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)
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