Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|P-Funk All Stars|
Urban Dancefloor Guerillas
Genres: Blues, Pop, R&B
This post-Computer Games one-shot is a showcase for George Clinton's cohorts, with Blackbyrd McKnight helming a hymn to "Acupuncture" and Junie Morrison slowing down the tempo to appreciate "One of Those Summers." Clinton ... more »
Listen to Samples
This post-Computer Games one-shot is a showcase for George Clinton's cohorts, with Blackbyrd McKnight helming a hymn to "Acupuncture" and Junie Morrison slowing down the tempo to appreciate "One of Those Summers." Clinton and Bootsy Collins make a couple of Morris Day jokes on "Copy Cat," and with Eddie Hazel, Philippe Wynne, Gary Shider, and even Sly Stone on board, it's a backyard family affair with George keeping the grill lit. --Rickey Wright
Funky and fantastic CD!! George Clinton rocks!!
Cozene Watson | St. Louis, MO USA | 09/21/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is really a funky CD!! P-funk All-Stars' Generator Pop and Copycat are out of sight and funky!! This CD should help you get on the dance floor and dance to it!! IF you're a true fan of George Clinton and the P-Funk All-Stars, you should get this CD 'cause it rocks!!"
Pump it up some more
Sherance M. Brothers | Jasper, Alabama United States | 03/15/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"the bomb george and the crew came back to give prince, and rick james some mo funkin lessons, should have blown up but forces beyond control had the world sleep on the funk, pumpin it up is the stand out cut a booming bassline and eddie hazel back maggotizing the jam, one of those summers is a summer jam starring junie, catch a keeper is a joint starring the brides, hydrolic pump was the other stand out cut with george, and sly stone singing, this should have been big but it was'nt. the other cuts are lame to me but still if you wanna know how george and the parliament funkadelic funked in the 80's get this-then pick up computer games, and you should'nt nuf bit fish."
Sherance M. Brothers | 12/13/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This is not the pure unadulterated kind of funk you might be expecting having only heard Parliament/Funkadelic's earlier work, or only having seen the P.Funk All-Stars live. Rather, it is more of a funky strain of disco, slightly cheesy at times (was that a drum machine I just heard?) But as we all know George Clinton and his crew have more funk in their little toes then most funk bands could ever hope to have. U.D.G. is a good addition to any collection, especially if like G.C.'s Greatest Funkin' Hits. If you want "da bomb", invest in the live 4 CD set: Parliament-Funkadelic Live 1976-1993, and be blown away..."