Have Bird, Will Travel | Critical Role | Campaign 2, Episode 23

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Jan. 24, 2018 | Abby O’Neill — The rhythm of family has been a constant thread throughout P-Funk’s long lineage and the myriad iterations the band has undergone in its 50-plus years. From The Parliaments to Funkadelic to Parliament Funkadelic to the P-Funk All Stars, George Clinton has conducted the mothership as a reliable father figure. When he commands you to “put a glide in your stride and a dip in your hip, and come on up to the Mothership,” he’s presenting to you the first law of Funktonian physics. We at NPR pledged our groovellegiance when he and his P-Funk All Stars touched down to bless the Tiny Desk.

Clinton has brought his own bloodline into the most recent lineup of P-Funk: His grandchildren are the newest backup singers, while another grandchild serves as tour manager. Though this was a much smaller outfit than their traditional stage shows — no horn section, no dancers, no Sir Nose D’Voidoffunk — the extended family was also in full effect. Garrett Shider on rhythm guitar, filling in for his late father, Garry Shider, aka Starchild. Even original trumpeter Bennie Cowan, who still tours with the group but didn’t make it to the Tiny Desk, typically plays alongside his son Benzel on drums. Blackbyrd McKnight and Lige Curry cement the foundation as elder statesmen who’ve been rocking with Clinton since 1978.

Indeed, the funk father refuses to let the musicianship slip — the band was as sonically tight as ever, blessing us with a canonical three-song set list of classic jams. P-Funk’s influence shaped ’90s hip-hop and culture immeasurably; without Clinton, we’d have no NWA, no G-funk, no Tupac, no EPMD, no Ice Cube… and, of course, no one’s forgotten about Dre. Clinton and P-Funk brought world class funksmanship, and it was our pleasure to air the room out and squeegee the floors after soaking up their cosmic slop.

Set List

“Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On”

“One Nation Under A Groove”

“Give up the Funk (Tear the Roof off the Sucker)”


George Clinton (lead vocals), Dwayne Blackbyrd McKnight (guitar), Lige Curry (bass), Garrett Shider (guitar), Danny Bedrosian (keyboard), Benzel Cowan (drums), Tonysha Nelson (backup vocals), Patavian Lewis (backup vocals), Tairee Parks (backup vocals)


Producers: Abby O’Neill, Niki Walker, Morgan Noelle Smith; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Niki Walker, Maia Stern, Bronson Arcuri, Alyse Young; Production Assistant: Salvatore Maicki; Photo: Christina Ascani/NPR

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60 thoughts to “Have Bird, Will Travel | Critical Role | Campaign 2, Episode 23”

  1. Kind of ironic. Beau said it wasn't "illiteracy" but "alliteracy", and failed to remember that it's "alliteration", therefore making her illiterate. With regard to the word "alliteration", that is.

  2. every Wednesday evening, Sam probably sniffs some first-class cocaine and then says to himself: i know what bit i'm doing tomorrow.

  3. I feel like this has to be said, even if no one reads it. lol

    So would you say that they are the sponsor to infinity and beyond? D&D Beyond?

    Yes, it's stupid but every time Matt says "… they are our sponsor, hopefully to infinity …" I just keep hoping he would make that joke.

    Okay, I feel better now. On with the rest of the episode. lol

  4. I don't know if anyone's addressed this yet, but im pretty sure that this is Matt doing an "evil" campaign, not that they're villains, but morally ambiguous. He's stated that he feels allignment is stupid, but I could pin almost every character as evil alignment.

    Caleb and Nott both feel that they're evil.

    Beau is a former criminal

    Yasha, Jester and Molly all follow God's that are illegal.

    Fjord is a warlock that made a pact with something ancient and probably evil.

    Im pretty sure this campaign is him running an "Evil" campaign, where all the players are evil on paper, but have good intentions. I'm really interested to see how things play out.

  5. the gentleman hears "hay mister gentleman we cleared it out of a bunch of fish people dont worry everythings fine now ok we also found a troll in"

  6. I actually didn't think they sounded that great…and…not sure where they got those backup singers?…I feel like these are George's nieces and nephew or maybe those of his new girlfriend?……and they sing at their local church sometimes? They don't strike me as pro backup singers.

  7. watched an interview once with George talking about riding around with Sly Stone in a Pantera in the early 70's. he said the cop pulled him over cause he knew "Me and Sly equals high". haha

  8. For those in the comment who keeps asking where's Bootsy. George & Bootsy recently had a falling out. Plus Bootsy is doing his thing with his band. Unfortunately his friend & original Rubberband keyboardist Joel "Razor-Sharp" Johnson just passed last week😣

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