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This is a print-on-demand paperback reprint of Issue 18 (Parliament-Funkadelic). Original 7x10 size, with original advertisements, near replica except for some corrected text.
Parliament-Funkadelic can hardly be summed up in a few sentences. Wax Poetics digs deep to trace the sprawling history of this supergroup, from its doo-wop roots to its freaked-out, drug-laden rock sessions, and finally onto the best-known (and best-selling) period of space boogie.
re: Discovery The Tips w/ Gary Jackson and the Soul Messengers, Belle Farms Estate, Junie Freeze, X-Clan, Mokie, J.J. and R.O.B.
Straight from the North Yo Gotti and the New Memphis Soul
Memphis Undergound Tape Hustlers on the Come Up
In Memoriam: Ronald Clyne (1925-2006)
The Connoisseur Brazillian Musician Ed Motta Has a Taste for the Finer Sounds in Life
Funk Used to be a Bad Word A Parliament-Funkadelic Primer
From Doo-Wop to Funkadelia Calvin Simon, Grady Thomas, and Fuzzy Haskins of the Parliaments
Mommy, What’s a Funkadelic? Original Player Billy “Bass” Nelson Gets to the Bottom of It
The Synthesizer Bernie Worrell was the Key to the Parliament-Funkadelic Sound
Comic Genius Artist Pedro Bell Explored Funkadelic’s Darker Dimensions
The Cincinnati Connection The Local Roots of Bootsy Collins and Kash Waddy
Trap Music Drummer Frankie “Kash” Waddy Stays on the One
From the Crib to the Coliseum Stretchin’ Out with Bass Legend Williams “Bootsy” Collins
Hit Man The Funk Mob’s Garry Skider and His Mighty Bop Gun
Bop Art Artist Overton Lloyd turned P-Funk Mythology into Fine Art
Brother from Another Planet The Cosmic Jaunt of P-Funk Leader George Clinton
Audio Heritage: An Archival Perspective on Recorded Media Lacquer Discs (Part 2 of 2)