Parliament – Live P-Funk Earth Tour

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Parliament – Live P-Funk Earth Tour

Parliament - Live P-Funk Earth Tour

01. P-Funk (Wants To Get Funked Up)
02. Dr. Funkenstein’s Supergroovalisticprosifunkstication Medley
03. Do That Stuff
04. The Landing (Of The Holy Mothership)
05. The Undisco Kidd (The Girl Is Bad!)
06. Children Of Productions
07. Swing Down, Sweet Chariot
08. This Is The Way We Funk With You
09. Dr. Funkenstein
10. Gamin’ On Ya!
11. Tear The Roof Off The Sucker Medley
12. Night Of The Thumpasorus People
13. Fantasy Is Reality *

* The last track from the original double LP release was omitted on the CD reissue

VOCALS: George Clinton, Calvin Simon, Fuzzy Haskins, Raymond Davis, Grady Thomas, Garry Shider, Glen Goins, Debbie Wright, Jeanette Washington
HORNS: Fred Wesley, Maceo Parker, Rick Gardner, Richard Griffin
BASS: Cordell Mosson, Bootsie Collins
GUITARS: Garry Shider, Michael Hampton, Glen Goins, Eddie Hazel
EXTRA-SINGING CLONES: Lynn Mabry, Dawn Silva, Gary Cooper
HORN ARRANGEMENTS: Fred Wesley, Bernie Worrell
RHYTHM ARRANGEMENTS: Bootsie Collins, George Clinton

Live: P-Funk Earth Tour is a 1977 Parliament live double album that documents the band’s P-Funk Earth Tour of that year. The performances include songs from Parliament’s albums through The Clones of Dr. Funkenstein as well as songs from the Funkadelic repertoire. The album is made up of portions of two performances from January 1977 at the Oakland Coliseum and the Los Angeles Forum.

The track “The Landing (Of The Holy Mothership)” is a musical montage that mixes clips of various P-Funk recordings with broadcast news-style commentary from George Clinton. The original vinyl release contained a 22 × 33″ inch poster of George Clinton dressed as Dr. Funkenstein, as well as an iron-on t-shirt transfer that boasted the slogan “Take Funk To Heaven in ’77!”. “Parliament Live” became the group’s third album to be certified gold.
(Source : Wikipedia)