Fuzzy Haskins was a member of George Clinton's P-Funk bands Parliament and Funkadelic in the 1970's and 80's.
He had been one of the original members of the Vocal Harmony group 'The Parliaments' alongside Clinton, and had remained a vocalist and occasional guitarist in the group.
He released two solo albums reportedly due to Clinton's mismanagement of funds, "A Whole Nother Thang" in 1976 and "Radio Active" in 1978. Despite being solo projects, they were heavily influenced by the P-Funk sound, and many of the instrumentalists play on the albums, and Clinton is credited as arranging several of the songs.
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