Crews | Day 5 | P-Funk and AfroFuturism

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Show Notes

Listen, the P is for parliament and Funk for Funkadelic. Two bands united. 
 
Under a groove.
 
Getting down
 
(for what?)
 
…just fooooor the funk of it.
 
We ready.
 
Today’s conversation will explore the father of Black futurism as he convened a crew of bands (with a dash of Bootsy Collins), to inspire a new generation’s imagination of what was possible for children of the motherland – rejecting definitions of tragic fleets of ships of stolen progeny and setting off on a new zeitgeist of earthy soul and galactic freedom.
 
The Mothership is waiting. Snoop, Tupac, Erykah Badu, definitely Prince, and all of Omega Psi Phi have been dazzled by the star-shaped glimmer of this crew.
 
They are already onboard.
 
Step inside.
 
Join us today for a walk and talk.

Disclaimer: We do not own the rights to the music or speech excepts reference or played during this broadcast. You can find original content that was referenced or played here:

Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker) | Parliament:
https://open.spotify.com/track/4XRkQloZFcRrCONN7ZQ49Y?si=335ef44445ed4e8e

Atomic Dog | George Clinton:
https://open.spotify.com/track/4cgodXjv4TfrooNQxvlO4O?si=f9f9b688fb3d4d23

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