Thoughts On The Dead

Musings on the Most Ridiculous Band I Can't Stop Listening To

Eine Nation Unter Einer Nut

Man cannot live on Dead alone, and this P-Funk Rockpalast show from ’85 is the best kind of change.

George Clinton and P-Funk’s best days were in the 70’s (shocker) and George’s only memories of the 80’s are baseball-sized rocks of cocaine and people stealing his royalties. Doesn’t really matter what state George was in, though, when you have a band like this: Michael Hampton and (a sadly faded) Eddie Hazel on guitar, plus the tsunamic Dennis Chambers on the drums.

Everything is on The One.

2 Comments

  1. Not in the band at the time, but relevant for any number of reasons. (Psst: it’s really most relevant for The One)

  2. Although I didn’t see him in the video (I only watched Maggot Brain), lots of white light out to Bernie Worrell with his recent health issues.

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