The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – July 3, 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 songdemo
Redds & the BoysMovin' and Groovin'12" Single
Kool & the3 GangFunky Stuff / More Funky StuffVintage Funk volume twoMVP)
Chuck BrownWe The PeopleBest of Chuck BrownRaw Venture
The Mighty MocambosThe New MessageThe Future is Here
Boogie Down ProductionsI'm Still #1By All Means NecessaryJive
Ohio PlayersFar East MississippiContradictionMercury
Gil Scott HeronThe Train From WashingtonReal Eyes
Marvin GayeYou'Re the ManThe Very Best of Marvin GayeMotown
Kendrick LamarThe Blacker the BerrieTo Pimp A ButterflyRCA
The Last PoetsBlack People What Yall Gon Do?This Is MadnessMatroTone
MaterialGloryThe Third Power
FunkadelicBlack PeoplePanther soundtrack
Brass ConstructionNow is Tomorrow (John Morales remix)
George ClintonMan's Best Friend (extended version)Extended PleasureCapitol
Junie MorrisonSurrenderJunie - The Westbound YearsWestbound
ParliamentAll Your Goodies Are GoneUp For The Down StrokeMercury
Average White BandA Love Of Your OwnSoul SearchingRhino
Stevie WonderToo HighInnervisionsTamla
Herbie Hancock & the HeadhuntersSteppin in itOmaha Civic Auditorium 17th November, 1975Hi Hat
ValentiParty FiestaValenti
Chuck BrownFunky StuffWe Got ThisRaw Vernture
GizelleSmiths & the Mighty Mocambos Hold FastThis is Gizelle Smith
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