In 1982, funkmaster George Clinton was at a point where he — and his music — had to take a risk. The following albums were well worth it.
It was 50 years ago that Funkadelic gave us a first listen to their mashup of soul, funk, and psychedelia. A look back at their cosmically-drenched debut.
At a low point in his career, George Clinton connected with Prince. The resulting album, “The Cinderella Theory,” helped revive The Funk.
Illustrator Pedro Bell was as much a part of the Parliament-Funkadelic groove as were the musicians. A look back at his contribution to the funk.