The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – August 7, 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 songdemoRickey Vincent
Brass ConstructionGet UpRiding Low: Funk JamsThe Right Stuff
Jimmy Castor BunchMaximum StimulationThe Everything Man: The Best of the Jimmy Castor BunchRhino
FatbackLet's Do It Again14 KaratSpring
SlaveJust FreakThe ConceptCotillion
Malina MoyeI'm K-YoticsingleMalina Moye Music
Ronnie LawsAlways ThereStreet GroovesFantasy
BrickLivin' From The MindBrickBang
Communicators & Black ExperienceIs It Funky Enough?All Platinum FunkCharly Groove
MutinyHow's Your Loose Booty?Mutiny On The Mamaship / Funk Plus The OneFunky Town Grooves
Con BrioKiss The SunKiss The SunBurning House
Ramsey LewisAufu OoduSalongoCBS
Ohio PlayersClimax (theme from 69)PainWestbound
Hank BallardFrom the Love SideCan't Keep A Good Man DownSoul Brother Records
Eddie KendricksLet me Run Into Your Lonely heartMy People Hold OnTamla
Towerof PowerYou Got to FunkefizeWhat is Hip? The Tower orf Power AnthologyRhino
Sly & the Family StoneAre You Ready? (show 4)Live at the FillmoreEpic
Afro Funk ExperienceWhat it Was, Pt 2Never Be The SameA E
Broun Fellinis & FemiNatural MysticUndercover Presents ExodusUndercover Presents
D'AngeloPrayerBlack MessiahRCA
Parliament - FunkadelicMaggot BrainTheNewberg SessionsP-Vine

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