The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – May 4, 2012 at 10:00pm

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Al Eaton-Paris-Skyler JettHistory of Funk intro Songdemo--
James BrownBody HeatDead on the Heavy FunkPolydor
WarOutlawOutlawAvenue Records
Trouble FunkTrouble Funk ExpressEarly SinglesInfinite Zero
Mass ProductionNature LoverMassterpieceCotillion
James BrownYou Got to Have a Mother For MeFoundations of FunkPolydor
Dyke & the BlazersWe Got More SoulWe Got More Soul [disc 2]BGP
Wilson PickettMustang SallyAtlantic Rhythm & BluesAtlantic
The MetersRide Your PonyFunky Miracle
Beastie BoysShe's CraftyLicense to IllDef Jam
Kool Moe DeeHow Ya Like Me NowGreatest HitsJive
Doug E FreshOn the StrengthWorld's Greatest Entertainer
Tom Tom ClubGenius of LoveTom Tom ClubSire
Isaac HayesTheme from ShaftShaftStax
Ramsey LewisUhuruAnother VoyageChess
Ramsey LewisSpiderman (What's the Name of this Funk?)Don't it Feel Good?Columbia
James BrownGimme Some SkinDead on the Heavy FunkPolydor
WarCinco De MayoOutlawAvenue Records
Jimmy Castor BunchPotentialBest of: Everything ManRhino
Bill CosbyI Luv Myself Better than I Luv MyselfNot Himself These DaysCapitol
James BrownUntitled InstrumentalMotherlodePolydor
Fred Wesley & the JB'sDamn Right I Am Somebody (Love & Happiness) A Tribute to the disc jockeysdemoPolydor
The JB's & Fred WesleyWatermelon ManThe Lost AlbumHip-O
James BrownKilling is out, School is InThe Next Step
James BrownI Don't Want Nobody to Give Me NothingFoundations of FunkPolydor

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