The History Of Funk

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

Playlist

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.

  5Hours.

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
James Brown
Get Up Offa That Thing
Greatest Hits
Pearl Dowell
Good Things
Sister Funk
Manu Diabango
The Panther
Africadelic
Mandrill
Fencewalk
Fencewalk: The Anthology
Steve Arrington
Without Your Love
Way Out: 80-84
Minnie Ripperton
Reasons
Perfect Angel
Curtis Mayfield
Billy Jack
There's No Place Like America Today
Terry Reid
Seed of Memory
Seed of Memory
Prince
We Can Work It Out
The Work Vol 1
Willie Hutch
Brother's Gonna Work It Out
The Mack
Bernard Wright
Just Chillin' Out
'Nard
Cymande
Brothers On The Slide
Cymande
The Gumbo Brothers
Burnin' Up
Funky Freedom
The Brides of Funkenstein
Never Buy Texas From A Cowboy
Never Buy Texas From A Cowboy
Bill Summers & Summers Heat
We Call it The Box
Street Jams Back to the Old School
Zapp & Roger
Chocolate City
The Compilation
Parliament
Motor Booty Affair
Motor Booty Affair
Brass Construction
LOVEU
Golden Classics
Slave
Wait For Me
Showtime
Teena Marie
Work It
Naked to the World
Santana
Let it /shine
Amigos
Bootsy's Rubber Band
What's A Telephone Bill
Aah the Name is Bootsy Baby
Prince
Letitgo
Come
Howard Johnson
So Fine
James Brown
Body Heat
40th

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