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Tales of Kidd Funkadelic

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Tales of Kidd Funkadelic

12" LP

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1976's 'Tales of Kidd Funkadelic' is the last Funkadelic album on Westbound Records and it was actually released after George Clinton and co. had left the label for Warner Bros. Just before leaving, Clinton (as a contractual obligation) delivered to their original label a collection of recently recorded outtakes (some leftover jams, songs, and funk pieces) which were released as the album 'Tales of Kidd Funkadelic' (the LP did significantly better commercially than their first album for Warner Bros., 'Hardcore Jollies' and included 'Undisco Kidd', an R&B Top 30 single). 180 gram vinyl in a gatefold sleeve.


Some leftover jams, songs, and funk pieces from the Funkadelic era. George Clinton was in the midst of moving Funkadelic to another label, and the Westbound folk released a bunch of vault material to get another Funkadelic album on the market. There were still some fine cuts, but the random element prevented it from being a great album because it lacked the thematic organization and vision Clinton provided for the concept LPs

Additional Information

Artist Funkadelic
Track Listing 1 Butt-To-Butt Resuscitation - 3:53 2 Let's Take It to the People - 1:49 3 Undisco Kidd - 6:35 4 Take Your Dead Ass Home - 7:17 5 I'm Never Gonna Tell It - 3:39 6 Tales of Kidd Funkadelic - 12:53 7 How Do Yeaw View You? - 3:42

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