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Parliament & Funkadelic - Live 1976-93 (1994)

Rock, Jazz | Author: artmuss | 11-04-2014, 13:13
Parliament & Funkadelic - Live 1976-93 (1994)
Artist: Parliament & Funkadelic
Title Of Album: Live 1976-93
Year Of Release: 1994
Label: Sequel Records / NEFCD273/1-4
Genre: Funk, Psychedelic Soul, Rock, P-Funk, Disco
Total Time: 5:04:06
Format: FLAC (tracks +.cue, log-file)
Quality: Lossless
Total Size: 1.68 gb (Covers)

I was going through a record store one day a couple of years ago and stumbled across the most amazing thing .. This c.d set right here i knew i just have to have it .. As a long time fan of P-FUNK this is must to have.. I remember a couple of these shows back in the day Portions of this disc was recorded at Howard Theatre in 78 In Washington D.C. and Hampton Coliseum in 78 in Hampton Va.. i attended both of these concerts.. It just had me pumped.. If you want to hear one of the best bands ever through down live, raw, uncut this is it.. The only minor criticism i have about this set some of the earlier performances around 72 or 73 are of bad quality.. to much hiss sound in the source tapes that they got these performances from..

Review by Victor W. Valdivia
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. The sound quality, as can be expected, varies from the murky 1972 tracks to the most recent 1993 tracks, which sound as clean and precise as modern technology allows. While the song selection may seem strange (especially the inclusion of tracks by obscure Clinton associates Belita Woods and Louie Kabbabie). It's also true that the newer tracks, despite their higher fidelity, aren't quite as groundbreaking and energetic as the older, rarer recordings. Still, the set as a whole is impressive, mixing well-known classics with obscure but key album tracks, and containing no truly subpar performances. It's probably too much for newcomers to attempt at one sitting (and the original P-Funk albums are far better for introductions) but longtime fans will find much of value here.


TRACKLIST:

Disk 1:
1. Let's Take It to the Stage - 10:16
2. Do That Stuff - 6:01
3. Undisco Kidd - 8:52
4. Children of Production - 3:05
5. Into You - 6:52
6. Give Up the Funk - 16:36
7. Maggot Brain - 12:04
8. Comin' Round the Mountain - 4:34
9. Red Hot Mama - 7:04

Disk 2:
1. Funkentelechy - 24:16
2. Bop Gun - 11:37
3. It Ain't Illegal Yet - 1:49
4. Cosmic Slop - 7:43
5. Cholly (Funk Gettin Ready to Roll) - 11:48
6. Standing on the Verge - 13:52
7. Electric Spanking (Of War Babies) - 4:20

Disk 3:
1. One Nation Under a Groove - 10:20
2. Atomic Dog - 11:47
3. Mothership Connection - 17:03
4. Flash Light - 8:18
5. Won't You Dance - 1:56
6. Quickie - 3:05
7. Aquaboogie - 7:22
8. I Wanna Know if It's Good to You Baby - 4:41
9. Up for the Down Stroke - 5:16
10. Hit It and Quit It - 3:52
11. Gamin' on Ya - 2:13
12. Put Your Hands Together - 2:15

Disk 4:
1. P-Funk (Wants to Funk You Up) - 10:14
2. You Do Me - 4:49
3. Nickel Bag of Solos - 18:54
4. I Call My Baby Pussy - 5:17
5. Babblin' Kabbabie - 2:45
6. Dog You Out - 2:56
7. Yank My Doodles/Sum' Else - 3:03
8. I Call My Baby Pussy - 6:28
9. All Your Goodies Are Gone - 6:52
10. I'll Bet You - 3:19
11. No Head, No Backstage Pass - 2:25
12. Lifted - 7:53







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