Funkadelic Tales Of Kidd Funkadelic on Colored LP
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1976's Tales of Kidd Funkadelic is the final Funkadelic album on Westbound Records and it was actually released after George Clinton and Co. had left the label for Warner Bros. Just before leaving, Clinton (as a contractual obligation) delivered to their original label a collection of recently recorded outtakes (some leftover jams, songs, and funk pieces) which were compiled as the album Tales of Kidd Funkadelic. The collection did significantly better commercially than, Hardcore Jollies, their first album for Warner Bros. and even yielded the R&B Top 30 single "Undisco Kidd." Limited edition colored vinyl (500 copies) in a gatefold sleeve.