Were Funkadelic the best psychedelic electric blues band of all time? Okay, putting aside the fact that much of the time they were obviously playing funk instead, how about all those other times? I reckon they've got a good claim for that title, if only for the amazing guitar work of Eddie Hazel. The man made his instrument sound like a mouthful of brandy and cough medicine, sweet and painful and like liquid gold. The six minute solo that opens Good Thoughts, Bad Thoughts is right up there with his very best. From there it segues into George Clinton's rumbling bass vocal recitation, stoned and immaculate. There's nothing better for getting horizontal to. From the 1974 album Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On.