The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – September 6, 2013 at 10:00pm

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Subbing for Barb and the Crack-O-Dawn usually here on the first Thurs of every month, this extra OTE continues with yet more songs and radio from the mid 60’s, most of which are from Great Briton, including a BBC parody retrospective, “1966 And All That.”  Suddenly it’s 1966.

At 3:00 AM, I continue subbing another two hours for Puzzling Evidence, first conducting, but shortly losing control of the up-for-grabs conversation between Philo, Dr. Hal, and callers, all accompanied by pleasant music.

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Al Eaton Paris Skyler JettHistory of Funk intro songdemo
SlaveStellar FungkThe Concept
Tyrone BrunsonThe SmurfRockit
Faze-OGood ThangGood Thang
Heavy Baby MakersThumpasorus
George Clinton feat. TreylewdSu Su SuHow Late...
Arkade FunkTiltMeet Me at the Go Go
CameoFunk FunkCardiac Arrest
Kool & the GangJungle JazzSpirit of the Boogie
Brass ConstructionNow is TomorrowII
George DukeEveryday HeroDukey Treats
HeatwaveGangsters of the GrooveCandles
Earth Wind & FireMy PromiseNow, Then & Forever
PleasureNo Matter WhatGet to the Feeling
Earth, Wind & FireRunnin'All n All
MutinyThought PatternsFunk Road
Lenny WilliamsThere's Always Mystery when YOu're Making HistoryPray for the Lion
Ernie IsleySong for the MusesSong for the Muses
Ronkat Spearman's KatdelicDrive AwayD.O.T.M.S.
FunkadelicMusic for My MotherFunkadelic
MutinyNinety Nine and One HalfFunk Road
Earth, Wind & FireYearnin' Learnin'That's the Way of The World
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