Chocolate City

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The 3rd Parliament album was a tribute to the city of Washington D.C., where black people had become the majority and George Clinton's psych-funksters had become particularly popular.

This album marks the start of the George Clinton/Bootsy Collins/Bernie Worrell songwriting partnership, which would endure through to 1978. It's also the first P-Funk album with singer Glen Goins and The Brecker Brothers on horns.


1. Chocolate City

2. Ride On

3. Together

4. Side Effects

5. What Comes Funky

Side B
1. Let Me Be

2. If It Don't Fit (Don't Force It)

3. I Misjudged You

4. Big Footin'