Who wrote one nation under a groove?

Who wrote one nation under a groove?

George Clinton
Walter MorrisonGarry Shider
One Nation Under a Groove/Composers

Who played drums on one nation under a groove?

drummer Clyde Stubblefield
The songs came out fast and furious and, in the words of drummer Clyde Stubblefield, whose influential grooves can be heard on James Brown’s biggest hits of the ’60s, “it locked right in instantly.” “We knew each other the moment we sat down to play, and we went right to work.

What was the first Funkadelic album?

Free Your Mind… and Your Ass Will Follow
Funkadelic/First album

Who inspired Funkadelic?

George Clinton
Funkadelic is the result of George Clinton flirting with psychedelic music, a style he describes as “loud R&B.” They may be two of the most influential notes in funk-rock history: the soaring, plaintive start to guitarist Eddie Hazel’s legendary solo in Funkadelic’s “Maggot Brain.”

Is Funkadelic from Detroit?

Sixteen members of Parliament-Funkadelic were inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1997. In 2019, the group was given the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award….

Also known as P-Funk All-Stars
Origin Plainfield, New Jersey, U.S. Detroit, Michigan, U.S.

Who is on the cover of Maggot Brain?

model Barbara Cheeseborough
The album begins with an eery monologue and 10-minute guitar solo where Clinton supposedly told guitarist Eddie Hazel to “imagine he had been told his mother had died but then learned that it wasn’t true.” This surreal, palpable type of emotional expression weaves through the entire album, including the album’s cover.

Who is Nene Montes?

Twelve years ago, Nene Montes, a Cuban-American brought a suit in Los Angeles against Armen Boladian and Bridgeport Music claiming ownership of the Funkadelic masters. The case was remanded to California where a settlement was reached between Boladian, Bridgeport Music and Montes along with APF.