Nose was introduced to c (P-Funk)’s Afrofuturism mythology - presented in lyrics, liner notes, artwork and stage shows - in 1977 on "The Pinocchio Theory" by Bootsy's Rubber Band. He even got his own song, "Sir Nose D'Voidoffunk.
Parliament and Funkadelic frequently resorted to allegorical concept albums to make larger points about societal injustices and ways in which a community of like-minded souls could liberate themselves from its constrictions. Clinton animated the moral conflict between opposing forces of good (the trippy funkateer Starchild") and evil (the uptight, uptight Sir Nose D’Void of Funk") over the course of a five-year run of Parliament albums, from Mothership Connection (1975) to Trombipulation (1980).
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|3||Shake Ya Dank|
|7||Interlude-I Like Being A ____!|
|14||Mr. Feel Good|
|15||Ride 2 This|