The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – April 13, 2012 at 10:00pm

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These descriptive blurbs are formed after the radio fact, not before. That’s because I hardly know what I’m going to do before I do it. But now I don’t even remember what this one contained after doing it, except that it’s all about God.

Blessed BeWhat?

3 hours.



Al Eaton-Paris-Skyler JettHistory of Funk intro songdemo--
Earth, Wind & FireMighty MightyOPen Our EyesLegacy
James BrownSay it Loud liveMotherlodePolydor
Isley BrothersFight The PowerThe Heat is OnLegacy
FunkadelicBlack PeoplePanther soundtrackPolygram
Jesse JohnsonVerbal PenetrationVerbal Penetration-
Kay-GeesMasterplanKeep on Bumpin' & Masterplan-
Shahid QuintetIntroduction to Black PowerListen WhiteyLight in the Attic
Amiri BarakaWho Will Survive America?Listen WhiteyLight in the Attic
Elaine BrownUntil We're FreeListen WhiteyLight in the Attic
Bob DylanGeorge Jackson (acoustic)Listen WhiteyLight in the Attic
The LumpenFree Bobby NowListen WhiteyLight in the Attic
The Last PoetsOh My PeopleOh My People-
Chocolate MilkAction Speaks Louder than WordsAction Speaks Louder than WordsBMG
Rose RoyceLove, More LoveIn Full BloomMCA
Roy AyersBlack FamilyLots of LoveUniversal Sound
Earth, Wind & FireLovely PeopleIllumination-
KatdelicKeep on LovingDance on the Mothership--
SpeechBraided HairVagabond--
Esperanza SpaldingBlack GoldRadio Music Society-
James BrownSoul PowerRevolution of the MindPolydor
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