The History Of Funk

Hard Knock Radio – March 8, 2004

Playlist

International Women’s Day Special: The first of a month long series on "What Makes a Man" hosted by author Rebecca Walker; Women in history whose social and political actions have made a difference; Poetry by young women about women and the issues effecting our communities.

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Al Eaton - Paris - Skyler Jett
History of Funk Intro Theme
demo
Afrika Bambaataa and Family
Sho Nuff Funky
The Light
EMI
The Miracles
Love Machine
Love Machine : The 70's Collection
Motown
Cameo
Soul Army
Alligator Woman
Chocolate City
Brothers Johnson
Get the Funk Out Ma Face
Monster Funk Party
Relativity
Average White Band
Schoolboy Crush
Cut The Cake
Atlantic
Leon Haywood
I Want'a Do Something Freaky To You
Funky Stuff: The Best Of Funk Essentials
Mercury
Funkadelic
Let's Take It To The Stage
Let's Take It To The Stage
Westbound
Betty Davis
Shut Off The Light
Nasty Gal
Light in the Attic
Minnie Riperton
Inside My Love
Adventures in Paradise
Capitol
Earth, Wind & Fire
Reasons
Gratitude
Legacy
Con Brio
A Sex Supreme
Kiss the Sun
Ledisi
Think of You
Lost and Found
Verve
Roy Ayers Ubiquity
A Tear To A Smile
A Tear To A Smile
Polydor
Sheila Brody
I Want to Tell you
Katdelic
Sir Nose / Sky is Falling medley
Live @KPFA 12.27.13
Will Magid
Marmalade Parade
Osaka Monaurail
Ball of Fire
Riptide
Unique
Move On Up Ft. Bibi Tanga & Peeda
Horndogz
#Wooof (Your Daily Canine Zine)
Uptone
Ronkat Spearman's Katdelic
We're Here / Here and Now
D.O.T.M.S.
Little Beaver
Let the Goodtimes Roll
The Very Best Of
T.K.
Funkadelic
Pole Power
First Ya Gotta Shake The Gate [Disc 2]
The C Kunspyruhzy

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