George Clinton - George Clinton, Parliament, Funkadelic – The Mothership Connection download mp3 album
c (abbreviated as P-Funk) is an American funk music collective of rotating musicians headed by George Clinton, primarily consisting of the individual bands Parliament and Funkadelic, both active since the 1960s.
George Edward Clinton (born July 22, 1941) is an American singer, songwriter, bandleader, and record producer. His c collective (which primarily recorded under the distinct band names Parliament and Funkadelic) developed an influential and eclectic form of funk music during the 1970s that drew on science-fiction, outlandish fashion, psychedelic culture, and surreal humor
The media could not be loaded, either because the server or network failed or because the format is not supported. Session ID: 2019-07-06:7591 Player Element ID: vjs video 3.
See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created – 6 October 2009. William "Bootsy" Collins.
George Clinton c The Mothership Connection (Live from The Summit, Houston, Texas) - Original Video Soundtrack. Rights Society: BMI. Rights Society: BMI/ASCAP. Matrix, Runout (Side A): MLP-1-15021 G-2 B-22425-G2 SLM △ 11370 AL-SP.
mother ship connection newberg sessions Mothership Connection Newberg Session is a live album by George Clinton and c It was recorded in Hangar E at Stewart Airfield in Newburgh, New York on September 26, 1976 during the rehearsals for the P-Funk Earth Tour The live album was released by P-Vine Records in Japan on December 25, 1995
Now he just has one thing left to do: keep that legacy alive. On Halloween 1976, a spaceship descended on the stage of a Houston sports arena in front of 15,000 people. Dr Funkenstein and the Mothership (a stage prop constructed from a blockbuster budget) sprang from the otherworldly imagination of bandleader, songwriter and producer George Clinton. P-Funk was conceived as pirate radio from outer space but its blend of all-out partying and social empowerment evolved into a way of life. Through elaborate artwork, sci-fi mythology and slang that sounded like a cosmic Dr Seuss, Clinton’s Afrofuturist universe offered young black audiences an uplifting escape from everyday struggle. George Clinton, meanwhile, is still out on tour: preparing Medicaid Fraud Dog – the first Parliament album in 38 years – and throwing P-Funk parties around the world. In conversation, the 77-year-old sounds like someone who has seen and heard it al. ecause he has.
George Clinton and c at the Roskilde Festival, 2006. In the early 1980s George Clinton continued to record while battling with financial problems and well-publicized drug problems. The remaining members of c recorded the 1982 hit album Computer Games, which was released as a George Clinton solo album. Included on this release was the much-sampled hit single "Atomic Dog". About the album, Mothership Connection, Clinton said We had put black people in situations nobody ever thought they would be in, like the White House. I figured another place you wouldn't think black people would be was in outer space. I was a big fan of Star Trek, so we did a thing with a pimp sitting in a spaceship shaped like a Cadillac, and we did all these James Brown-type grooves, but with street talk and ghetto slang.
George Clinton doesn't give many interviews, so when we heard he'd be dropping into the Red Bull Studio LA to work on some tracks with Soul Clap, we gathered some thoughts together and stood patiently by the studio door for three hours, until he emerged, grinning, for a - quick - break. In the 1970s, Clinton founded the groups Parliament and Funkadelic - P-Funk for short - which inspired pretty much everything that came after them: funk, R&B, rap - booty-shaking, in general