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  1. Sep 30,  · I suppose now is when Funkadelic streamlined their sound, in accordance to their in-unison album covers. It kinda contradicts the entire point of Funk as a movement, being that experimentalism and creativity resides at the heart of it, at least my perception of it, but fuck it, they continued to make good music so why not take it all in. Standing on the Verge of Getting It On in /5(39).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 8-Track Cartridge release of Let's Take It To The Stage on Discogs.
  3. Sep 30,  · The title track is a classic where they poke fun at other funk/soul groups of the day. Lot's of Bootsy shines through here too. "Get Off Your Ass and Jam" forces you to do just that, albeit for only 2 minutes. The lead cut, "Good To Your Earhole" is another burner. Don't miss this one!!! BTW, it is not a live album, as some folks think/5(44).
  4. Oct 06,  · Free Your Mind and Your Ass Will Follow, an Album by Funkadelic. On Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow, Funkadelic mix up wild bluesy psychedelic jams reminiscent of their debut album with more structured songs that reveal the funky path the band would eventually take. Both of these approaches come together on the classic title /5(55).
  5. Sep 30,  · let take take it to the stage good to your earhole george clinton owe you something title track ass and jam backstage pass better by the pound get off your ass head no backstage song is familiar standing on the out of 5 stars Great album for Parliament/Funkadelic fans. June 15, I first had this on 8-track in high school, so /5(45).

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