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Clinton, George, 1940-

LC control no.n 92001319
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationML420.C575 Biography
Personal name headingClinton, George, 1940-
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Variant(s)Dr. Funkenstein, 1940-
Doctor Funkenstein, 1940-
Maggot Overlord, 1940-
Uncle Jam, 1940-
See alsoMember: Parliament (Musical group)
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Member: Funkadelic (Musical group)
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Other standard no.0000000373129625
Associated countryUnited States
Birth date1940-07-22
Place of birthKannapolis (N.C.)
Field of activityFunk (Music) Popular music
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Found inGeorge Clinton presents Our Gang Funky [SR] p1988: label (George Clinton)
Stambler, I. Enc. of pop, rock & soul, c1989 (Clinton, George; b. July 22, 1941, Kannapolis, N.C.; singer, guitarist, songwriter, band leader)
New Grove dict. of Amer. mus. (Clinton, George; b. July 22, 1940; popular songwriter, record producer, entrepreneur, and singer)
Int. dict. of Black composers, 1999 (Clinton, George; b. July 22, 1940, Kannapolis, N.C.)
Int. ww in mus., v. 2, pop. mus., 1st ed. (Clinton, George; b. July 22, 1940, Kannapolis, N.C.; singer, bandleader)
New Rolling stone enc. of rock & roll (Clinton, George; b. July 22, 1940, Kannapolis, N.C.; a.k.a. Dr. Funkenstein, a.k.a. the Maggot Overlord, a.k.a. Uncle Jam)
Brothas be, yo like George, ain't that funkin' kinda hard on you?, 2014: page 5-6 (I was a proud product of the state of North Carolina, coming into the world in Kannapolis on July 22, 1941)
Wikipedia, 10 March 2021: in an entry for George Clinton (funk musician) (George Edward Clinton, born July 22, 1941 in Kannappolis, N.C.; an American singer, songwriter, bandleader, and record producer; his Parliament-Funkadelic collective (which primarily recorded under the distinct band names Parliament and Funkadelic) developed an influential and eclectic form of funk music during the 1970s that drew on science fiction, outlandish fashion, psychedelia, and surreal humor; Clinton was the group leader and manager of both bands; Clinton launched his solo career with the 1982 album, Computer Games, and would go on to influence 1990s hip-hop and G-funk)
Not found inBaker's biog. dict., 8th ed.
Associated languageeng
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