The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – February 15, 2013 at 10:00pm

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Astronomers and scientists continue describing the physics of the Universe and its contents, including the space race and its probes, Mars and its exploration, the positioning of human religions in all this, and plenty of space songs and receptacle callers throughout.

3 Hours


Al Eaton Paris Skyler JettHistory of Funk intro songdemo
James BrownDoin' it to DeathGoldPolydor
Ohio PlayersFunky WormPleasureWestbound
Kool & the GangFunky StuffWild & PeacefulMercury
Foster SylversMisdemeanorFantastic vol 1K-Tel
Eddie KendricksKeep on Truckin'Ultimate CollectionMotown
Stevie WonderHigher GroundInnervisionsMotown
Dr. JohnRight Place, Wrong Time
Billy PrestonWill it Go Round in CirclesUltimate
Kool & the GangJungle BoogieWild & Peaceful
Manu DibangoSoul Makossa
MandrillHang LooseAnthology
Tower of PowerWhat is Hip?Tower of PowerRhino
Main IngredientsYou Can Call Me RoverAphrodesiacRCA
Detroit EmeraldsYou're Gettin' A Little Too Smart
Marvin GayeDistant LoverLet's Get it OnMotown
Barry WhiteI'm Gonna Love You Just A Little More Baby
Betty WrightIt's Hard to StopHard to Stop
Betty DavisWalkin' Up the RoadBetty DavisLight in the Attic
FunkadelicNappy DugoutCosmic SlopWestbound
Sly & the Family StoneIf You Want Me To StayFreshEpic
WarThe World is a GhettoGrooves and MessagesRhino
Earth, Wind & FireKeep Your Head to the SkyEssentialsLegacy
Roy AyersCoffy is the ColorBest of
Johnnie TaylorCheaper to Keep Hervery best ofStax
Bobby WomackAcross 110th Street
Stevie WonderLivin for the CityInnvervisionsMotown
Willie HutchBrothers Gonna Work it OutThe Mack
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