The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – December 28, 2012 at 10:00pm

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We begin where we left off with The Weatherman commenting on Bob Dylan. Then continuing on with more indisputable evidence of Satan’s intrusion into all varieties pop & rock music.  With preacher selected examples galore, from Heavy Metal to spiritual ditties, the insidious phenomenon of backmasking makes all music dangerous to your forward listening ears. Avoid all music until played backwards. And what’s worse, readings from straight-ahead rock lyrics prove the point.

3 Hours



Al Eaton - Paris - Skyler JettHistory of Funk intro songdemo
Maceo & The MacksCross The Track (We Better Go Back) (Extended Version)Magnum Opus
Maceo ParkerWhat You Know About Funk ?School's In !
The Bar-KaysShake Your Rump to the FunkToo Hot to StopMercury
The Isley BrothersLivin' In The LifeGo For Your GunsT-Neck
The Isley BrothersGo For Your GunsGo For Your GunsT-Neck
Earth Wind & FireMighty MightyOpen Our Eyes
Brass ConstructionNow is TomorrowII
BrickIt's A New DayAfter 5Bang
Ohio PlayersAngelAngelMercury
Erykah BaduDidn't Cha KnowMama's Gun
CommodoresSweet LoveAnthology (Disc 1)Motown
Maceo ParkerAddictive LoveLife On Planet Groove
Charles WrightRock this JointThat Funky Thang
Black NastyParty on 4th StreetFunk 45 Sessions
Maceo and the MacksParrtyThe JB's: Funky Good Time AnthologyPolydor
The Big Ol' Nasty GetdownAmplifyVolume 1
Science FaxtionFamousLiving on Another Frequency
KatdelicKatdelicLive @ KPFA remaster 8.14.09
Larry Graham and Graham Central StationHigher GroundRaise Up
Marva WhitneyIt's My ThingIt's My Thing
Ronkat Spearman's KatdelicDance On The MothershipD.O.T.M.S.
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