The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – August 1, 2014 at 10:00pm

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The 60’s radio experience, including top 40 and underground DJ’s with a lengthy listen to The British Isles and their musical contributions, a whole side of Deviants, military adventures in Vietnam and the Armed Forces Radio Network we set up there to entertain our troops, Crosley Bendix reviews the Mid-East wars, and 3 versions of Doors simultaneously end it all.



James BrownGet Up Offa That ThingGreatest Hits
Pearl DowellGood ThingsSister Funk
Manu DiabangoThe PantherAfricadelic
MandrillFencewalkFencewalk: The Anthology
Steve ArringtonWithout Your LoveWay Out: 80-84
Minnie RippertonReasonsPerfect Angel
Curtis MayfieldBilly JackThere's No Place Like America Today
Terry ReidSeed of MemorySeed of Memory
PrinceWe Can Work It OutThe Work Vol 1
Willie HutchBrother's Gonna Work It OutThe Mack
Bernard WrightJust Chillin' Out'Nard
CymandeBrothers On The SlideCymande
The Gumbo BrothersBurnin' UpFunky Freedom
The Brides of FunkensteinNever Buy Texas From A CowboyNever Buy Texas From A Cowboy
Bill Summers & Summers HeatWe Call it The BoxStreet Jams Back to the Old School
Zapp & RogerChocolate CityThe Compilation
ParliamentMotor Booty AffairMotor Booty Affair
Brass ConstructionLOVEUGolden Classics
SlaveWait For MeShowtime
Teena MarieWork ItNaked to the World
SantanaLet it /shineAmigos
Bootsy's Rubber BandWhat's A Telephone BillAah the Name is Bootsy Baby
Howard JohnsonSo Fine
James BrownBody Heat40th
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