The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – July 8, 2016

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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
Brass ConstructionChangin'Brass ConstructionUnited Artists
X- ClanFunkin' LessonTo the East, Blackwards4th & Broadway
Sir Joe Quarterman & Free SoulThe Way They Do My LifeFunkin' on the 1 (disc 3)Disky
Zigaboo ModelisteGunsBack on the Right TrackZig
The Last PoetsBlack RageHoly TerrorBlack Arc
The Geto BoysCrooked OfficersinglePriority
ParisEvilSonic JihadGuerilla Funk
ParisAWOLSonic JihadGuerilla Funk
D'Angelo And The Vanguard1000 DeathsBlack MessiahRCA
Michael Franti & SpearheadLife in the CityAll Rebel RockersAnti-
Rick JamesMr. PolicemanStreet SongsMotown
Sly & the Family StoneDon't Call Me Nigger, WhiteyStand!Epic
Richie HavensWhat's Going OnPortfolioStormy Forest Records
Gil Scott HeronWinter in America (solo version)Listen Whitey!Light in the Attic
Ruth Copeland featuring FunkadelicDon't You Wish You Had (What You Had When You Had It)Self Portrait / I Am What I AmInvictus
Stevie WonderBlack ManSongs in the Key of LifeMotown
P-TheoryMessage To LoveFrom the Hood to the WoodP-Theory
The O'JaysWhen The World's At PeaceBack StabbersLegacy
TemptationsMessage From a Black ManPsychedelic SoulMotown
D'Angelo And The VanguardPrayerBlack MessiahRCA
FunkadelicIf You Don't Like The Effects, Don't Produce The CauseAmerica Eats Its YoungWestbound
Sly & the Family StoneOrganizeHigh on YouCBS
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