The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – August 21, 2015

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Two hours of the strongest, stankiest, uncut fonk anywhere on the airwaves, hosted by Rickey Vincent.


Al Eaton, Paris, Skyler JettHistory of Funk intro songdemoRV
James BrownJamDead on the Heavy FunkPolydor
Brothers JohnsonBlam!Blam!A&M
Undisputed TruthSpaced OutThe CollectionSpectrum Universal
FunkadrillRelease The FunkRelease The FunkFunkadrill
Jimmy G & the TackheadsClockworkFederation of TackheadsCapitol
Ohio PlayersFunk O NotsJazz Ay Lay DeeMercury
Faze-OGood ThangPhat Trax Vol 6Rhino
Wild MagnoliasTwo Way Pak E WayWild MagnoliasPolydor
Chocolate MilkGirl Callin'Ice Cold FunkBMG
Leo NocentelliFire on the BayouNocentelli: Live in San FranciscoDJM
Bernie WorrellTime Was (Events in the Elsewhere)Blacktronic ScienceGramavision
MenaceGive it UpDoghouseJump Street Records
ZootzillaSupercannibalisticP'n All Over The PlaceFlamoneous Record
People's Republic of FunkThe WizardsingleP.R.O.F.
MutinyAnti DiscoMutiny on the Mamaship / Funk Plus The Onefunky town grooves
ParliamentNight of the Thumpasorus PeoplesMothership ConnectionMercury
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