Funkadelic

Funkadelic was an American band most prominent during the 1970s. The band and its sister act Parliament, both led by George Clinton, began the funk music culture of that decade.

Read more about Funkadelic:  History, Discography

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The Whole Funk & Nothing But The Funk: Definitive Funkadelic 1976–1981
... The Whole Funk Nothing But the Funk is a 2005 compilation album by Funkadelic featuring songs recorded for Warner Bros ... No Funkadelic recordings from any other record labels or time periods are included ...
Music For Your Mother: Funkadelic 45s
... Your Mother is a compilation album by Funkadelic featuring songs recorded for Westbound Records during the band's career with that label from 1968 to 1976 ... includes the A-sides and B-sides of every Funkadelic single released during Funkadelic's tenure at Westbound ... Music With Funkadelic, which was probably meant to denote "U.S ...
Funkadelic - Discography
... Funkadelic (1970) Free Your Mind.. ... Getting It On (1974) Let's Take It to the Stage (1975) Hardcore Jollies (1976) Tales of Kidd Funkadelic (1976) One Nation Under a Groove (1978) Uncle Jam Wants You (1979) Connections ...
List Of P-Funk Projects - 1960s - 1969
... A New Day Begins"/"I'll Wait" (Atco 6675) (7") Funkadelic - "Music For My Mother"/"Music For My Mother (instr.)" (Westbound W 148) (7") Funkadelic - "Can't Shake It Loose"/"As Good As I Can Feel ...
Live: Meadowbrook, Rochester, Michigan – 12th September 1971 - Background
... In late 1971, George Clinton was still structuring Funkadelic as the live band supporting his concurrent doo wop vocal group Parliament, even though by that point ... As was common for concerts during the period, the Funkadelic musicians would warm up the crowd with instrumentals, after which the Parliament singers would take to the stage for the vocal numbers ... singers exiting slightly before the end of the show, with the Funkadelic musicians closing with another instrumental ...