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Parliament Funkadelic Pt. 2 of 4 - Budweiser Concert of the Month: Dayton, Ohio 1981 Aired weekend of July 24, 1981. Show 81 - 6. Announcer: J. abbreviated as P-Funk is an American funk music collective of rotating musicians headed by George Clinton, primarily consisting of the individual bands Parliament and Funkadelic, both active since the 1960s. Their distinctive funk style drew on psychedelic culture, outlandish fashion, science-fiction, and surreal humor it would have an influential effect on subsequent funk, post-punk, hip-hop, and post-disco artists of the 1980s and 1990s, while their collective mythology. Over the years, Parliament were sidelined while Clinton focused on Funkadelic then it was the other way around for a while. Sometimes this was a creative decision to sharp-tune whatever group Clinton occupied himself with. Other times, legal issues got in the way. That's led to some confusion, as well as some confusing records, over time. Funkadelic were more or less the rock version of Parliament, whose main target was dance-oriented music. By the end of the '70s, with more than a dozen albums between them, and enough dazzling beats to provide foundations to hundreds of hip-hop records, Clinton's mothership began to stall as key members left and new ones were added. Parliament-Funkadelic have been headed up by funk legend George Clinton ever since their formation in 1968, and sixteen of the most prominent members were initiated into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as members of the collective in 1997. Despite the chaotic nature of the number of members on one stage at any given time, P-Funks live shows are always a highlight. Performing a collection of their own tracks, covers, and solo work of the members, the rhythm will leave you mesmerised. Bryan Adams is returning to Budweiser Gardens at the end of the month and we are in HEAVEN Join Canada's favourite rocker in Concert on January is a funk, soul and rock music collective headed by George Clinton. They are the main performers of the soul and funk subgenre known as P-Funk and performed under the names Parliament and Funkadelic two bands consisting of the same members, recording for different labels, and also in a score of offshoot groups and solo ventures. Recording under myriad names, this group had thirteen Top Ten hits in the U. R&B music charts between 1967 and 1983, including six number one hits in the R&B Charts. Parliament from United States. The top ranked albums by Parliament are Mothership Connection, Funkentelechy Vs. The Placebo Syndrome and Motor Booty Affair. This artist is rated in the top 3 of all artists on . Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date indicated and are subject to change. Adam Sandler's appearance as Operaman was a comic highlight of the evening. A one-hour highlight show was broadcast on CBS the following month. An album and DVD of the event was released in January 2002. A double CD of the event was released by Sony on November 27, 2001, containing 32 tracks. Parliament, Mothership Connection 1975. The Parliament side of Clintons army reached a very funky peak on this infectious classic, including such obvious highlights as P-Funk Wants to Get Funked Up and Clintons greatest jam, Give Up the Funk Tear the Roof Off the Sucker. Funkadelic, America Eats Its Young 1972. This album found them fleshing out their ranks with members of House Guests and United Soul, including former James Brown bassist Bootsy Collins, who steps into the vocal spotlight on a track called Philmore. This platinum concept album featured the R&B chart-topper Flash Light. From United Kingdom. ILS shipping. Style: Disco. 11 watching. Artist: Parliament-Funkadelic