Unreleased Outakes and Demos
(track notes from anonymous original seeder. Post tracklist comments by reisdbr)
(note from reisdbr: I see little evidence that the quality of these amazing recordings is anywhere near that bad. Judge for yourself, but I wanted to honor the work and opinion of the original seeder)
1] DO NOT SELL THESE DISCS ON EBAY
2] DO NOT ENCODE INTO MP3 OR ANY OTHER LOSSY FORMAT
3] NONE OF THESE RECORDINGS HAVE BEEN OFFICIALLY RELEASED INCLUDING ALTERNATES AND INSTRUMENTALS.
These 3 discs contain various tracks recorded by Parliament/Funkadelic around 1973. I obtained these discs in 2000 via a trade. Many of the tracks are instrumentals or alternate recordings of various Parliamnet/Funkadelic songs released in the years following 1973. There some completley different musical arrangements in these songs and many of the lyrics are completely different than the finnished product.
Eddie Hazel, Bootsy Collins, Glen Goins,Bernie Worrell and the Horny Horns are all heavily
featured here as well as the rest of the P-Funk crew. I don't have any onfo as to how these were transfered from the acetates,but the quality is still very listenable. There is some noticable hiss and the ocasional pop but believe me, this is nothing compared to the ultimate funk bomb that is contained here. This is some of the rarest and funkiest P-Funk recordings in exsistence. Enjoy and SHARE MORE P-FUNK!
01. Bigfootin (alternate)
02. Eddie and Bootsy Jam
03. Up For the Downstroke (alternate)
04. Eddie and Bootsy Jam 2 (no solos)
05. I Can Move You If You Let Me (alternate)
06. Origin of Standing On The Verge
07. Presence of a Brain (alternate)
08. Eddies Groove
09. Needy and Greedy
10. George Directing
11. Tales of Kid Funkadelic (instrumental)
12. Chinny Chin Chin
01. Tales Intro with George Scat
02. The Goose That Laid The Golden Egg (alternate)
03. Groove to This
04. Alice In My Fantasies (alternate)
05. If It Don't Fit Don't Force It (Instrumental)
06. Red Hot Momma (alternate)
07. Jimmys Got a Little Bit Of Bitch In Him (Instrumental)
08. Together (alternate)
09. Another Place (instrumental)
10. Ride On (alternate)
11. Groove to This (alternate)
12. Bootsy Thump
13. Eddie Hazel Rocks Out (Smeeros Jam)
01. Bernie Jam
02. Chicken Scratch
03. Arm Pit
04. Right to Life (Mambo)
05. Right to Life (cont)
06. Bootsy Keeps Thumpin
07. Rutherford (Tales)
08. Lets Take It To The People (instrumental)
09. Bootsy for your Booty
10. I've Been Watching You (instrumental)
11. A Blow For Me A Toot For You (instrumental)
12. Soul Mate (instrumental)
13. Rat Kissed The Cat (spooky mix)
You will never get funkier music than Parliament/Funkadelic. P Funk is the source that spawned Hip Hop and modern day funk. George Clinton used a pallette of countless musicians to form an ever-growing collective of sick musicianship, incredible composition, unbelievable melodies and horn arrangements, and lyrical concepts that took us to outer space and into parallel dimensions. Songs contained endless amounts of fictional (allegedly anyway) characters who helped tell the story of how Funk took over your body, your booty, your mind, and your soul.
Samples of P Funk music are woven throughout the fabric of modern-day Hip Hop music. This collection of tunes happened as the P Funk collective was still on the rise, at a time when they were putting out so many albums that oftentimes there was little difference between the members of Parliament and the members of Funkadelic. Album after album chruned out the most ridiculous, mind-blowing funky music of any era in the history of time.
PURCHASE P FUNK RECORDINGS!! Might I suggest a few:
Parliament - "Funkentelechy Vs. The Placebo Syndrome"
Funkadelic - "Hardcore Jollies"
Parliament - "Mothership Connection"
Funkadelic - "Cosmic Slop"
Parliament - "First Thangs"
Funkadelic - "Maggot Brain"
Parliament - "Chocolate City"
Funkadelic - "Funkadelic"
Parliament - "Up For the Down Stroke"
P Funk on the web: