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Complete, official George Clinton / Parliament / Funkadelic / P-Funk Allstars discography. Wow!

So this is a list I made last year based on the official discography on George Clinton's website. The list is a bit of a mess with the occasional single and many a compilation mixed in for good measure, so I tried to isolate proper albums and archive albums (that latter in grey, roughly placed at the time of the latest known recording sessions, with release year between brackets).

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I'm not sure what the rational behind this list is: George Clinton's personal involvement doesn't seem to be the sole factor, given that his level of involvement varies greatly between projects, but it appears to be what he considers to be the official P-Funk canon, given that it excludes many other projects from P-Funk members that were released even while they were still part of the collective.

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In any case, as a "canon", it remains a deeply impressive body of work when you know most of the content. I have most of those records save a few ones I couldn't find, there are some hits and misses, but it's a whole musical universe by itself and probably one of the most important musical legacy in the history of modern music. Making that list really blew my mind when I realized how much stuff there was (nearly 100 records!!), and how good most of it was, not even counting the aforementioned solo projects by P-Funk members, solo projects by P-Funk alumnis and numerous guest appearances and collabs on other artists' works that aren't featured there.

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So here you go, enjoy nod

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THE PARLIAMENTS – TESTIFYIN', THE MID 60'S DETROIT SESSIONS, 1969 (April 05, 1994)

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FUNKADELIC – FUNKADELIC, May 11, 1970

PARLIAMENT – OSMIUM, July 07, 1970

FUNKADELIC – FREE YOUR MIND… AND YOUR ASS WILL FOLLOW, July 20, 1970

RUTH COPELAND – SELF-PORTRAIT, October 12, 1970

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FUNKADELIC – MAGGOT BRAIN, July 12, 1971

RUTH COPELAND – I AM WHAT I AM, July 26, 1971

FUNKADELIC – LIVE, MEADOWBROOK, ROCHESTER, MICHIGAN, 12TH SEPTEMBER 1971, September 12, 1971 (1996)

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FUNKADELIC – AMERICA EATS ITS YOUNG, May 22, 1972

U.S. MUSIC WITH FUNKADELIC – U.S. MUSIC WITH FUNKADELIC, 1972 (2009)

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FUNKADELIC – COSMIC SLOP, July 09, 1973

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FUNKADELIC – STANDING ON THE VERGE OF GETTING IT ON, April 29, 1974

PARLIAMENT – UP FOR THE DOWN STROKE, December 09, 1974

FUNKADELIC – TOYS, 1974 (2008)

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PARLIAMENT – CHOCOLATE CITY, March 12, 1975

FUNKADELIC – LET’S TAKE IT TO THE STAGE, April 21, 1975

PARLIAMENT – MOTHERSHIP CONNECTION, December 15, 1975

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PARLIAMENT – THE CLONES OF DR. FUNKENSTEIN, July 20, 1976

BOOTSY’S RUBBER BAND – STRETCHIN’ OUT IN BOOTSY’S RUBBER BAND, August 06, 1976

FUNKADELIC – TALES OF KIDD FUNKADELIC, September 21, 1976

FUZZY HASKINS – A WHOLE NOTHER THANG, October 25, 1976

FUNKADELIC – HARDCORE JOLLIES, October 29, 1976

GEORGE CLINTON + PARLIAMENT + FUNKADELIC – THE MOTHERSHIP CONNECTION, October 31, 1976 (1998)

BOOTSY’S RUBBER BAND – LIVE IN OKLAHOMA 1976, November, 1976 (2002)

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BOOTSY’S RUBBER BAND – AHH…THE NAME IS BOOTSY, BABY!, January 14, 1977

PARLIAMENT – LIVE P-FUNK EARTH TOUR, May 05, 1977

FRED WESLEY AND THE HORNY HORNS + MACEO PARKER – A BLOW FOR ME, A TOOT TO YOU, June 27, 1977

EDDIE HAZEL – AT HOME (WITH FAMILY)? 1977 (2008)

EDDIE HAZEL – JAMS FROM THE HEART, 1977 (1994)

EDDIE HAZEL – REST IN P, 1977 (1994)

EDDIE HAZEL – GAME, DAMES & GUITAR THANGS, August 29, 1977

PARLIAMENT – FUNKENTELECHY VS. THE PLACEBO SYNDROME, November 28, 1977

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BOOTSY’S RUBBER BAND – BOOTSY? PLAYER OF THE YEAR, January 27, 1978

BOOTSY’S RUBBER BAND – LIVE IN LOUISVILLE 1978, March 15, 1978 (1999)

PARLET – PLEASURE PRINCIPLE, April 15, 1978

BERNIE WORRELL – ALL THE WOO IN THE WORLD, April 15, 1978

THE BRIDES OF FUNKENSTEIN – FUNK OR WALK, April 15, 1978

FUZZY HASKINS – RADIO ACTIVE, April 15, 1978

FUNKADELIC – ONE NATION UNDER A GROOVE, September 11, 1978

THE BRIDES OF FUNKENSTEIN – LIVE AT THE HOWARD THEATRE, 1978, November 02, 1978 (1994)

PARLIAMENT – MOTOR-BOOTY AFFAIR, November 11, 1978

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PARLET – INVASION OF THE BOOTY SNATCHERS, April 16, 1979

BOOTSY’S RUBBER BAND – THIS BOOT IS MADE FOR FONK-N, June 01, 1979

FRED WESLEY AND THE HORNY HORNS + MACEO PARKER – SAY BLOW BY BLOW BACKWARDS, August 21, 1979

FUNKADELIC – UNCLE JAM WANTS YOU, September 21, 1979

THE BRIDES OF FUNKENSTEIN – NEVER BUY TEXAS FROM A COWBOY, November 13, 1979

PARLIAMENT – GLORYHALLASTOOPID (OR PIN THE TAIL ON THE FUNKY), November 28, 1979

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PARLET – PLAY ME OR TRADE ME, May 23, 1980

ZAPP – ZAPP, July 28, 1980

BOOTSY COLLINS – ULTRA WAVE, November 18, 1980

SWEAT BAND – SWEAT BAND, November 24, 1980

PARLIAMENT – TROMBIPULATION, December 05, 1980

PHILIPPE WYNNE – WYNNE JAMMIN’, December 08, 1980

PARLIAMENT – THE 12'' COLLECTION AND MORE, 1980 (1999)

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FUNKADELIC – THE ELECTRIC SPANKING OF WAR BABIES, April 14, 1981

ROGER – THE MANY FACETS OF ROGER, October 20, 1981

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BOOTSY COLLINS – THE ONE GIVETH, THE COUNT TAKETH AWAY, April 05, 1982

GEORGE CLINTON – COMPUTER GAMES, November 05, 1982

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P-FUNK ALL STARS – LIVE AT THE BEVERLY THEATER IN HOLLYWOOD, April 24 1983 (1990)

GEORGE CLINTON – YOU SHOULDN’T-NUF BIT FISH, December 12, 1983

P-FUNK ALL STARS – URBAN DANCEFLOOR GUERILLAS, December 19, 1983

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RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS – FREAKY STYLEY, August 16, 1985

GEORGE CLINTON – SOME OF MY BEST JOKES ARE FRIENDS, September 02, 1985

JIMMY G. AND THE TACKHEADS – THE FEDERATION OF TACKHEADS, October 08, 1985

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GEORGE CLINTON – R&B SKELETONS IN THE CLOSET, May 26, 1986

GEORGE CLINTON – EXTENDED PLEASURE, 1986 (2000)

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INCORPORATED THANG BAND – LIFESTYLES OF THE ROACH AND FAMOUS, January 19, 1988

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GEORGE CLINTON – THE CINDERELLA THEORY, August 02, 1989

OTIS DAY & THE KNIGHTS – SHOUT, October 03, 1989

GEORGE CLINTON + GARRY SHIDER + CADILLAC HEIGHTS + BABYFATT + JESSICA CLEAVES + O.T.W. + MAXI MUFF – OUR GANG FUNKY, October 17, 1989

GEORGE CLINTON AND THE P-FUNK ALL STARS – FUNK UM AGIN… FOR THE FIRST TIME, November 11, 1989 (1999)

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PARLIAMENT – THE BEST NONSTOP MIX COMPILATION, January 25, 1991

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GEORGE CLINTON'S FAMILY SERIES VOL.1, GO FER YER FUNK, September 15, 1992

TREYLEWD CLINTON – DROP THE LINE, September 15, 1992

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GEORGE CLINTON’S FAMILY SERIES VOL. 2, “P” IS THE FUNK, February 16, 1993

GEORGE CLINTON’S FAMILY SERIES VOL. 3, PLUSH FUNK, March 30, 1993

GEORGE CLINTON – HEY MAN… SMELL MY FINGER, October 12, 1993

FUNKADELIC + PARLIAMENT + GEORGE CLINTON & THE P-FUNK ALL STARS – LIVE GREATEST HITS 1972-1993, October 12, 1993

GEORGE CLINTON + PARLIAMENT + FUNKADELIC – MOTHERSHIP CONNECTION NEWBERG SESSION, 1993 (1995)

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GEORGE CLINTON’S FAMILY SERIES VOL. 4, TESTING POSITIVE 4 THE FUNK, April 15, 1994 GEORGE CLINTON’S FAMILY SERIES VOL. 5, A FIFTH OF FUNK, April 15, 1994

FRED WESLEY AND THE HORNY HORNS + MACEO PARKER – THE FINAL BLOW, May 20, 1994

PARLIAMENT + FUNKADELIC + P-FUNK ALL-STARS – DOPE DOGS, November 25, 1994

GEORGE CLINTON AND THE P-FUNK ALL STARS – P-FUNK UNRELEASED REMIX, December 19, 1994

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GEORGE CLINTON & THE P-FUNK ALLSTARS – T.A.P.O.A.F.O.M., June 11, 1996

GEORGE CLINTON – GREATEST FUNKIN’ HITS, October 17, 1996

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DRUGS – A PRESCRIPTION FOR MIS-AMERICA, August 16, 2001

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SATIVA – JERSEY GIRL, September 08, 2003

KENDRA FOSTER – MYRIADMORPHONICBIOCORPOMELODICREALITYSHAPESHIFTER, November 19, 2003

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GEORGE CLINTON & PARLIAMENT FUNKADELIC – INSTANT LIVE, THE STATE THEATER, PORTLAND, ME 3/19/04, March 19, 2004

GEORGE CLINTON & PARLIAMENT FUNKADELIC – INSTANT LIVE, MUSIC MIDTOWN FESTIVAL, ATLANTA, GA 5/1/04, May 01, 2004

POO POO + GEORGE CLINTON – SNOOTY AKA SNOT LOGICAL, November 30, 2004

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GEORGE CLINTON AND PARLIAMENT FUNKADELIC – LIVE AT MONTREUX 2004, June 06, 2005

GEORGE CLINTON AND THE P-FUNK ALL STARS – HOW LATE DO U HAVE 2BB4UR ABSENT?, September 26, 2005

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GEORGE CLINTON & HIS GANGSTERS OF LOVE – GEORGE CLINTON & HIS GANGSTERS OF LOVE, September 16, 2008

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KENDRA FOSTER – RAW HONEY VOL. 1: THE KENDRA FOSTER LIVE SERIES, February 26, 2009

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ALEON CRAFT + GEORGE CLINTON – MOTHERSHIP (THE DECATUR CONNECTION), December 20, 2011

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FUNKADELIC – FIRST YA GOTTA SHAKE THE GATE, November 25, 2014

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GEORGE CLINTON + PARLIAMENT + FUNKADELIC – Chocolate City, London, P-Funk Live At Metropolis, 2015

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PARLIAMENT - Medical Fraud Dogg - 2018

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[Edited 6/20/19 2:19am]

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Reply #1 posted 06/18/19 10:17am

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What an impressive catalog from George & Co, just as is the case with the Org namesake and his output, I may not have enough time in the living moment to hear all of the work.
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Reply #2 posted 06/19/19 8:38am

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UncleGrandpa said:

What an impressive catalog from George & Co, just as is the case with the Org namesake and his output, I may not have enough time in the living moment to hear all of the work.

The mere fact that it spans 5 decades like this... it's mindblowing!! You don't have to listen to it all, there are many classics already^^

Why is your signature "jeux sans frontières"?? lol lol Is it because of Peter Gabriel?

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Reply #3 posted 06/19/19 12:37pm

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Impressive. Thanks for putting this together. cool

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Reply #4 posted 06/20/19 1:44am

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at first glance, it's missing this at the very least: https://www.discogs.com/G...se/6950157

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Reply #5 posted 06/20/19 2:18am

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mediumdry said:

at first glance, it's missing this at the very least: https://www.discogs.com/G...se/6950157

No it's there

GEORGE CLINTON + PARLIAMENT + FUNKADELIC – MOTHERSHIP CONNECTION NEWBERG SESSION, September 26, 1976 (1995)

but you're right I had misplaced it in 1995 because that was the release date when it fact the last songs are from 1993 (despite the core of the record being from 1976). I will change this, thx for the correction biggrin

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Reply #6 posted 06/20/19 11:24pm

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you're right I had misplaced it in 1995 because that was the release date when it fact the last songs are from 1993 (despite the core of the record being from 1976). I will change this, thx for the correction biggrin

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I completely missed it.

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What's your opinion on Funkadelic 46.9% (aka Connections and Disconnections) and bands like Quazar and Mutiny? They're not in the list, but I group those with P-Funk, which I do not do for anything by Zapp/Roger after the first album. (the only one that was done with P-Funk personnel)

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I guess the distinction is P-Funk personnel, but then you get into a lot of Bill Laswell productions in the 90s with Bootsy and/or Bernie. (those also missing from your list)

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Reply #7 posted 06/21/19 12:25am

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mediumdry said:

databank said:

you're right I had misplaced it in 1995 because that was the release date when it fact the last songs are from 1993 (despite the core of the record being from 1976). I will change this, thx for the correction biggrin

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I completely missed it.

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What's your opinion on Funkadelic 46.9% (aka Connections and Disconnections) and bands like Quazar and Mutiny? They're not in the list, but I group those with P-Funk, which I do not do for anything by Zapp/Roger after the first album. (the only one that was done with P-Funk personnel)

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I guess the distinction is P-Funk personnel, but then you get into a lot of Bill Laswell productions in the 90s with Bootsy and/or Bernie. (those also missing from your list)

Yeah clearly if I had to make my own list I'd expand it to such projects. There's a list on Wikipedia that's quite comprehensive in that regard: https://en.wikipedia.org/...k_projects

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The above is George's list, and unless it was made by an intern and no one ever bothered to check it, one must assume that this is what George considers "official P-Funk" as opposed to other projects. In the end it's sort of his call as he was always the mastermind behind the whole operation, this is why I found this list interesting, because it's like George saying "OK, this is the P-Funk canon, as established by me for posterity, and if it ain't there then it's not part of it".

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I can't tell for sure, but it sounds like George's reasoning here was that if an album either was A. primarily produced by him and/or B. primarily produced with P-Funk money and sanctioned by him even if his involvement wasn't too strong, then it was considered an official P-Funk project, while all the projects you mention were basically made without his money, participation or approval (or his participation was minimal such as on Axiom Funk, but he and his organization were not behind the project in the first place, it was Bill's thing).

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Reply #8 posted 06/21/19 10:30am

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databank said:

you're right I had misplaced it in 1995 because that was the release date when it fact the last songs are from 1993 (despite the core of the record being from 1976). I will change this, thx for the correction biggrin

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I completely missed it.

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What's your opinion on Funkadelic 46.9% (aka Connections and Disconnections) and bands like Quazar and Mutiny? They're not in the list, but I group those with P-Funk, which I do not do for anything by Zapp/Roger after the first album. (the only one that was done with P-Funk personnel)

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I guess the distinction is P-Funk personnel, but then you get into a lot of Bill Laswell productions in the 90s with Bootsy and/or Bernie. (those also missing from your list)

Yes it is a tough decision as to where to draw the line. My opinion is no discography on them is truly complete without mention of all the side projects by anyone who was majorly associated with the core bands. Now that is going to be a list that I just can't imagine anyone taking time to come up with but it is possible.

A separate list could be argued for that included all of George's work on/with other artists. That might even be longer than his own discography.

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Reply #9 posted 06/22/19 4:40pm

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Great resource for the P-Funk catalog, thanks!!

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Reply #10 posted 06/25/19 4:25am

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Epic list. Thanks databank!

A few here I missed first time round; downloading The Decatur Connection now. That Sativa one always interested me; what's GC's involvment in that one? It's not on Discogs and I'm struggling to find credits...

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player said:

Epic list. Thanks databank!

A few here I missed first time round; downloading The Decatur Connection now. That Sativa one always interested me; what's GC's involvment in that one? It's not on Discogs and I'm struggling to find credits...

Not sure exactly how involved GC was, but she's his granddaughter, she tours (or at least used to tour) intensively with the P-Funk Allstars and the record is pure P-Funk with a modern touch, so I guess it's a pure in-house production.

AMusingly, We Do This (from the ONA Aftershow album) was released there, so it appears the live Prince version was the first release of it, a year before the album version (but the track was probably already part of the P-Funk setlist by then).

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Reply #12 posted 06/25/19 5:06am

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player said:

Epic list. Thanks databank!

A few here I missed first time round; downloading The Decatur Connection now. That Sativa one always interested me; what's GC's involvment in that one? It's not on Discogs and I'm struggling to find credits...

Not sure exactly how involved GC was, but she's his granddaughter, she tours (or at least used to tour) intensively with the P-Funk Allstars and the record is pure P-Funk with a modern touch, so I guess it's a pure in-house production.

Roger. One to hunt down then.

Would you also add the Baby Hunters Volume 1 and Live From Houston vinyl/VHS releases? Been looking for a download/rips of these for years!

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player said:

databank said:

Not sure exactly how involved GC was, but she's his granddaughter, she tours (or at least used to tour) intensively with the P-Funk Allstars and the record is pure P-Funk with a modern touch, so I guess it's a pure in-house production.

Roger. One to hunt down then.

Would you also add the Baby Hunters Volume 1 and Live From Houston vinyl/VHS releases? Been looking for a download/rips of these for years!

I removed Live From Houston (which is on the site) because it was half a comp of album cuts and half parts of a live album that would be released in its entirety later.

I have no clue what Baby Hunters is, I googled it but to no avail. Do you have a link to what it is?

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Roger. One to hunt down then.

Would you also add the Baby Hunters Volume 1 and Live From Houston vinyl/VHS releases? Been looking for a download/rips of these for years!

I removed Live From Houston (which is on the site) because it was half a comp of album cuts and half parts of a live album that would be released in its entirety later.

I have no clue what Baby Hunters is, I googled it but to no avail. Do you have a link to what it is?

Oh right, so I'm 'relatively' new to collecting all things P-Funk. What was the title of the full Houston release? I thought those live tracks were unique to that release!

The Baby Hunters comp was a digital-only release to coincide with GC's birthday back in 2011. Here's an old blog about it: http://cosmicslopspot.blo...thday.html

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player said:

databank said:

I removed Live From Houston (which is on the site) because it was half a comp of album cuts and half parts of a live album that would be released in its entirety later.

I have no clue what Baby Hunters is, I googled it but to no avail. Do you have a link to what it is?

Oh right, so I'm 'relatively' new to collecting all things P-Funk. What was the title of the full Houston release? I thought those live tracks were unique to that release!

The Baby Hunters comp was a digital-only release to coincide with GC's birthday back in 2011. Here's an old blog about it: http://cosmicslopspot.blo...thday.html

It's there:

GEORGE CLINTON + PARLIAMENT + FUNKADELIC – THE MOTHERSHIP CONNECTION, October 31, 1976 (1998)

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Not sure what to do with Baby MAKERS (not hunters, hence my incapacity to find it lol ). Seems like a mix of released stuff with some unreleased cuts, so most likely wouldn't count as a full length studio album.
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databank said:

player said:

Oh right, so I'm 'relatively' new to collecting all things P-Funk. What was the title of the full Houston release? I thought those live tracks were unique to that release!

The Baby Hunters comp was a digital-only release to coincide with GC's birthday back in 2011. Here's an old blog about it: http://cosmicslopspot.blo...thday.html

It's there:

GEORGE CLINTON + PARLIAMENT + FUNKADELIC – THE MOTHERSHIP CONNECTION, October 31, 1976 (1998)

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Not sure what to do with Baby MAKERS (not hunters, hence my incapacity to find it lol ). Seems like a mix of released stuff with some unreleased cuts, so most likely wouldn't count as a full length studio album.
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Ah but you're talking about the full length DVD right? I have that, but the live tracks haven't been released anywhere else as far as I'm aware, except for Let's Take It To The Stage/Do That Stuff (Medley) (Edit) which was released as the last track on GC's Greatest Hits cd.

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player said:

databank said:

It's there:

GEORGE CLINTON + PARLIAMENT + FUNKADELIC – THE MOTHERSHIP CONNECTION, October 31, 1976 (1998)

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Not sure what to do with Baby MAKERS (not hunters, hence my incapacity to find it lol ). Seems like a mix of released stuff with some unreleased cuts, so most likely wouldn't count as a full length studio album.
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Ah but you're talking about the full length DVD right? I have that, but the live tracks haven't been released anywhere else as far as I'm aware, except for Let's Take It To The Stage/Do That Stuff (Medley) (Edit) which was released as the last track on GC's Greatest Hits cd.

Well in VHS age that made a difference but now you can play a DVD in a computer connected to the hi-fi, or rip the audio, which I have done for several video albums, so to me it all comes to the same, a video album still is an album, you don't need to watch it, you can just listen to it nod I hardly ever WATCH P's video albums but I've listened to them to death biggrin

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Reply #18 posted 07/02/19 3:43am

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databank said:

player said:

Ah but you're talking about the full length DVD right? I have that, but the live tracks haven't been released anywhere else as far as I'm aware, except for Let's Take It To The Stage/Do That Stuff (Medley) (Edit) which was released as the last track on GC's Greatest Hits cd.

Well in VHS age that made a difference but now you can play a DVD in a computer connected to the hi-fi, or rip the audio, which I have done for several video albums, so to me it all comes to the same, a video album still is an album, you don't need to watch it, you can just listen to it nod I hardly ever WATCH P's video albums but I've listened to them to death biggrin

Gotcha lol I was just curious whether the live tracks on the LP had ever been released elsewhere, in full or otherwise. I love the snippet on the Greatest Hits so I've always pined for a more complete experience in CD quality

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Reply #19 posted 07/02/19 1:29pm

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Great list and thanks for posting. I'm not aware of the live Bootsy recordings from '76 and '78 (and couldn't find them on YouTube) but I'll check on Amazon tonight when I get home as I really need those in my life right about now...

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