Funky beats, crazy lyrics and the guitar of Kidd Funkadelic himself combine to create a fitting final Westbound album (1976) for Funkadelic. The CD contains the original 7 track album (remastered) plus 1 bonus track from 1976: "Undisco Kidd" (single version).
Some leftover jams, songs, and funk pieces from the Funkadelic era. George Clinton was in the midst of moving Funkadelic to another label, and the Westbound folk released a bunch of vault material to get another Funkadelic album on the market. There were still some fine cuts, but the random element prevented it from being a great album because it lacked the thematic organization and vision Clinton provided for the concept LPs. [The 2005 reissue features excellent remastered sound, a thick booklet, and tracks pulled from original Westbound singles.] ~ Ron Wynn, Rovi