The History Of Funk

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

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The children of Rock &Roll just fade away, except they don’t, because here’s what they did. Exclusively devoted to the Beatles verses Rolling Stones, chopped up and overlapped, with 60’s commentary by both groups. This was an actual, musically dazed and confused issue of contention at the time. Mostly mixed with boots and takes of less familiar songs.

3 Hours.


Al Eaton - Paris - Skyler JettHistory of Funk intro songdemo
StargardTheme from Which Way Is UpTrue Disco
Roy AyersRunning Away 12" mixAnthologyPolydor
James BrownGimme Some SkinDead On The Heavy FunkPolydor
Ohio PlayersO-H-I-OGoldMercury
PTFIEverywhereWho the Funk is PTFI?
SunSun is HereBest ofCapitol
Ramsey LewisWhats the Name of this Funk (Spiderman)Don't it Feel Good
CameoIts Serious 7"Funked
SlaveBaby SinisterParty LItes: More of the BestRhino
Billy PrestonWide StrideUltimate Collection
Jimmy Castor BunchGroove Will Make You MoveSupersound
Ohio PlayersFoppFunk On Fire
B.T.ExpressIf It Don'tTurn You On (You Oughta Leave It Alone)best ofRhino
CommodoresRapid FireMachine GunMotown
Rick JamesDance Wit MeAnthology Motown
Brothers JohnsonGet the Funk Out Ma Face 12"Monster Funk Party
Mass ProductionI Just Want to Make A Dream Come True
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