Parliament-Funkadelic: Essential Tracks (Part 1)
Parliament-Funkadelic — and their many offshoots — never let a good groove go to waste. Here’s part 1 of their essential tracks.
Gil Scott-Heron: Hail the Bluesologist
As part of 2021’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Gil Scott-Heron’s groundbreaking work is pivotal in rap, neo-soul, funk, and more.
Funkadelic: The Warner Bros. Years (1976-1981)
Over a five-year period, George Clinton and Funkadelic created some of their most innovative albums — and that is saying a whole lot.
Bill Withers’ “Naked and Warm” – An Overlooked Gem
There’s one Bill Withers album that tends to get overlooked. But this more funk-ified project is most definitely worth rediscovering.
Fred Wesley & The Horny Horns: When In Doubt, Blow!
Fred Wesley quit working for James Brown and contributed his horn skills to George Clinton and crew. The funky story of “The Horny Horns.”