The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – January 11, 2013 at 10:00pm

Playlist

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Al Eaton - Paris - Skyler Jett
History of Funk intro song
demo
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The Brothers Johnson
Ain't We Funkin' Now
Blam!
A&M
Isley Brothers
Live It Up, Pts. 1 & 2
Live It Up
Legacy
Larry Graham & Graham Central Station
Feel The Need
Anthology
Rhino
Skull Snaps
It's A New Day
Skull Snaps
Charly
Herbie Hancock
Hang Up Your Hang Ups
Man-Child
Legacy
Commodores
Let's Get Started
Hot on the Tracks
Motown
Donald Byrd
Change (Makes You Wanna Hustle)
The Best Of Donald Byrd
Blue Note
Mandrill
Hang Loose
Mandrill Live in SF 5.19.01
The Salty Peppers
La La Time
45
Average White Band
Person To Person
AWB
Rhino
Little Beaver
Let the Goodtimes Roll
The Very Best Of
T.K.
Lonnie Jordan
Get That Feeling
War Stories
Con Funk Shun
Too Tight
Touch
Cameo
Enjoy Your Life
Alligator Woman
Little Sister
You're The One
Hard to Find 45s on CD: Sweet Soul Sounds
Parliament
Long Way Around
Trombipulation
Mercury
Gabe "Undisco Kidd" Gonzalez
Maggot Brain
A Negative Nuisance
Funkadelic
Smokey
Hardcore Jollies
WB
Prince
I'm Yours
For You
WB
Ronkat Spearman's Katdelic
Oh Hi
D.O.T.M.S.
Mandrill
Fencewalk
Mandrill Live in SF 5.19.01
Earth, Wind & Fire
Sun Goddess
Gratitude
WB

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