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Funkadelic - Maggot Brain
Funkadelic - One Nation Under A Groove Colored Vinyl
Funkadelic - Electric Spanking Of War Babies Black Vinyl Edition
Funkadelic - Uncle Jam Wants You Colored Vinyl Edition
Funkadelic - Hardcore Jollies Colored Vinyl Edition
Funkadelic - One Nation Under A Groove Colored Vinyl Edition
Funkadelic - Hardcore Jollies Black Vinyl Edition
Funkadelic - Uncle Jam Wants You Black Vinyl Edition
Funkadelic - Electric Spanking Of War Babies Colored Vinyl Edition
Funkadelic - Can't Shake It Loose / I'll bet You
Funkadelic
Can't Shake It Loose / I'll bet You
7" | 2017 | UK | Original (BGP)
8,99 €*
Release:2017 / UK – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Originally scheduled to be the second Funkadelic 45, ‘Can’t Shake It Loose’ was cancelled before release. The song had been a single (and northern soul classic) by Pat Lewis, whilst the Supremes had recorded it for Motown. It’s fascinating to hear George and the boys’ treatment released on 45 for the first time. It is backed by one of the great breakbeats – Funkadelic’s actual second single ‘I’ll Bet You’. The opening break sounds amazing on this newly mastered 45.
Funkadelic - Maggot Brain
Funkadelic
Maggot Brain
Tape | 1971 | UK | Reissue (Ace)
20,99 €*
Release:1971 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
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1971 and Black America was luxuriating in the soft soul of the O’Jays, the Temptations had just left behind their flirtation with psychedelia, James Brown was explaining Soul Power, Sly & the Family Stone were having a Family Affair, and Marvin Gaye was asking ‘What’s Going On’.

In their own inimitable way, Funkadelic were laying down their own statement about the ecology of the planet in the opening of lead and title track ‘Maggot Brain’, turning it into an elegy for the Earth in the ensuing heart-wrenching extended Eddie Hazel guitar solo – one of the most radical records of the period.

The album also spawned two Top 50 singles with the usual Funkadelic wry observational humour of ‘You And Your Folks, Me And My Folks’ and ‘Can You Get To That’. And just in case you think things have normalised, the set closes with nine minutes of the chaotic sound collage ‘Wars Of Armageddon’.
Funkadelic - Ain't That Funkin' Kind Of Hard On You? Louie Vega Remixes Purple Vinyl Edition
Funkadelic
Ain't That Funkin' Kind Of Hard On You? Louie Vega Remixes Purple Vinyl Edition
12" | 2015 | EU | Reissue (Vega)
13,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Oh no he didn’t! Oh yes he did! House music, nightlife entertainment and DJ/Producer virtuoso Louie Vega has proven over and over again that he’s a master chemist in the studio. His latest release is an uptempo and speaker-knocking remix of Funkadelic’s “Ain’t That Funkin’ Kind of Hard on You?” (produced by George Clinton and & G Koop) from the album “First Ya Gotta Shake the Gate”. The original version is nothing short of a classic, but it’s as if the song had never been invited to a Louie Vega post-midnight global extravaganza. Was the song not aware that spellbound dancing and high BPMs were the standard for House Music? Normally, such a blaring disregard for nightlife decorum would relegate a song to the pits of sonic hell, but we’re talking about George Clinton here! The original opens up with a G-funk groove that screams Westside and lowriders. The listener is then blessed with Clinton as he adds his sage, soulful and pimpadelic vocals, complemented by Funkadelic singers asking him about the pains of the funk. The semblance of a beat that could drive the dancefloor into the morning hours is there, but in no way has it blossomed into its full glory. Enter Louie Vega. His remix immediately greets listeners with a decadent spread of instrumentation and chutzpah. The original song’s DNA populates the first thirty seconds of the remix but then an explosion takes place and the song assumes a new identity. The transcendent experience is akin to taking the elevator to a rooftop party and once the doors open- boom! The remix begs you to dance, the G-funk groove is now in your face instead of being laidback and percussion takes a front seat to take you away. The song is alive, there’s no other way to describe it.
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