Eddie Hazel was the mythical guitar player from Funkadelic's original line-up. At Home, long cherished as a collector's item, is comprised of demos and private jams from Eddie's mid-'70s prime. While the disk is largely instrumental and extremely lo-fi, it gives his followers a glimpse into the creative processes of one of funk's most cherished figures. Throughout, Hazel affects the warbled, head-trip fuzz of acid rock, resulting in an album that is disorienting and funky. Polished versions of some of the tracks would end up on his sole album, Game, Dames & Guitar Thangs .