The History Of Funk

Over the Edge – “Universe” Part 18 What About The 60’s? H”

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On we go, will psychedelics ever get here? This early to mid 60’s edition includes more of Ken Nordine demonstrating stereo, a continuing array of pop songs (obscure and otherwise), top 40 DJs from the era, Stanley Kubrick in a ’66 interview talks about his filming history (working on 2001 at the time), the Russian/American space race, Alan Ginsberg, and The New Seekers become a Pepsi ad.

3 Hours.



Artist Song Album Label
Al Eaton, Paris, Skyler JettHistory of Funk Introdemo
Brass ConstructionMovin'Brass Constructiojn
BrickDazzPhat Trax Vol 1Rhino
CameoI Just Wanta BeBest of CameoMercury
Bootsy's Rubber BandPsychoticbumpschoolAnthologyRhino
Herbie HancockHelp YourselfMagic Windows
Ronkat Spearman's KatdelicHere and NowD.O.T.M.S.
AurraPerfect DateSatisfactionFamily Grooves
Teena MarieSucker For Your LoveFunkology Vol 2Motown
Chuck BrownThe Party RollWe're About the Business
Afrika Bambaataa Presents Time ZoneFunkadelic ShackWarlocks and Witches, Computer Chips, Microchips and YouProfile
Parliament Presence of a BrainUp For the Down Stroke
DynamicI Got the PowerMicrocosmic
DynamicWhatever You WantMicrocosmic
DynamicStrongest Will SurviveMicrocosmic
Young Hold UnlimitedSoulful Strut
WarSmile HappyWhy Can't We Be Friends?
Little BeaverWe Three
Eddie HazelCalifornia DreamingGames, Games & Guitar ThangsRhino

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