|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Rest In P||10||Audio||1994||P-Vine Records|
|2||Game, Dames & Guitar Thangs||7||Audio||1977||Warner Bros. Records|
|3||Game, Dames & Guitar Thangs||7||Audio||2006||Collectors' Choice Music|
|4||Game, Dames & Guitar Thangs||12||Audio||2004||Rhino Handmade|
|5||Maggot Brain / California Dreamin / From The Bottom Of My Soul||3||Audio||2008|
|6||Game, Dames & Guitar Thangs||7||Audio||Warner Bros. Records|
|7||California Dreamin'||2||Audio||1977||Warner Bros. Records|
|8||Aqua Boogie Tour||3||Audio||2010||TheFunkStore.com|
|9||Jams From The Heart||4||Audio||2010||JDC Records|
|10||Jams From The Heart||4||Audio||2012-08-15||JDC Records|
|11||Game, Dames & Guitar Thangs||7||Audio||1977||Warner Bros. Records|
|12||Game, Dames & Guitar Thangs||7||Audio||2012||Real Gone Music|
|13||Game, Dames & Guitar Thangs||7||Audio||Warner Bros. Records|
For the jazz journalist, use [a=Ed Hazell].
For the jazz/blues guitarist, use [a=Eddie Hazell].
Eddie Hazel, b. 10 April 1950 Brooklyn, NY, was one of the original Parliament / Funkadelic members in the beginning of the 70’s. He’s probably the first lead guitarist to play hard-rock / funk fusion twenty years before Living Colour, Fishbone or the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
With great solos like on the legendary « Maggot brain », it is obvious that Eddie Hazel is the biggest funk guitar-hero and his influence on other funk guitarists (even in the P.Funk camp) is indeniable.
His involvement with the George Clinton posse became less preeminent in the 80’s when P.Funk turn more electro-funk oriented and after some drug problems.
Eddie Hazel died on 23 december 1992 at the age of 42.
He has released one solo record for Warner Brothers in 1977 and one posthumous CD was released (as well as unreleased material on several recordings) in 1994.