20 Burst results for "George Clinton"

"george clinton" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

05:09 min | 6 months ago

"george clinton" Discussed on Launch Left

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"george clinton" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

03:21 min | 6 months ago

"george clinton" Discussed on Launch Left

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"george clinton" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

07:06 min | 6 months ago

"george clinton" Discussed on Launch Left

"People like one of the most intense ufo sightings I haven't really witnessed till then. It was really remarkable I know the you and buzi collins hadn't experienced similarly and it was an other worldly experience for you all right. let real. I mean real down to the point took that had to be some kind of time lapse. Cousin started in the morning but the experiment ended. Madonna was telling me she was going to be as she said. You seem like you've seen a ghost. took us that long realize. Wait a minute we. I got that it should have been more coming up studio blah blah blah in the beginning and then when they hit the car it was night. Streetlights was coming on and we didn't put that together for years. We just happened to be talking about it. The first impression was you. I see light like lightning in daylight. That was we that was the be but then the resolving of it was that the street bates was coming on as we was getting back to know to the neighborhood. Everything was totally black. St was could go out with. I mean you going down as we were driving to the house. My daughter says she's going to bed and it shouldn't have been no basis. We have been getting up. They've been talking about it more. And the government's been releasing more about it which i find really interesting trying to tell us a big their friend on president snitch tape right. I know i was thinking about in general usually right when a president gets worn in. They get all kinds of top secret information and And and i was thinking that i was like it must be really difficult for some some residents not to talk about every well. I think you're in florida. And i grew up in florida. I saw you perform at janice landing in the nineties. Landing is a beautiful venue. And i remember that very well as an incredible show. What you've given to the world of music is unquantifiable. I appreciate so much that you shared so much of your time with me and talk to me today and without further ado i'd love to bring on your granddaughter to nisha our right. Welcome to the show to nation nelson. Nice and are you. You make music. Is that right to nisha. Yeah so i think with p funk. I toured with the band and then My cousin i we have group talking and the red and then all the young folks young crew we have a crew called. Gp so third generation of people and Yeah like it's all. It's all in the family. That's so cool. I love that three. Gp three generations of p funk and is there going to be like an album out under that name. yes so we all. We're all according we all have our own individual thing going on but we're definitely gonna put together an album with granddad and Yeah it's it's cool because we're all different right. Everybody has their own swag. Everybody has shown sound so. The album will be dealt for sure. Yeah and i are other members of your family going to be included in three. Gpa assumes so it'll just be like a family affair and some friends to that worked at that is how it works is a lot of us. Yeah that's awesome. Sounds familiar yet right. Exactly i feel like most of the grandkids all of the grandkids do music at the we do music or they work on the business side of things so it's like a family affair every we grant has pulled us all in. That's so cool. Nothing like family and to surround yourself with family with what you do especially when you're make doing creative things such a. There's something about family that it's like. There's a language that family speaks. It's much quicker than other people right. So it's a lot easier in some ways and then there are some things that sometimes complicated it too but you value. It's a little different when when the celebration comes like we did it and yes all in house. So that's that's the part that feels amazing but of course like you know is a hierarchy in every family. So you know it's like the older cousins look at us like. Hey hey now you still baby and if not i'm gonna go grain so we we have that we have that randy's how this is awesome so we've added another member of three. Gp brandy scott's so i love it three generations of p funk. I get it apart here. We go here we are. We're talking three generations right now right. Yes ep three. Gp i love it. Well when can we expect music from utah We should be having some new music soon. We together now. Ten damage slowed us down a little bit but it gave him a stab to organize a real so now especially to a new president here. Then bible be really got that a vaccine in. We re them the real vaccine. Give some conjecture we a company. We actually did Medicaid fraud dogs. Which was as parliament album which three. Gp was you know. predominantly-owned We actually did live versions of that with that show and we actually put it on vinyl. We just give it to release the bible of that. So is actually parliament record. But it's featuring three gp in the is gone over well because we've become shake the gate medley is actually but we Viable in Alive house in london historical place so the release snap with them being featured in. That's going to be the first thing been soon. After that we releasing the calculation of all of that work together yard just a pleasure to to spend time with. Okay thanks name have a wonderful day. Such a pleasure to meet you all george. Thank you for your service to the planet and music. You've really changed the world thank you. This is george. Dr fucking stan clinton. And i'm here with three g. P. few cuts from my last album medicaid fraud adult featuring three gdp coal power in the rest.

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"george clinton" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

23:09 min | 6 months ago

"george clinton" Discussed on Launch Left

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"george clinton" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

03:58 min | 10 months ago

"george clinton" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Okay this is definitely going to like at any point was one nation under groove about to be parliament or you just like now that was that was straight from the moment we cut it was cutting from funk Adelie. Had just got with us. On One Nation. Okay, it just got with. So we took the equipment out of the box. Plan on brand new equipment. So they was in boozers hell. In that just came off in we did creased out this girl gave me the title from DC. Say Young how when nation the group. So I just started saying that you know one nature. and. That was a chance and. That was the Cook Song. I delegate like really hit but that that was that was going to be funky belly. Deep. was definitely for functionality Cappelli. How do you know when a song is done? Because a lot of your songs are maybe eight to nine miniature courses or many parts that add up to a bigger picture for any dog is like twelve core is GonNa say if you. If you type in atomic dog edit I'm certain that you'll find someone's version of the song and would you'll hear parts of the song that you never knew existed before but. Like would view is just like any idea works just put it on tape and it'll find a home or. Like how do you? How do you structure what goes here for Abe bars in? The change my theory on that lately because they got snapped Chanson short songs tiktok. So they can't be long songs too much more though I. Make Myself Stop. Otherwise I just I just be going. A creative crazy and I know that they can edit and take parts out it. Really makes you know I you're the originator that like because you know if you tell somebody sing. Not just maybe. There's a part you can choose and bill. This eight hooks and we all know when The same level of the print said, he's a man you got eight songs in in the deep. Sampling each part to make a whole song out of it. Yeah absolutely. That's what made it. Great. Thank. Man I'm accountable up till I. Remember that I got. I got. He's. Now. This is this conversation is long overdue. I. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. My Heart. Let's do this. Let's do this man. We will do this and congrats on your your freedom and your your legacy. Thank you very much. Shit bag for. You got anybody that really was the. Join in on getting their stuff. Let me know and. I'll be called. Yes lie and. Steven Tikolo. This quest left supreme, Grand. Imperial. got. Himself George Clinton George. Thank you very much. We will next go round of listen pay. Plus love supreme is a production of I heart radio. For more podcast for my heart radio, visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Support request love. Supreme. comes. From facebook.

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"george clinton" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

03:43 min | 10 months ago

"george clinton" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Go. Go I was about to ask about relationship with DC because Gogo go go go go just had a little than funk bid go-goes. go-goes religion they don't want to get out of DC. I'll take you. Know I'M BEING DECEIVED PEOPLE WANTED TO GET out but I'm saying that industry. That's that's some some other kind of ood. We call it Yuga Google? I mean that works. Okay. Bigger. Starve a go go band get stay you. Saying. They hope they don't play your. Record Gogo. Better than you. See that happening. Now men chuck men. Chuck's we worked together. He was calling the go. When history sold that he did was. I don't care about Kobe win you. You to. Wage Jihad. Tiki was playing with us then and play with them, and that was they grew for years before they became you know a Gogol ban soul searching. You know what there's. There's an interview that I heard from you in nineteen eighty. I think this is when I'm. Eighteen was O parliaments A. Trump. You did a month long residency. I think you were promoting doing a month long residency at the Apollo Theater. We get the we kept the open, the close, the Dow yeah. I was GonNa say, could you talk about how does one do a month long residency at the power? We needed someplace to rehearse the new theatrical show a popsicle stick. That was trump relation album. We needed someplace to rehearsal papers with us. That's He was oncogenes army. So we need to rehearse and they needed to keep the being open humanitarian down. We did our stunt there for molly play that after. And James Brown played up them that we kept it open pro the ass off because they didn't have no heating. Now Nice and furnished and yeah, it's really you know more rats but back in nineteen eighty, what was it? That was the labor low was almost it was almost closed like I. We haven't been open that much and I forget the people own it at the time. Was An hustlers. Only but they kept it alive. I'm rapper fire now. I, got a Head back to the sixties. Is it true? I heard a rumor that you are one of the background singers on Barbara Lewis Hello Stranger That's not you. Know Okay I'll always. Always. Loved that song at Lewis, a friend of mine. Who's pretty much signal and everything I did. Do is one of the hot button soul. She's saying no all. Dionne Dionne Jackson and Barbara. Lewis all little song that sounded like smoking. Okay Okay I asked you this when I was doing the the the DJ set. So you're you're telling me that some random guy came up to you. And said, I can play guitar pretty good. If you give me twenty five bucks. And just for kicks, you decided to let him see see what would happen..

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"george clinton" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:31 min | 10 months ago

"george clinton" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"And you can look. To your left you can see street lights only again and as we pull up but by this time is nineteen and We don't realize this I. Don't. We don't talk about realize for ye it. My daughter said. The goats. GimMe Kiss I'm getting ready to go to bed now that should've let us know. Let us know that. Ten o'clock in the morning to going to bed this Sim o'clock at night we didn't realize that for years that that had taken place like that at Tommy Lapse. BOOT to the SEM. What time did we get there when we was coming from the student in remember? The Bob Era who is she doing? She's going to. Jimmy anything said we never thought about that the years as crazy. Chemical Substances. I think. About it we just got across the border. We're just come across the border into Canada so we didn't handle trinity. Oh Canadian. Trendy Chemical Subpeona. The. Truly believe that we are the only. Beings of this level and this entire galaxy. No. But the fact that George Clinton's saw aliens means everything is perfectly corrected the world. Event like. He did I believe everything? He's saying he thought is either before he didn't. Here. Their listen Northglenn softener there. Don't let me ask you so. What is what drew you to? You know next sunrise I don't know any other black figure in music. That deals with out. With the exception of Earth Wind five point five that deals with Afra-. Future. ISM. And you know out say that. I'm glad. Hendrix yes. Yes. Absolutely Jimmy Andrew. Ima thing is, is that I'm glad you brought up UFO story because it's like even in preparing for this interview. With you with like at the time in seventy, six, seventy, seven close encounters of the third time in Star Wars, I tried watching Star Wars. I'm famous for falling, asleep, during star will or is. I'm sorry this is a film that. Any. Dog I've yet I've seen star wars but I have not gotten through one concur like s what your? Own, which is. which but how were you able to get into because I think Richard Pryor once brought up the fact that A lot of black people aren't into science fiction because we rarely see us like painted future. In allowed this production, but you were our vision of. An Afro futurist society. So what what brought that on like? What made you? Not. Just want to make people say they ask in dance like most people like most people live in the present I feel black music whereas you're talking about Star Trek think. Star Trek. Addicted to that. By the time I saw star wars that was like a cowboy and western movie that was like for kids. But I liked it it was a kid but already into. The mothership theories. Decide five that stunt was more story. I was always into that when it came time to. Make a record album WANNA do a funk opera. That's when we started thinking about chocolate city. Want to. Put blacks places where they were narrowly seen. That will that was cool thing to do. So the next one I put them at night space didn't see no black people nobody Aurora the. Out there. But what about you to do that alien spaceship rounding like the Cadillac? That's all disconnection place to be you know mothership connection that work..

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"george clinton" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

02:53 min | 10 months ago

"george clinton" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

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"george clinton" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

03:05 min | 10 months ago

"george clinton" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Source Material. Do you have and can we have them yet? For me out, mean like my all time. Favorite people song. Is New spaceship. A Song Ice Musically has created twenty years before you even completed it in ninety seven. So how many other like uncooked ideas you have to sitting in the vault that could come out today and still work? Have you heard? Have you heard sampled some of this in? Samples Limited. Confessional. Subjects out. I purchased sample some sample, some of that never opened it. Because I think my. Always. Thought while is probably throw away stuff in you know I'm sure all the prime P funk stuff is on actual records. and. So it wasn't until I talked to DJ premiere the there's about four or five years ago. And I asked him a question about a sample. It was a now sample and he says Oh yeah, these drums I got because my favorite premier sounding drums I ask like, where do you get these drums from? and. He said the George Clinton sample some of this, some of that pet like so nauseous represent drums. practically all of the hard to earn album. Drums come from that. Some Ajay Ruse second album. Wrath the mess. Rather mind blown, and then when I went to I, wanted to kick myself 'cause like I it took me Fifteen sixteen years to open up this record. Patience and just sat down and listened to it. I could have been ahead of the game, but you know Erick sermon used to use it. To yes. I gave him a copy of it down Galax, Austin Studio, and most of like you say you said they didn't open people like if you give it to them then it's interesting. They they find it. Took a lot of people a long time that you can look at it because we were saying here. I was saying about that album is that. Multiple samples came from we have the whole tracks those songs song came out on the family series. But a lot of number came out at all. Still that's a lot of those samples came from songs that were released. You know. Maybe, some appeal was in the. Family series which people don't know about those. While I was Gonna say even with the family series. Okay. So there are some captain obvious questions I'm GonNa, ask you. The Judy Morrison Song on that. Family. Series. lupus spirit super spirit. I think that's the most eccentric. Creative moment. In in a life that was always a centric..

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"george clinton" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:18 min | 10 months ago

"george clinton" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"The medical your metaphor everything because that album particular is such. A clever out like a political commentator but using dogs as. Your captain. Jean what was the genesis of that? Album I. Did call Dope Dogs, right? Yes. Cindy Okay Dope Dogs, I have a whole story for that. I wanted to do cartoon animation everything but I never would give it to anybody all the characters in. So I tried to do as many dog don't don't. You know dog related song just to keep that concept alive. So I use it in Medicaid fraud dog because it was based on laboratory. Studies on dogs when they do studies on dogs, perfumes shit like that built dogs come but not only the drug dogs. But this time the dogs were sniffing out the political bullshit the in in the ah Bama care all the different names they wanna call it onto the pair of political drug scene everything's about everything's about drugs. The whole world is talking about how they're going to get their medicaid. Don't get into that whole thing. The dog is sniffing out that information and most of been. Own Stuff on medicine. And create new diseases with the drugs they give us, they give it a center in those drugs give side of which with to be a whole new flock of patients. Okay, they decide to fix worse than the disease. That's what I'm saying and designer designers side effects like designer drugs. That's the air we live in now where we need into them, you know. Robots androids human. It'll be a blurred line in a minute. It's you know. So the dog, take a dog to sniff out the instincts of a dog primal. This Mayton with his. Sniffer note would it. Be Training. Out. If and if he's sniffing drugs, you get high from sniffing on drugs. So dogs get a happy. So you know the dog be. doped up. These are the dogs. The character got this dog the got on relationships, the drugs, but there's a police dog. Whether the dope dealer who likes to make their dog spike in in the dogs are like. You used to give me a reward. Mya. Joy Snippets. A treat you know has how they. Train. The Dog. So that only want to get a dog treat. You know. These dogs get together and they got their own. You Know Ninja Turtles. These dogs are like that. You know of like Wooton. I. got a thing on drugs they don't. You know they impartial to the political? Discrepancies, they just deal with drugs so. partiality to fucking dog. Tom Makes. A new. Got More. than. One is coming. I got one that's coming out this bill go hurt. Who Doll? It's going to be going to be stepping on. United. Dancing Tommy Dog. It'll be stepping on this company. They will be that it'll. Be Steph this. Is. Your booty not move. But you're you're. I. Love. When she? Ain't got nothing involuntary. Toy. How how long did it take to make the? The Medicaid. Fraud dog album. You saw. Thirty eight years, but since the last parliament record but. Will between Devon. Shake. The Gate. In that, it took about three years..

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 Hannity's antics at a Trump rally crossed a line, even for Fox News

The Beat with Ari Melber

02:21 min | 2 years ago

Hannity's antics at a Trump rally crossed a line, even for Fox News

"Than the actual, original factual video info wars created it. This comes days after Sean Hannity and other FOX personalities took the stage to officially campaign. Gene in in-person endorsement of the Republicans and Donald Trump at the midterms, and they publicly said, they wouldn't do that. By the way, all those people in the back are fake news. The one thing that has made and defined your presidency more than anything else. Promises made promises kept this the president. Thank you. Hannity had told everyone who listens to him. He would not be taking the stage which shows you what he thinks of his own followers. A FOX spokesperson afterwards said this appearance was quote, a distraction that has been quote addressed. It was no distraction. It was the core of the pre mid term event. I have a few people that are right out here. And they're very special. They've done at credible job for us. They've been with us from the beginning. Also, I'm going to start by saying Sean, Hannity come on up. Sean how? That is what everyone saw and the official White House pool report from that event notes that afterwards, Sean, Hannity, high five another government paid worker Bill shine. He's the White House communications director. He was also Sean Hannity's longtime boss at Fox News. Tomorrow's friday. And I want you to know we have a special fallback with legends like George Clinton Carole king in our own Harry Smith that's tomorrow on the beat don't miss it. The fact of the matter was he was this is a story that is not well now, let's stuck in my mind about this was in the white, but it really should be especially maybe now. Oh my God. He to Matto MSNBC present search bag man to subscribe now.

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Rami Malek's response to question about Freddie Mercury being a gay icon doesn't go so well

Mason & Ireland

01:59 min | 2 years ago

Rami Malek's response to question about Freddie Mercury being a gay icon doesn't go so well

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"george clinton" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"george clinton" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"A secret it's two minutes of magic for anyone who's ever felt dreamy by the time it got to the balcony i was nearly in tears sort of combination laughter feelings tears also check out other cool new toys for our sensitive oil line about the knees for when they're ready to announce something shattered mere to examine the complex contradictions of there being sausage factory snl an hour and a half of live tv every week somebody's gotta put on the trump wig somebody says live from new york that's all fine it's good but sometimes somebody sneaks in something really special something for us get it because it's not for you because you have everything everything it's for you and this one thing it's for that's my shot that's all for this week's bulls eye bulls eye is recorded at maximum fund or world headquarters overlooking macarthur park ceautiful los angeles california just recently here in the park firefighters climbed up their fire truck ladders to spray a bunch of water into the lake was fine lakes are made of water so they were just adding more water to it show is produced by speaking into microphones our producer is kevin ferguson he had help from casey o'brien our production fellows at maximum fun dot org are hey soussan broszio and shane delory a our senior producer laura swisher are interstitial music was provided to us by dj w k dan wally are things song was recorded by the go team thanks to them and their label memphis industries records for letting us use it if you'd like to

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"george clinton" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

05:06 min | 3 years ago

"george clinton" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Not who's there depression you know so for me stand up was about it was auto biographical i chose to be like that from the beginning because no one can take those jokes away from you no one can ever steal those jokes away the they can't agai can't really do that and really own it and for me i think that i started doing stand up after my mom passed away because i couldn't afford therapy and i started stand up really kinda talking about serious things from the getgo so it kind of became my thing in a way because so many people started really connecting with what i was saying and it kind of felt cathartic have you had the opportunity to have therapy since i actually just started therapy again this is how fun like i started therapy i went the first time and two thousand two thousand ten and i was really depressed i didn't know what it was doing and i just needed help and and my boyfriend at the time took me to be and the last session that i could afford the therapist told me you know you're suffering from severe depression we're gonna talk about that next week and i was like well this is a to be continued no we're not i i stopped going 'cause i couldn't afford it anymore i couldn't afford i had no insurance i was really broke and i i'm not and just imagining instead of those like chimes that you hear that signify the hour is over i'm sorry we're out of time it was just bump bump exactly it's exactly what it was it seems like and you know i'm i'm basing this on my experience with my own family members that there there is i think for some people the feeling that like part of enduring the unendurable that when we like go up against the hugest problems in our life like real poverty your mother was a single mother coup with an immigrant frustration immigrants so and so forth that like even acknowledging that they are problems or asking for help is just going to be the you know the piece that falls out of the seawall and the oceans just gonna share subsume everything i also grew up in a neighborhood where you know the kids would make fun of you tried to better yourself you know what are you doing reading that's dumb like why you read it and you know it say so it's like that thing where you kind of in my neighborhood it was always very we were very used to just suffering and accepting that that's life suffering so it wasn't until i moved out from that neighborhood that i realized life was different like people had things i didn't know existed you know i didn't know air conditioning was available in houses till i was in high school note maybe junior high but maybe high school i had to go do a school project at a friend's house and i walked it and i'm like why is your house oh cold because i loved cold we didn't have air conditioning it's like oh is it too cold i'll just a lower the ac which i had heard at school like i thought i thought only businesses had them and then when i found that out on like oh my god and i remember going home until my mom there's air conditioning for homes my was like yes stupid we can't afford it of course no no one one tell me that you know that kind of stuff by wife and i have been together since high school and like one of the first things i found out about her was that until until high school she believed based on the cooking of her father who was quite young when she was born that a burrito was a tortilla with refried beans and slices of cucumber never heard that i just thought that was what a burrito tell me about the town that you grew up in because i have never been to south texas i don't know what it's like i grew up in a little town called san juan texas which i always tell people that i grew up in mcallen because that's the big town and even then people like what it's a border town and growing up we used to go to mexico every monday to visit my grandmother and people don't understand in the border town this is what's interesting is that culturally we talk about immigration and we talk about like you know people are coming here and taking away jobs and everything actually where i.

"george clinton" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"george clinton" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"The longest but you can't do that is crack at the same sainteanne it don't work you know and that was trying to do that but you have to stop just because you can't take bids and they know you can how did you do it head start i i just got rundown frustrated tired and rundown got seat once i got sick just to know what to do once i got the risk my whole thing was okay to make production i got defined the weeds to they net want to get all that to do is think about the music was being missed with so right then if i caught these people off god straightening up i'll be able to go real fans before they realized that i'm not getting be able to do a lot of stuff and that was my only thing to do it two no nothing dope ain't that good when you think back to your career what period of time do you think the most of off you know probably all living the fund but you know remember the mothership of course but also running around in detroit doing from testified to bitch doing the psychedelic era that was fun is held do up days back in jersey in plainfield was all different kinds of the hip hop days of course it's been really fun because it always seemed like os scooting supposed to be out of here but we still have so much fun on the stage rate now the ban that still be fun to me that's what i keep doing what george i really appreciate you taking the time to come on his show really great to get to talk to you okay thanks again george clinton from two thousand fourteen if you haven't checked out a record of is i don't know where i mean maggot brain by funke delic is one if you really like cars i've a big fan of mothership connection by parliament my daughter's favorite song is on there it's called night of the source people's she likes it because i told her that it is about dinosaurs learning to dance the latest parliament record is called medicaid fraud dog this song is called i'm gonna make you sick.

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"george clinton" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

05:53 min | 3 years ago

"george clinton" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Charter really almost all of the climate and funky delic records after the first couple years were designed by a guy called pedro bell and he has an incredibly distinctive style that anyone who's ever seen a funky delic record recognizes can king can you tell me about how you met him and how he became like the house artist of the phone pedro used to write me letters up in toronto lived in toronto in the postmaster general game and as me was in some kind of organization you want to know what organization in make sure wouldn't some subversive organizations he's to draw on the lead is the same we do the albums so you've got a little cartoon you know pimps from outer space and maggots and worms and he it was just like it was perfect for funke deli at thought it was kinda cute has to do the album and he did cosmic slop and after that he did all the fucking delegate albums they need legally blood why were you so committed to having this mythological world around parliament in funke delicate in the middle of the seventies i feel they picked last longer than people do anyway you like mickey mouse donald duck they didn't never worry about getting old so i think catches you put the whole thing into perspective it can go years in and yeah out is just getting new stories so that's mainly was coming from you know i grew up in new jersey when with that story hair all the broadway plays was jumping off and rock started becoming you know david to graduate into that so if i'm be should be able to do it too when you got booty and catfish and so onto join your band i imagine that a big part of what was so great about it was how brilliant they were as musicians and our as musicians but was there also part of it that was cooled that you were stealing james brown's band no never never you know or i should say i should say given what i've heard about what it was like to be james brown band maybe liberating james brand no but you know what they always talk like that but they have so much to pay you know to that experience that dave they end up saying how much they learnt from being there do all the crazy if they james about they all tell you that if you said something about his beat is groove you had to pay attention to it it seems like at some point or other almost everybody in the group quit over money yeah that's what you get when you grow up you get married and is no longer just you and your group that becomes a reality so that people have to quit over money's in if it's anything to majority of the situation manages lawyers accountants record companies publishes they all have a very educated way of manipulate net let me ask you this when in the mid nineteen seventies as funk became a sort of dominant sound with james brown and the tail end of sly stone's career what did you think of those guys who had been who success had had predated yours even toured with sly a little bit in the late seventies and you've recorded recently with him he's still my favorite from all of that period is chemistry's always thing but me i like everybody played with us i try to stay close as much as i can to as many as kin as one thing i think about slash group that family was impeccable what's lies health like is but nuts you know in that sick i got sick in straighten up but i got sick and i didn't know don't get sick often he's another one that it it hit him sooner or later but he seemed to be all right rate now yeah more problems like i was evan with the legal stuff in the resident lawyers in manages they got him in such a bad and he just had up in really needs some kind of intervention you know in in the whole legal concept both of us need that i managed to get a team together and fight pretty hard at it but he's like he really needs that can have did you have a hard time peeping your business affairs together in the last you know yes i mean i've just liked actually getting months of less couple years i've been trying for.

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"george clinton" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"george clinton" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Like the beatles in motown and all that was so we we never think miss gigs and nothing like that the dream was bigger than any parties anything when fund alec became parliament funke delic for real in the mid nineteen seventies when when you added the huge pile amend in b hits to the big funke delic you know rock jams what was it like to have this enormous thing that wasn't like anything else in the musical landscape there's nothing else going on in nineteen seventy five that's like oh yeah that's a lot like funk i mean when is problem joe so really have to say buzi to chore because it's still all of that became one big circus day and then you know there's nothing like that because we had budgets and we have success the only thing that they did skit all the record companies was we will to become what they thought another move town when you say when you say george that people were worried that you are going to become another motown you mean that that you are going to become a rival who was an outside rival a threat to them and particularly a maybe a potentially a black owned threat of yeah yeah black owned because black companies have proved that you can rely on them to get up to dance flew the motel they philadelphia's hut they will have stacks was that they were hot i mean it just that's just the way it is when he come too late shaking boot amusing can you describe to me what it was like to put together the live earth tour in in the mid nineteen seventies whoa that was that was beautiful i mean we got hit record furs which was the hit that set it off ted roof of we won't vote that records hit record it became a big pop hit until neil getting me a spaceship and i will do what pink floyd was doing who or the you know late a rock opera like the beatles was doing sergeant pepper or even hair describe what describe what the show looked like before we take a listen to it had to get a big fifty foot spaceship across the states you're the big sixty foot hat denham hat speech was up in glasses from new car headlights on a big spare sunglasses big props on both sides states massive states then yet the boots is set up with all those big cabinets and limousine civil platinum living zine going across the state and about seventy five people on and off to st depending on which group it was well let's take a listen my guest is george clinton this problem and funke delic live in nineteen seventy six.

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"george clinton" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"george clinton" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Testify tell me a little bit about where that sound came from because it's it's pretty different from that do up sound of ten years earlier that's my combination of motown which was having at the moment but at the same time the beatles bob dylan the rolling stone it was it was my version of the funky motown songs and british rock and rolls that you know that they had just thought invading states with you were touring that record when the parliament's started to change into funke delic what were the what were the first changes like what was the first time you know you went onstage without matching suits or something like that you know in that song came out we've playing with a lot of of the sixty bands that was almost psychedelic with the flower shirts beads and things so it didn't take us long to realize that too suits was wasn't even necessary in the first place because we couldn't keep them clean me when making that much money in in the hip thing was to be funky anyway hippies was basically funky where we were naturally because we have no money so it became hip to be a bums i think there's a really interesting contrast between this on that i i wanna play all bet you which is one of the first funke delic records and i wanna testify the one big head of the parliament's in that they they have a lot in common but i'll bet you which came out in nineteen seventy just a couple of years after i wanna testify is sort of on a whole other plane let's take a listen joe.

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"george clinton" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"george clinton" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Coming up my conversation with the living legend the master of the faulk dr funk in stein himself george clinton paid his dues in the mainstream singing doowop writing songs from then with parliament funke delic he developed a look and a sound that was like nothing else before the jimi hendrix was to ruggero we was like two are in be in improbably everything else we was weird to everybody and we'll talk about his trouble gene the business side of things i've been trying for the longest but you can't do that is smoke crack at the same time it don't hurt you know in that was trying to do that if file that one under real talk then later i'll talk with the comedian actress and show runner christel alone so she talks about her childhood inner stand back how she grew up for in south texas i mean actually like her family squatted in an abandoned diner with electricity from an extension cord running from her neighbors backyard she says that for the longest time she ever even realized her life was different at called me because my family and like do diner and everybody start like my brother's advice is like yes stupidly you know a kid i was a kid i had no idea finally i'll tell you about a saturday night live sketch that i connected with on a deep profound beautiful and ensure a bull's eye listener that that you will too that's all coming up on bowl side let's go.

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Trump suggests possible meeting with Putin in "not-too-distant future"

Doc Washburn

01:54 min | 3 years ago

Trump suggests possible meeting with Putin in "not-too-distant future"

"Taking their fingers in the air isn't going i'm not hearing you okay as the great philosopher george clinton wants said if you don't pay attention sooner or later you wind up having to pay something else it's three o'clock little rock's news traffic and weather station news radio one zero two point nine k a r n fm sheridan little rock a cumulus station summit soon one more storm i'm richard johnson congratulations from president trump to russian president putin on his reelection in a phone call today and word of an upcoming summit during the photo op at the white house the president says that he and putin will meet in what he said is the not too distant future to discuss the arms race which is getting out of control he said other issues ripe for discussion include syria and ukraine and the kremlin said the two voiced satisfaction at the apparent easing of tensions with north korea the president apparently made no mention during the call of the nerve agent attack which the us britain and others have blamed on russia jerry bowed lender washington the many calls for the special counsel to stay in place now include that of senate republican leader mitch mcconnell i don't think bob mueller is going anywhere i think there's widespread feeling under the president's lawyers obviously agree that he ought to be allowed to finish the job by both mcconnell and house speaker paul ryan do not support bills that would keep muller in place by law a former playboy model who took a hundred fifty thousand dollars from the publishers of the national enquirer which never printed her story about an alleged ten month affair with donald trump back in two thousand six wants out of that deal karen mcdougal signed on the agreement that did not require american media inc to write the.

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