Funkadelic - Funkadelic

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Sealed 1975 2nd Edition (First Pressings Have The W 2000 Cat # With The Sam,e Labels). Cut Corner. “Funkadelic's Self-Titled 1970 Debut Is One Of The Group's Best Early- To Mid-'70s Albums. Not Only Is It Laden With Great Songs -- "I'll Bet You" And "I Got A Thing..." Are Obvious Highlights -- But It Retains Perhaps A Greater Sense Of Classic '60s Soul And R&B Than Any Successive George Clinton-Affiliated Album. Clinton's Songs Are Essentially Conventional Soul Songs In The Spirit Of Motown Or Stax -- Steady Rhythms, Dense Arrangements, Choruses Of Vocals -- But With A Loud, Overdriven, Fuzzy Guitar Lurking High In The Mix. And When Clinton's Songs Went Into Their Chaotic Moments Of Jamming, There Was No Mistaking The Hendrix Influence. Furthermore, Clinton's Half-Quirky, Half-Trippy Ad Libs During "Mommy, What's A Funkadelic?" And "What Is Soul" Can Be Mistaken For No One Else -- They're Pure-Cut P-Funk. Successive Albums Portray Funkadelic Drifting Further Toward Rock, Funk, And Eventually Disco, Especially Once Bernie Worrell Began Playing A Larger Role In The Group. Never Again Would The Band Be This Attuned To Its '60s Roots, Making This Self-Titled Release A Revealing And Unique Record That's Certainly Not Short On Significance, Clearly Marking The Crossroads Between '60s Soul And '70s Funk.” Jason Birchmeier, All Music Guide.

Artist: Funkadelic Title: Funkadelic Genre: Funk Type: New - LP Label: Westbound Catalog ID: W 216 Country: USA Our ID: 125830
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