Formed by George Clinton in 1964, Funkadelic was the unnamed backing section for his doo-wop group The Parliaments while on tour. The name Funkadelic was coined by bassist Billy Bass Nelson after the band relocated to Detroit. By 1968, because of a dispute with the record company that owned The Parliamentsname, the ensemble began playing under the name Funkadelic.
Maggot Brain is the third studio album by Funkadelic. It was recorded in Detroit during late 1970 and early 1971 and was released in July 1971. Music historian Bob Gulla hailed it as an“iconoclastic funk-rock” record. According to“The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Rock History(2006),” the album“created a whole new kind of psychedelic rock with a dance groove.”
Black t-shirt with stylized Maggot Brain album cover featuring color portrait of women screaming.
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