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Album · 1978

Filed under Funk
By PARLIAMENT

Tracklist

A1 Mr. Wiggles 6:44
A2 Rumpofsteelskin 5:35
A3 (You're A Fish And I'm A) Water Sign 6:40
B1 One Of Those Funky Things 3:46
B2 Liquid Sunshine 4:24
B3 The Motor-Booty Affair 6:15
B4 Deep 8:50

Total Time: 46:28

Line-up/Musicians

Backing Vocals – Cheryl James, Mike "Chip" Payne , Dawn Silva, Debbie Wright, Jeanette Washington, Joey Zalabok, Larry Heckstall, Linda Brown, Lynn Mabry, Mallia Franklin, Overton Loyd , Ramond Spruell, Robert "P-Nut" Johnson, Shirley Hayden
Backing Vocals, Horns – Richard "Kush" Griffith
Bass – Cordell "Boogie" Mosson , Rodney "Skeet" Curtis
Bass, Drums, Guitar – Bootsy Collins
Bass, Drums, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals – Junie Morrison
Drums – Tyrone Lampkin
Drums, Vocals – Gary "Bone" Cooper
Guitar – Phelps "Catfish" Collins , Michael Hampton
Guitar, Vocals – Garry Shider
Horns – Benny Cowan, Fred Wesley, Greg Black, Greg Thomas, Maceo Parker, Rick Gardner
Keyboards, Vocals – Bernie Worrell
Percussion – Larry Fratangelo
Vocals – George Clinton
Vocals – Ray Davis, Ron Ford

About this release

Casablanca Records – NBLP 7125 (US)

Recorded At – United Sound Studios,Super Disc Inc.

Thanks to snobb for the updates

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Warthur
Another high-concept Parliament album in the tradition of The Clones of Dr Funkenstein and others from the mid-to-late 1970s. This time around the album is let down by what to my ears sounds like a rather lacklustre musical backing underpinning George Clinton's fanciful narration, which once again is to obtrusive for my tastes. Given that Funkadelic were proving themselves to still be extremely inventive and musically capable at around the same time, I suspect this might be a consequence of the division of labour George Clinton hit upon - Funkadelic does the credible music, Parliament play in the background whilst Clinton talks. Not thrilling.

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