The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – July 3, 2020

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Playlist

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

Playlist

ArtistSongAlbumLabel
Andre CymoneThe Dance ElectricA.C.Columbia/Legacy
GoapeleRed, White & BluesEven CloserSkyblaze Recordings
Childish GambinoThis Is AmericaThis Is AmericamcDJ Recording/RCA Records
Time Zone, John Lydon & Afrika BambaataaWorld DestructionWorld Destruction (single)Celluloid
Gary Clark Jr.This LandThis LandWarner Bros.
FunkadelicField Maneuvers - OriginalUncle Jam Wants YouCharly Records
The Freaky ExecutivesBackwards WorldLive at the Greek Theater 1985demo
Michael Franti & SpearheadLife In The CityAll Rebel RockersUniversal Music
Kofy BrownSay a PrayerSay a PrayerSimba Music/Starita Records
RonKat SpearmanKeep On LovingD.O.T.M.S. - Dance On The Mothership (Deleted)4TuneIt
FunkadelicCholly / Funk Getting Ready to RollOne Nation Under A GrooveRe:disc Records
Michael JacksonBlack Or WhiteDangerousSony Music Entertainment
Stevie WonderBlack ManSongs In The Key Of LifeUniversal Music
Jimi HendrixMachine Gun (Live at the Fillmore East, NY - 1/1/70 - 1st Set)Songs For Groovy Children: The Fillmore East ConcertsSME - Legacy Recordings
Gil Scott HeronWinter In America (live)Winter In AmericaRumai-Gia Records
Ernie IsleyDeal With ItHigh WireRhino/Elektra
John Legend;The Roots;Common;Melanie FionaWake up EverybodyWake Up!G.O.O.D. Music/Columbia
P Funk All StarsOne Nation Under A GrooveLive At The Beverly Theater In HollywoodAce Records
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