Parliament-Funkadelic Bassist Dead At Age 60

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    Photo of FUNKADELICBassist for Parliament-Funkadelic and 1997 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee,  Cordell Boogie Mosson dead of unspecified causes at age 60. Mosson passed Thursday, April 18, 2013. At present memorial details have not been announced.  But all updated  information will be posted at georgeclinton.com.

    Initially, a young Cordell Boogie Mosson was recognized by George Clinton for his outstanding work on projects like“I Miss My Baby” and “Baby I Owe You Something Good” recorded by United Soul with Funkadelic. Originally, from Plainfield New Jersey, he later moved to Canada as a teen.  Mosson became an official member of Parliament-Funkadelic in the early 70’s performing on classic works such as One Nation Under A Groove and numerous others as well as becoming the primary bassist for Parliament-Funkadelic under the leadership of George Cliton.

    Major recognition and respect for the phenomenal music talent, may he Rest In Peace

     

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