The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – October 12, 2012 at 10:00pm

Playlist

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Al Eaton - Paris - Skyler Jett
History of Funk Intro song
demo
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Bar-Kays
Too Hot To Stop
The Best Of Bar-Kays
Mercury
Slave
Slide
Slave
Rhino
Captain Sky
Wonder Worm
The Adventures of Captain Sky
Parliament
Crush It
Trombipulation
Casablanca
Bootsy Collins
Countracula
The One Giveth...
WB
Commodores
Machine Gun
Machine Gun
Motown
Funkadelic
Loose Booty
America Eats Its Young
Westbound
Ida Nielsen
You Cant Fake the Funk
Sometimes a Girl Needs Some Sugar Too
Larry Graham & Graham Central Station
Higher Ground
Raise Up
Razor & Tie
Rabbits & Carrots
Las 4 Culturas
Soul Latino
Vampi Soul
Steve Arrington
I Like What You Do
Pure Thang
God Factor
Ronkat Spearman's Katdelic
Love Thyself
D.O.T.M.S.
Shag
M.I.G.
Silver City
Bootzilla
Age of Chance
This Is Crush Collision
1000 Years Of Trouble
MC Breed
Ain't No Future in Yo Frontin'
The Hit List
Larry Graham & Graham Central Station
Raise Up
Raise Up
Razor & Tie
Junie
Can't Get Over Losing You
A Fifth Of Funk
AEM
Ronkat Spearman's Katdelic
Drive Away
D.O.T.M.S.
Project Soul
Ebony
Bay Area Funk 2
The Martinis
Hung Over
Late Late Party (1965-67)
Funkadelic
A Joyful Process
America Eats Its Young
Westbound
Jamaaladeen Tacuma
Let's Have A Good Time
Dreamscape
D'Angelo
Jam Jammin'
Live In Oslo [disc 2]

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