The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – September 27, 2013 at 10:00pm

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This entire show is an intermixed collage of the thoughts and impact of Marshall McLuhan during the electrically charged 60’s with an emphasis on the mass effects of TV, along with music from Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention and Captain Beefheart. The medium is the massage.

3 Hours. 



Al Eaton Paris Skyler JettHistory of funk intro songdemo
Trouble FunkTrouble Funk Express12" singleTTED
T-ConnectionDo What You Wanna DoTK SinglesTK Records
AurraSomething Tells MeSatisfactionFamily Groove
Tom BrowneThighs HighPhat Trax vol 2Rhino
Ronkat Spearman's KatdelicBringmebackmyfunkymusicsingle
Fatback BandYum YumYum YumSpring
Brass ConstructionRight Place5
ParliamentColour Me FunkyGloryhallastupidMercury
Bootsy CollinsSound CrackUtra WaveWB
ZootzillaThe Funky Conduit remixremix
KatdelicSugar BootyLive @ KPFA 8.14.09
Johnnie TaylorLove is Better in the A.M.
Minnie RipertonEvery Time He Comes AroundPerfect Angel
Bootsy CollinsSacred FlowerUltra Wave
Tom Tom ClubAs Above, So BelowLive at the Clubhouse
HardKandySecond to NoneSecond to None
Earth, Wind & FireThe RushNow, Then & Forever
Brothers JohnsonBrother ManRight on Time
ParletMisunderstandingPleasure Principle
ZootzillaYellow CakeTo Lie With Wolves
MutinySomething Better to DoFunk Road

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