Before Prince did it, Parliament-Funkadelic spun off the funk in their “girl-group,” the Brides of Funkenstein.
In 1979, Parliament and Funkadelic released two projects that helped close out the 70s– and usher in the era of rap and hip hop.
Within a week, Parliament-Funkadelic released two powerful albums that defined the funk sound, circa 1974.
Even as he performed with George Clinton and P-Funk, Bootsy Collins stretched out in a series of classic albums of his own. The funk is strong in ’em.
In their first album in almost two decades, Parliament and George Clinton have lost none of their funky vision. And you’ll never hear a “health care debate” quite like this: a whole project devoted to what ails us.