The History Of Funk

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

Playlist

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

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Al Eaton Paris Skyler Jett
History of Funk intro song
demo
James Brown
Doin' it to Death
Gold
Polydor
Ohio Players
Funky Worm
Pleasure
Westbound
Kool & the Gang
Funky Stuff
Wild & Peaceful
Mercury
Foster Sylvers
Misdemeanor
Fantastic vol 1
K-Tel
Eddie Kendricks
Keep on Truckin'
Ultimate Collection
Motown
Stevie Wonder
Higher Ground
Innervisions
Motown
Dr. John
Right Place, Wrong Time
Billy Preston
Will it Go Round in Circles
Ultimate
Kool & the Gang
Jungle Boogie
Wild & Peaceful
Manu Dibango
Soul Makossa
Mandrill
Hang Loose
Anthology
Tower of Power
What is Hip?
Tower of Power
Rhino
Main Ingredients
You Can Call Me Rover
Aphrodesiac
RCA
Detroit Emeralds
You're Gettin' A Little Too Smart
Marvin Gaye
Distant Lover
Let's Get it On
Motown
Barry White
I'm Gonna Love You Just A Little More Baby
Betty Wright
It's Hard to Stop
Hard to Stop
Betty Davis
Walkin' Up the Road
Betty Davis
Light in the Attic
Funkadelic
Nappy Dugout
Cosmic Slop
Westbound
Sly & the Family Stone
If You Want Me To Stay
Fresh
Epic
War
The World is a Ghetto
Grooves and Messages
Rhino
Earth, Wind & Fire
Keep Your Head to the Sky
Essentials
Legacy
Roy Ayers
Coffy is the Color
Best of
Johnnie Taylor
Cheaper to Keep Her
very best of
Stax
Bobby Womack
Across 110th Street
Stevie Wonder
Livin for the City
Innvervisions
Motown
Willie Hutch
Brothers Gonna Work it Out
The Mack

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