Parliament - Live - P.Funk Earth Tour FLAC album
Genre: Soul and Funk music
Title: Live - P.Funk Earth Tour
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Tracklist: 1. P-Funk (Wants To Get Funked Up), 2. Dr. Funkentstein’s sifunkstication Medley, 3. Do That Stuff, 4. The Landing (Of The Holy Mothership), 5. The Undisco Kid (This Girl Is Bad!), 6. Children Of Production, 7. Mothership Connection (Star Child), 8. Swing Down, Sweet Chariot, 9. This Is The Way We Funk With You, 10. Funkenstein, 11. Gamin’ On Ya!, 12. Tear The Roof Off The Sucker Medley, 13. Night Of The Thumpasorus People, 14. Fantasy Is A Reality. 1. P-Funk (Wants To Get Funked Up). 2. Funkentstein’s sifunkstication Medley.
c stage shows (particularly the P-Funk Earth Tour of 1976) were expanded to include imagery from science fiction and a stage prop known as the Mothership. These concepts came to be known as the P-Funk mythology. By the late 1970s the c collective became over-extended and several key members departed acrimoniously over disagreements with Clinton and his management style. The remaining members of c recorded the 1982 hit album Computer Games, which was released as a George Clinton solo album. Included on this release was the much-sampled hit single "Atomic Dog". The collective continued to tour sporadically in to the 2000s, with participation from some of the children and grandchildren of the original members.
Redirected from Parliament Live: P-Funk Earth Tour). Live: P-Funk Earth Tour is a live double album by Parliament that documents the band's 1977 P-Funk Earth Tour. The performances include songs from Parliament's albums through The Clones of Dr. Funkenstein as well as songs from the Funkadelic repertoire. The album is made up of portions of two performances from January 1977 at the Oakland Coliseum and the Los Angeles Forum.
No performance was ever the same for these guys, and that's a major aspect of this album's entertainment value, for it's interesting to compare these live performances to their studio counterparts. Of particular note are the 15-minute extended performance of "Dr. Funkenstein" and the three-minute montage "Landing (Of the Holy Mothership)
Parliament Live:P-Funk Earth Tour (1977). Mothership Connection (Live). was sampled in. Mothership Reconnection by Scott Grooves feat.
Parliament: Parliament Live/P-Funk Earth Tour Because it mixes music from all three George Clinton creations (including a new chant) and conveys a lot of the anarchic, participatory throb of a P. Funk concert, this live double serves a real function. But the recording doesn't do much justice to the music's bottom, or its top.
|A1||P-Funk (Wants To Get Funked Up)||6:14|
|Dr. Funkentstein's Supergroovalisticprosifunkstication Medley||4:58|
|A2a||Let's Take It To The Stage|
|A2b||Take Your Dead Ass Home (Say Som'n Nasty)|
|A3||Do That Stuff||5:15|
|A4||The Landing (Of The Holy Mothership)||3:05|
|B1||The Undisco Kid (The Girl Is Bad)||7:03|
|B2||Children Of Production||2:44|
|B3||Mothership Connection (Star Child)||5:55|
|B4||Swing Down, Sweet Chariot||5:07|
|C1||This Is The Way We Funk With You||5:04|
|D1||Gamin' On Ya'||3:30|
|Tear The Roof Off The Sucker Medley||5:43|
|D2a||Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker)|
|D2b||Get Off Your Ass And Jam|
|D3||Night Of The Thumpasorus People||6:14|
|D4||Fantasy Is A Reality||5:45|
- Producer – G. Clinton*
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|NBLP 7053||Parliament||Live (P.Funk Earth Tour) (2xLP, Album, San)||Casablanca||NBLP 7053||US||1977|
|PHCR-14530||Parliament||Parliament Live: P.Funk Earth Tour (CD, Album)||Mercury||PHCR-14530||Japan||1996|
|NB 7021 A, NB 7021||Parliament||Parliament Live - P.Funk Earth Tour (2xLP, Album)||Casablanca, Casablanca, Bellaphon, Bellaphon||NB 7021 A, NB 7021||Germany||1977|
|7774||Parliament||Live (P.Funk Earth Tour) (LP)||Rock||7774||Turkey||Unknown|
|UICY-94286/7||Parliament||Live: P.Funk Earth Tour (2xCD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, SHM)||Casablanca||UICY-94286/7||Japan||2009|