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Live at Meadowbrook, Rochester, Michigan 12th September 1971 [LP]
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Album: Live at Meadowbrook, Rochester, Michigan 12th September 1971 [LP]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Alice in my Fantasies
2)    Maggot Brain
3)    I Call My Baby Pussycat [Fast Version]
4)    I Call My Baby Pussycat
5)    Good Old Music
6)    I Got a Thing, You Got a Thing, Everybody's Got a Thing
7)    All Your Goodies Are Gone (The Loser's Seat)
8)    I'll Bet You
9)    You and Your Folks, Me and My Folks
10)    Free Your Mind and Your Ass Will Follow [Iinstrumental]
 

Album: Live at Meadowbrook, Rochester, Michigan 12th September 1971 [LP]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Alice in my Fantasies
2)    Maggot Brain
3)    I Call My Baby Pussycat [Fast Version]
4)    I Call My Baby Pussycat
5)    Good Old Music
6)    I Got a Thing, You Got a Thing, Everybody's Got a Thing
7)    All Your Goodies Are Gone (The Loser's Seat)
8)    I'll Bet You
9)    You and Your Folks, Me and My Folks
10)    Free Your Mind and Your Ass Will Follow [Iinstrumental]
 
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  • Not released until 1996, this was an unusual gig for the band, which was breaking in a new rhythm section (this may have been this lineup's first show) without much or any rehearsal. You can't tell from this 77-minute disc, which offers a typically amorphous, free-floating set of black rock -- which is to say, judged by most standards, it's not typical music at all. Seguing from spaced-out jams to occasional numbers with vocals by George Clinton, and throwing in imaginative improvisations by guitarist Eddie Hazel and keyboardist Bernie Worrell, it sounds something like a combination of Jimi Hendrix, James Brown, and Sun Ra. The 14-minute "Maggot Brain" verges on prog rock/psychedelia (in the good sense), with its almost mystical guitar lines; earthier pleasures are offered with cuts like "I Call My Baby Pussycat" (two versions). The fidelity is pretty good, though the vocals lack the presence of the instruments. Funkadelic are still shown to their best advantage on their studio recordings of the era, but this is certainly a fascinating find for fans, augmented by detailed liner notes about the gig by Rob Bowman. ~ Richie Unterberger
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