The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – February 7, 2014 at 10:00pm

Playlist

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Al Eaton - Paris - Skyler Jett
History of Funk intro song
demo
James Brown
The Pay Back
dj 45
Polydor
Kool & the Gang
Hollywood Swinging
Wild & Peaceful
Mercury
Jackson 5
Dancin' Machine
Best of
Motown
Commodores
Machine Gun
Machine Gun
Motown
Earth, Wind & Fire
Mighty Mighty
OPen Our Eyes
CBS
Stevie Wonder
You Haven't Done Nothin'
Fulfillingness First Finale
Motown
Average White Band
Pick Up The Pieces
AWB
Atlantic
Larry Graham and Graham Central Station
Hair
Anthology
Rhino
Parliament
Up for the Down Stroke
Greatest Hits
Casablanca
James Brown
My Thang
Hell
Polydor
Funkadelic
Red Hot Momma
Music For Your Mother
Westbound
Betty Davis
He Was A Big Freak
They Say I'm Different
Rufus featuring Chaka Khan
Tell Me Something Good
Pure Funkj
Blackbyrds
Do it, Fluid
45
Isley Brothers
Live it Up
Live it Up
Jimmy Castor Bunch
Potential
Best of Everything Man
Rhino
Ohio Players
Skin Tight
45
Miracles
Do It Baby
Love Machine: Anthology
Motown
Labelle
Lady Marmalade
Pure Funk
Carl Carlton
Kung Fu Fighting
Curtis Mayfield
Kung Fu
Sweet Exorcist
Willie Hutch
Foxy Brown
Marvin Gaye
Distant Lover
Marvin Gaye Live
William DeVaughn
Be Thankful For What You Got
Be Thankful For What You Got
Kool & the Gang
Summer Madness
Light of Worlds
O'Jays
For the Love of MOney
In Yo Face the History of Funk vol 3
Rhino
Gil Scott Heron
The Bottle
Winter In America
Commodores
Assembly Line
Machine Gun
The Meters
Africa
Rejuvenation
Kay Gees
You Got to Keep On Bumpin'
Keep on Bumpin & Masterplan
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