Parliament Funkadelic

George Clinton with Parliament Funkadelic - The Mothership Connection (2002)

George Clinton with Parliament Funkadelic - The Mothership Connection (2002)
Video: NTSC, MPEG-2 at 6 624 Kbps, 720 x 480 at 29.970 fps | Audio: AC-3 6 channels at 384 Kbps, 48.0 KHz
Genre: R&B | Label: Geneon [Pioneer] | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 29 Jan 2002 | Runtime: 83 min. | 4,16 GB (DVD5)

The mastermind of the Parliament/Funkadelic collective during the 1970s, George Clinton broke up both bands by 1981 and began recording solo albums, occasionally performing live with his former bandmates as the P.Funk All-Stars. Born in Kannapolis, NC, on July 22, 1940, Clinton became interested in doo wop while living in New Jersey during the early '50s. He formed the Parliaments in 1955, based out of a barbershop back room where he straightened hair. The group had a small R&B hit during 1967, but Clinton began to mastermind the Parliaments' activities two years later.
George Clinton & Parliament / Funkadelic - Live at Montreux 2004 (2008)

George Clinton & Parliament / Funkadelic - Live at Montreux 2004 (2008)
Video: NTSC, MPEG-2 at 3 736 Kbps, 720 x 480 (1.778) at 29.970 fps | Audio: AC-3 2ch. at 192 Kbps, AC-3 6ch. at 448 Kbps
Genre: R&B | Label: Eagle Rock | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 1 Dec 2008 | Runtime: 137 min. | 4,35 GB (DVD5)

The mastermind of the Parliament/Funkadelic collective during the 1970s, George Clinton broke up both bands by 1981 and began recording solo albums, occasionally performing live with his former bandmates as the P.Funk All-Stars. Born in Kannapolis, NC, on July 22, 1940, Clinton became interested in doo wop while living in New Jersey during the early '50s. He formed the Parliaments in 1955, based out of a barbershop back room where he straightened hair.
Parliament-Funkadelic - P-funk All Stars Presents Dope Dogs (1994)

Parliament-Funkadelic - P-funk All Stars Presents Dope Dogs (1994)
Funk | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
P-Vine Records, PCD-1991 | rel: 1994 | 490Mb

George Clinton's most focused album of the '90s slams a barrel of P-Funk down your throat without even giving you the opportunity to swallow. The P-Funk All Stars get a co-credit on this one, bouncing and funking alongside their leader nearly every step of the way. In typical Clinton fashion, Dope Dogs is all over the place: funk, R&B, hip-hop and ass-busting beats cover most of the ground.

Parliament Funkadelic - Afrolicious & The Electric Pussy (2002)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at March 22, 2015
Parliament Funkadelic - Afrolicious & The Electric Pussy (2002)

Parliament Funkadelic - Afrolicious & The Electric Pussy (2002)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 117mb
Genre: soul, funk

Afrolicious & The Electric Pussy is a fantastic bootleg from Parliament Funkadelic released by Big Fro Discs. This is a soundboard recording done at Jaap Eden Hall in Amsterdam, Netherlands on 8 December, 1978 when the group were on tour in support of Parliament's Motor Booty Affair and Funkadelic's One Nation Under A Groove. Parlet were the female backing group who opened up for Parliament Funkadelic and join the group doing background vocals. They were on tour in support of Pleasure Principle. They were joined by the Brides Of Funkenstein, who were on tour in support of the Funk Or Walk album. The CD is almost seamless with the exception of "Flashlight", as the introduction is briefly cut in a minute manner.

Parliament ‎- Live (P.Funk Earth Tour) (1977) [2014 Japan]  Music

Posted by JET 1 at April 8, 2016
Parliament ‎- Live (P.Funk Earth Tour) (1977) [2014 Japan]

Parliament ‎- Live (P.Funk Earth Tour) (1977) [2014 Japan]
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 567 MB | Covers Included
Genre: Soul | Label: Universal Music [Japan] | Catalog Number: UICY-76606

The only officially released in-concert Parliament-Funkadelic album, Live: P-Funk Earth Tour captures George Clinton and company at their peak in 1977, compiling recordings of a couple shows (January 19 at the Los Angeles Forum and January 21 at the Oakland Coliseum). The double-LP/single-CD album can't do justice to the group's extravagant theatrics, most memorably the landing of the mothership, but it's a wonderful showcase for their musical ability and their catalog of great songs.

Funkadelic - Rocky Mountain Shakedown (1992)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at March 2, 2015
Funkadelic - Rocky Mountain Shakedown (1992)

Funkadelic - Rocky Mountain Shakedown (1992)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 178mb
Genre: funk, soul

Rocky Mountain Shakedown was recorded on Parliament/Funkadelic's P. Funk Earth Tour on 2 November, 1976. Parliament had released The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein while Funkadelic released Hardcore Jollies, their first record for Warner Bros. Records. Songs from both albums are represented here. The live recording is professionally recorded and from the soundboard. This bootleg was released in 1992 and easily measures up to, if not surpasses, the official Live: P-FunK Earth Tour album on Casablanca.

Eddie Hazel's New Funkadelic - Live In Philly (1992)  Music

Posted by John Wang at Nov. 1, 2012
Eddie Hazel's New Funkadelic - Live In Philly (1992)

Eddie Hazel's New Funkadelic - Live In Philly (1992)
scans | 62:00 | mp3@320cbr | 157mb
P.Funk

Edward Earl Hazel, born 10 April 1950 Brooklyn, NY, was one of the original Parliament / Funkadelic members in the beginning of the 70’s. He’s probably the first lead guitarist to play hard-rock / funk fusion twenty years before Living Colour, Fishbone or the Red Hot Chili Peppers. With great solos like on the legendary « Maggot brain », it is obvious that Eddie Hazel is the biggest funk guitar-hero and his influence on other funk guitarists is indeniable. His involvement with the George Clinton posse became less preeminent in the 80’s when P.Funk turn more electro-funk oriented and after some drug problems Eddie Hazel died on 23 december 1992 at the age of 42. funkstore.com

1994 Parliament / Funkedelic - Live 1976-93  Music

Posted by John Wang at Sept. 20, 2009
1994 Parliament / Funkedelic - Live 1976-93

Parliament / Funkedelic - Live 1976-93
1994 | 4CD-Set | 304:12 | mp3@256cbr | 556mb
P.Funk

"This mammoth British anthology of live P-Funk contains virtually every notable track released by George Clinton and his Parliament/Funkadelic crew. There is some overlap with the earlier Greatest Hits 1972-1993 anthology (as well as a rare Japanese set) but the set contains many new tracks. Of most interest to fans will be a set of tracks recorded in 1972, with the original line-up of Funkadelic." Viktor.Valdivia@allmusic.com

1973 Funkadelic / Parliament - Unreleased Outtakes & Demos  Music

Posted by John Wang at Sept. 12, 2009
1973 Funkadelic / Parliament - Unreleased Outtakes & Demos

Funkadelic / Parliament - Unreleased Outtakes & Demos
®1973 | ©2000 | 143:11 | mp3@256vbr | 243mb
P.Funk

"These 3 discs contain various tracks recorded by Parliament/Funkadelic around 1973. I obtained these discs in 2000 via a trade. Many of the tracks are instrumentals or alternate recordings of various Parliamnet/Funkadelic songs released in the years following 1973. There some completley different musical arrangements in these songs and many of the lyrics are completely different than the finnished product. Eddie Hazel, Bootsy Collins, Glen Goins,Bernie Worrell and the Horny Horns are all heavily featured here as well as the rest of the P-Funk crew. I don't have any info as to how these were transfered from the acetates, but the quality is still very listenable. There is some noticable hiss and the ocasional pop but believe me, this is nothing compared to the ultimate funk bomb that is contained here. This is some of the rarest and funkiest P-Funk recordings in exsistence. Enjoy!" Diethelm B. Reis
Bootsy Collins - Ahh...The Name Is Bootsy, Baby! (1977/2014) [Official Digital Download 24/192]

Bootsy's Rubber Band - Ahh…The Name Is Bootsy, Baby! (1977/2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | Time - 38:52 minutes | 1,46 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Ahh… The Name Is Bootsy, Baby! is Bootsy Collins' second solo album. Produced by George Clinton and Bootsy Collins, the album was the first P-Funk release to hit #1 on the Billboard Top R&B/Soul albums chart, in 1977. The album is considered by many to be Collins' best, a mix of dance tracks and slow jams.