Parliament, Funkadelic - Cosmic Slop '89 mp3 flac download
|Title:||Cosmic Slop '89|
|MP3 album size:||1912 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1777 mb|
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It was Halloween night and Parliament Funkadelic was about to tear the roof off the Houston Summit, ready to bless the crowd with their cosmic brew of interplanetary funk
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Cosmic Slop is the fifth studio album by Funkadelic, released in July 1973 on Westbound Records. While it has been favorably reevaluated by critics long after its original release, the album was a commercial failure, producing no charting singles, and reaching only on the Billboard pop chart and on the R&B chart
A slightly more scattershot album than the group's other early efforts, with generally short tracks (only two break the five-minute barrier) and some go-nowhere ballads, Cosmic Slop still has plenty to like about it, not least because of the monstrous title track. A bitter, heartbreaking portrait of a family on the edge, made all the more haunting and sad by the sweet vocal work - imagine an even more mournful "Papa Was a Rollin' Stone" - the chorus is a killer, with the devil invited to the dance while the band collectively fires up the funk.
Album · 1973 · 10 Songs. Cosmic Slop presents a relatively focused-though still wildly lic. Nappy Dugout" is a riotous, wholly unique celebration of the female anatomy; with full-throated backing vocals and catchy hooks, "You Can't Miss What You Can't Measure" and "This Broken Heart" are would-be psychedelic-soul hits. More seriously, the dirgey, downtuned "March to the Witch's Castle" details a Vietnam vet's return to the .
Cosmic Slop is the first Funkadelic album to feature artwork and liner notes by Pedro Bell, who assumed responsibility for the band’s gate-fold album covers and liner notes until the band’s collapse after 1981’s The Electric Spanking of War Babies. Bell’s liner notes to Cosmic Slop include small illustrations next to each song’s name, summarizing the song in a picture.
For the album, see Funkadelic (album). Not to be confused with Parliament (band) or c. Funkadelic was an American band that was most prominent during the 1970s. The band and its sister act Parliament, both led by George Clinton, pioneered the funk music culture of that decade Funkadelic. After first leaving the band, Eddie Hazel spent a year in jail after assaulting an airline stewardess and air marshal while under the influence of PCP, then he returned to make major contributions to the 1974 album Standing on the Verge of Getting It On.
Album: Cosmic Slop (1973). Charted: 102. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. One of the most potent grooves in the P-Funk canon, "Cosmic Slop" is also one of their most lyrically incisive tracks, telling the story of a woman with five children who works as a prostitute to feed her family. A God-fearing woman, she prays to the Lord, justifying her sins by pleading that she's doing it for her kids. Cosmic Slop," running 5:17 on the album, was cut down to 3:20 and released as a single, the only one from the album. More songs from Funkadelic. More songs about prostitutes. More songs with celestial titles. More songs from 1973.
From Funkadelic to Parliament and back again, climb in the mothership and navigate the ultimate c records to own on vinyl. After releasing debut album Osmium in 1970 (the first record in the P-Funk canon), Parliament had a few quiet years until Up For The Down Stroke arrived. Parliament, on the other hand, who had Bootsy Collins on bass and fellow James Brown alumni Fred Wesley and Maceo Parker on horns, were opting for more soulful material and that is the case on Up For The Down Stroke
|3||Let's Take It To The Stage||3:35|
|7||Give Up The Funk||15:29|
|8||One Nation Under A Groove||7:35|
- Recorded At – MZA Ariake
- Bass – Rodney Curtis
- Drums – Dennis Chambers
- Guitar – Dewayne McKnight, Eddie Hazel, Michael Hampton
- Horn – Bennie Cowan, Greg Boyer, Greg Thomas
- Keyboards – Amp Fiddler, David Spradley
- Lead Vocals – Garry Shider, George Clinton
- Percussion – Lelan Zales
- Vocals – Lige Curry, Michael Payne, Robert "P-Nut" Johnson
NotesLive At Ariake MZA, Tokyo 9/17/'89.
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