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George Clinton, Recording artist, musician, songwriter. Named to Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, 1997; recipient 3 platinum albums. OFFICED (Mailing)George Clintoncare Sony Records550 Madison AveNew York, New York 10022-3211 M C.


Clinton, George was born on July 22, 1941 in Kannapolis, North Carolina, United States.


Founder, producer, arranger, vocalist, musician Parliament/Funkadelic, Polygram, 1955-1981;founder, member P.Funk All-Stars, Capitol, 1982.


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    • Albums include Arrives, 1974, Atomic Dog, 1982, Computer Games, 1982, You Shouldn't-Nuf Bit Fish, 1983, Some of my Best Jokes are Friends, 1985, Mothership Connection, 1986, Best of George Clinton, 1986, Rhythm & Blues Skeletons in the Closet, 1986, The Cinderella Theory, 1989, P-Funk All Stars, 1993, Hey Man Smell My Finger, 1993, Sample Some of Disc, Sample Some of Dat, 1993, Fifth of Funk, Volunteer 5, 1994, Gseoge Clinton & Parliament, 1995, Music of Red Shoe Diaries, 1995, (with former members Parliaments/Funkadelics) T.A.P.O.A.F.O.M., 1996, others, (with Digital Underground, Ice Cube, Q-Tip) Greatest Funkin' Hits, 1996, Testing Positive, 1996. Go Fer Yer Funk, 1996. Singles include Atomic Clinton!, 1988, Paint the White House Black, 1993, If Anybody Gets Funked Up (Its Gonna be.

      ), 1996, Summer Swim, 1996, Nubian Nut, Last Dance, Do Fries go with that Shake?. Producer (by Parliament) Funkadelic, 1970, Free Your Mind. And Your Ass Will Follow, 1970, Hardcore Jollies, 1976, Tales of Kidd Funkadelic, 1976, (by Bootsy Collins) Ahh.

      The Name is Bootsy, 1977, Bootsy? Play of the Year, 1978, Ultra Wave, 1980, (by Brides of Frankenstein) Funk or Walk, 1979, (by Parliament) Greatest Hits (The Bomb), 1984, (by Iron Eagle) Iron Eagle, 1986, (by Red Hot Chili Peppers) Abby Road, 1988, Positive Mental Octopus, 1990, What Hits!?, 1992, Out in Los Angeles, 1994, (by Young Soul Rebels) Young Soul Rebels, 1992, (by Casablanca Records Story) Casablanca Records Story, 1994, (by Fred Wesley) Say Blow by Blow Backwards, 1995, (by Bernie Worrell) All the Woo in the World, 1996, others. Background vocals, producer recording (by Red Hot Chili Peppers) Freaky Styley, 1985, (by P-Funk All Stars) Live at the Beverly Theatre, 1990, (by JC*001 & D*Zire) Ride the Break, 1993, (by Powers, Johnny) New Spark (for an Old Flame), 1994, (by Working Class Hero) Working Class Hero: A Tribute to Jo, 1995, others. Assistant engineer (by Alabama) Touch, 1986.

      Composer, vocals (by Foley) 7 Years Ago, 1992, others. Vocalist (by Parliament) Osmium, 1970, Get Down & Boogie, 1977, (by Digital Underground) Sons of the P, 1991, (by Ice Cube) Lethal Injection, 1993, (by Axiom Funk) Funkeronomicon, 1995, (by Too Short) Gettin' It, 1996, others. Engineer (by Alabama) Roll On, 1984, (by Kathy Mattea) Kathy Mattea, 1984, (by Charly McClain) Still I Stay, 1987, (by Wayne Massey) Wayne Massey and Black Hawk, 1989, (by Ray Price) Sometimes a Rose, 1991, (by NFL Country) NFL Country, 1996, (by Thunderfoot) Joy, 1996.

      Celloist (by Mannheim Steamroller) Christmas in the Aire, 1995. Programmar, producer concept (by Fred Wesley) Say Blow By Blow Backwards, 1995, others. Composer (by Audio Assault Squad) Comin' up Outta This Bitch, 1993.

      Voice (by Sass Jordan) Rats, 1993. Arranger, producer (by Dells) Passionate Breezes: The Best of the Dells, 1995.