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Since you probably haven't read a single liner note from a Parliament album in your entire life, you probably wouldn't know how subversive and dangerous p-funk was or how the songs were often topical and political in nature.
Prof. WANG: Well, I think for one thing, you know, it was the best selling jazz album at least in that era, which still blows my mind because we're talking about an album, and with "Watermelon Man" in particular, this is a song that combines everything from "Take Me Chanting," which opens the song, to those really heavy p-funk rhythms.
As the irresistable rhythms of advanced funk sail out over his audiences, the maggot brains (fans of p-funk) rise up and boogie.
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There's the silky soul of "U're Gonna C Me" and the decidedly p-funk thump of "Ol Skool Company," which stretches into seven minutes of celebration and postulation on how things were and how they ought to be now.