Live At Montreux 2004
George Clinton, Parliament & Funkadelic
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Like a funk version of the Grateful Dead, George Clinton has spent the last 35 years touring the globe with various incarnations of Parliament-Funkadelic. This concert recording captures one such appearance, at Montreux in 2004. The band is looser and the arrangements more unfurled than they were in the ‘70s, but as soon as you hear the fat-bottom bass of “Bop Gun” and “Flashlight” you realize this music belongs to no one but Clinton and company. The band features a mixture of older players and newcomers, among them Kendra Foster (whose smoked-out soulfulness elevates “Bounce 2 This”) and rapper Sativa (Clinton’s granddaughter). The younger voices connect Clinton to the hip-hop generation, and keep the concert from becoming a nostalgia trip. A stoned, slowed-down rendition of “Not Just Knee Deep” shows Clinton’s refusal to simply sleepwalk through the hits. The entire concert feels like a living, breathing celebration — fans expect nothing less from a band that has long prided itself on its powers of reinvention.
How is it possible
How is it possible that iTunes doesn't have the original version of not just knee deep?
Where is the Original?????
Where is the Original version of Knee Deep? and Why ITunes do not have it? and How can I get it????
"How is it possible that ITUNE's does not have the Original version of Not Just Knee Deep" , pt.II
So WHY? cause i be hurt'n for it TOO. it is a classic, I am a hispanic 50 ish woman who used to belong to the "Funk Mod" back in the day. For a couple of years I've hit the ITUNE's Funk folks and still no "Not Just Knee Deep" ... just this other wanna be stuff. We need the Original hard hitting one. Please give tha fans what they want! I wants ta git my funk on! yo querro, Knee Deep !
Born: July 22, 1940 in Kannapolis, NC
Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s