Over nearly five decades, George Clinton has been a critical figure in music. HPR's Dave Lawrence connected with the head of the Funk Mob shortly after the emergence of Mothership: The Decatur Connection, a collaborative effort with hip-hop artist Aleon Craft.
Hear about this new mash-up, plus highlights from across the generations of his career in this exclusive, once in a lifetime conversation. Also hear the new project below in this posting. For more information, go to georgeclinton.com.
In addition to featuring this current new release, check out some classic early George Clinton going all the way back to 1969:
George and Parliament-Funkadelic in the mid-70's on the classic Dave sang to George, with live 1977 video featuring Red Hot Momma:
In 1999 George brought a deluxe version of the Funk Mob to Woodstock '99:
Last year George did a rare TV appearance on Craig Ferguson in February 2011:
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