The History Of Funk

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

Playlist

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

 

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Al Eaton - Paris - Skyler Jett
History of Funk intro song
demo
Maceo & The Macks
Cross The Track (We Better Go Back) (Extended Version)
Magnum Opus
Maceo Parker
What You Know About Funk ?
School's In !
The Bar-Kays
Shake Your Rump to the Funk
Too Hot to Stop
Mercury
The Isley Brothers
Livin' In The Life
Go For Your Guns
T-Neck
The Isley Brothers
Go For Your Guns
Go For Your Guns
T-Neck
Earth Wind & Fire
Mighty Mighty
Open Our Eyes
Brass Construction
Now is Tomorrow
II
Brick
It's A New Day
After 5
Bang
Ohio Players
Angel
Angel
Mercury
Erykah Badu
Didn't Cha Know
Mama's Gun
Commodores
Sweet Love
Anthology (Disc 1)
Motown
Maceo Parker
Addictive Love
Life On Planet Groove
Charles Wright
Rock this Joint
That Funky Thang
Black Nasty
Party on 4th Street
Funk 45 Sessions
Maceo and the Macks
Parrty
The JB's: Funky Good Time Anthology
Polydor
The Big Ol' Nasty Getdown
Amplify
Volume 1
Science Faxtion
Famous
Living on Another Frequency
Katdelic
Katdelic
Live @ KPFA remaster 8.14.09
Larry Graham and Graham Central Station
Higher Ground
Raise Up
Marva Whitney
It's My Thing
It's My Thing
Ronkat Spearman's Katdelic
Dance On The Mothership
D.O.T.M.S.

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