A cornerstone figure in funk music, George Clinton goes from singing a cappella in a barbershop to chasing Motown glory in Detroit with his band, the Parliaments, and forges a lasting sound that goes...
Fantastic series, both entertaining and educational. . .
Very tentatively, I came one episode shy of the first season, but it was much better than I could have imagined. Such a great job of animated cartoons with actual performance footage mixed in. I had to get all caught up and the thing of it was that season one was all about country music, which is way, way down on my music preference list, but the episodes were riveting. Season two is all about the evolution of funk, and it is as good as ever. Now I stay caught up every week. Good on so many levels. I hope these tales run to more seasons than Soul Train. Big up yourself Mike Judge. And keep 'em coming.
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