Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: America Eats Its Young
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Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: America Eats Its Young

Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: Maggot Brain
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Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: Maggot Brain

The first masterpiece in what would become a string of classics in the P-Funk catalog.

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Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: Free You Mind… and Your Ass Will Follow
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Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: Free You Mind… and Your Ass Will Follow

To label Funkadelic’s second full-length as a funk album, as is the case with most of the group’s discography, would be to miss the point entirely.

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Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: Osmium
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Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: Osmium

Osmium is recommended listening: a crucial transitional moment between the psychedelic sounds of early P-Funk and their more sui generis later work.

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Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: Funkadelic
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Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: Funkadelic

Discography: Joni Mitchell: Shine
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Discography: Joni Mitchell: Shine

Discography: Joni Mitchell: Travelogue
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Discography: Joni Mitchell: Travelogue

Challenging and endlessly creative, it’s as brilliant an album as almost anything else in her rich catalog.

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Discography: Joni Mitchell: Both Sides Now
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Discography: Joni Mitchell: Both Sides Now

Both Sides Now was a worthy and welcome bit of excess from a legend who always seemed to be getting her due a decade late.

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Discography: Joni Mitchell: Taming the Tiger
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Discography: Joni Mitchell: Taming the Tiger

Joni Mitchell’s final album of the ‘90s seemed like a demure close to the decade and her career.

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Discography: Joni Mitchell: Turbulent Indigo
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Discography: Joni Mitchell: Turbulent Indigo

Turbulent Indigo maintains its distance from the more confessional strain of Mitchell’s songwriting.

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