Walker, Chris J.
December 2005
Mix;Dec2005, Vol. 29 Issue 13, p123
The article features George Clinton, a creator, producer and impresario of funkadelic. Clinton was a founder member of The Parliament, a tame doo-wop group, fifty years ago. In 1968, he formed Funkadelic with keyboardist Bemie Worrell and others as a sort of psychedelic alter ego. Clinton's latest move is forming The C Kunspyruhzy, a new label for which he has recorded his first studio album in more than 10 years,


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