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Funkadelic - Maggot Brain


1Hit It And Quit It
2Maggot Brain
3Super Stupid
4Back In Our Minds
5You And Your Folks, Me And My Folks
6Can You Get To That
7Wars Of Armageddon


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WB 2007, WB-2007Funkadelic Maggot Brain ‎(LP, Album, Uni)Westbound Records, Westbound RecordsWB 2007, WB-2007US1971
WB 2007Funkadelic Maggot Brain ‎(LP, Album, Gat)Janus RecordsWB 2007Canada1971
9098-2007Funkadelic Maggot Brain ‎(LP, Album, Gat)Westbound Records9098-2007Canada1971
6310 201Funkadelic Maggot Brain ‎(LP, Album)Janus Records6310 201UK1971
WBCD 772007Funkadelic Maggot Brain ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Westbound RecordsWBCD 772007US2005


  • Executive-ProducerArmen Boladian
  • Management [In Charge Of The Eegangas]Bernie Mendelson
  • ProducerGeorge Clinton


Catalog number WB 2007 on j-card, WB2007 on cassette shell.


  • Published By – Bridgeport Music, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Westbound Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Westbound Records, Inc.


Funkadelic - Maggot Brain 1971 01 Maggot Brain 00:00 02 Can You Get to That 10:20 03 Hit It and Quit It 13:11 04 You and Your Folks. Maggot Brain. Eddie Hazel, George Clinton. Alpha Pup Records от лица компании Westbound. Текст песни: Mother Earth is pregnant for the third time For yall have knocked her up I have tasted the maggots in the mind of the universe I was not Brain is the third studio album by the American funk band Funkadelic, released by Westbound Records in July 1971. It was produced by band leader George Clinton and recorded at United Sound Systems in Detroit during late 1970 and early 1971. It was the final album recorded by the original Funkadelic lineup after its release, original members Tawl Ross, Billy Nelson, and Tiki Fulwood left the band for various reasons. Album 1971 10 Songs. Maggot Brain has a lot in common with contemporaneous works by Sly Stone and Jimi Hendrix, but Funkadelic wasnt a great black rock band, they were simply a great rock band. The album is celebratory, but crucially, it begins with the title track, nine mournful minutes given over entirely to guitarist Eddie Hazel, who wails at the heavens in a sublime and anguished expression of the human condition. though the Mothership was well on its way already, Maggot Brain really helped it take off. The instrumental title track is the key reason to listen, specifically for Eddie Hazel's lengthy, mind-melting solo. George Clinton famously told Hazel to play like your momma had just died, and the resulting evocation of melancholy and sorrow doesn't merely rival Jimi Hendrix's work, but arguably bests a lot of it. Funkadelic - Maggot Brain 1971. To favorites 18 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Funkadelic - Maggot Brain 1971. Funkadelic - Maggot Brain. Funkadelic - Can You Get To That. Funkadelic - Hit It And Quit It. Nikkvas74. За Maggot Brain отдельное спасибо. Super Stupid тоже ничего. Да Maggot Brain шикарная вещь. И ведь что интересно,эта группа вроде как полигон для Parliament,другого его проекта,была. А звучит намного интереснее. В первых альбомах заметно как он в блюзе искал. FUNKADELIC Maggot Brain 1971 10 минут чистой психоделии и хендриксовских запилов от гитариста Funkadelic Эдди Хейзела. соавтор выдающийся музыкант и продюсер Джордж Клинтон однофамилец, если чо Название композиции Maggot Brain Мозговая личинка таит в. Funkadelic Maggot Brain 1971. 21st, 2017 at 9:44 AM. blues in rock. FUNKADELIC Maggot Brain 1971. Listen free to Funkadelic Maggot Brain Maggot Brain, Can You Get to That and more. 7 tracks 33:35. It starts with a crackle of feedback shooting from speaker to speaker and a voice intoning, Mother Earth is pregnant for the third time, for y'all have knocked her up. I have tasted the maggots of the mind of the universe. I was not offended. For I knew I had to rise above it all or drown in my own shit This could only have been utterly bizarre back in 1971 and it's no less so decades later though the Mothership was well on its way already, Maggot Brain really helped it take off. Vince Aletti. That said, we can progress to a more balanced appreciation of the third Funkadelic album. In it, the group continues their rather limited exploration of the dark side of psychedelia - a shattered, desolate landscape with few pleasures. In between Maggot Brain and Armageddon, the opening and closing cuts, is an uneven group of shorter, more precise funk songs. One of these, Can You Get to That, is a reworking of an old Parliaments single, What You Been Growing, written by the producer here, George Clinton. The changes the song has been put through are indicative of Clintons declining inspiration as a songwriter. Maggot Brain was an explosive record, bursting at the seams with exactly the kind of larger than life sound a band called Funkadelic should have made. Too bad most of the band left afterwards. From here on out, Funkadelic would devote increasingly more time to maintaining and expanding their appeal. Albums like Let's Take It to the Stage and Standing on the Verge of Getting It on also reissued, along with Tales of Kidd Funkadelic were considerably less freaked-out than the early stuff, but alongside Parliament's concurrent music, helped turn Clinton's empire into one of the biggest acts in music


Funkadelic - Maggot Brain

Performer: Funkadelic

Title: Maggot Brain

Country: US

Release date: 1971

Label: Westbound Records

Style: P.Funk, Psychedelic Rock

Catalog: WB 2007, WB2007

Genre: Rock / Funk and Soul

Size MP3: 1119 mb

Size FLAC: 1267 mb

Rating: 4.7 / 5

Votes: 584

Record source: Cassette, Album

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