The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – June 21, 2013 at 10:00pm

Playlist

Mark Hosler, Don. (Almost Negativland)

Mark Hosler, founder of Negativland, joins me for an electronics-heavy mix of past and present. Together, we delve into the hip side of the early 60’s with “How To Speak Hip,” and beat poets and ranters like Kerouac, William Borroughs, and Lord Buckley. Jean Shepherd returns on location, covering the ’64 New York World’s Fair for his radio show, nuclear civil defense and discernment, and a few songs to evoke the era.

3 Hours

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Al Eaton Paris Skyler Jett
History of funk intro
demo
Jimmy Castor Bunch
It's Just Begun
best of
Rhino
Temptations
Glasshouse
A Song For You
Motown
Bootsy
Shyne O Myte
The One Giveth
WB
Pimpsoul
Lets Do It right Now
Bass Funk Vol. 1
Baby Huey
Listen to Me
The Living Legend
Water
Cameo
Stand Up
We All Know Who We Are
Chocolate City
Heatwave
Too Hot to Handle
Too Hot to Handle
Epic
Isley Brothers
I Turned You On
The Isley Brothers Story vol 2
Rhino
Parliament
May We Bang You
Gloryhallastupid
Mercury
Funkadelic
Loose Booty
America Eats Its Young
Westbound
Katdelic
Sky is Falling
Live @ KPFA 8.14.09
Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Band
Til You Get Enough
Best of
Warner Archive
Darondo
Let My People Go
Let My People Go
Luv & Haight
The Blackbyrds
City Life
Greatest Hits
Fantasy
Prince
Just My Imagination
live
Isley Brothers
Midnight Sky
The Isley Brothers Story vol 2
Rhino
Faze O
Riding High
Riding High
Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes
Be For Real
The Ultimate Blue Notes
Legacy
Earth, Wind & Fire
Africano
That's the Way of the World
Legacy
Funkadelic
Wars of Armageddon
Maggot Brain
Westbound
Billy Paul
East
Going East

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