The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – March 15, 2019

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


Rickey VincentRide On ItPhool 4 the FunkDribblous Mayhem
Jesse JohnsonCRAZAY with Sly Stone12" SingleA&M
Ohio PlayersSkin TightSkin TightMercury
Ronkat SpearmanTap OutDemoDemo
P-Funk All StarsCatch A KeeperHydraulic FunkWestbound
ParletFunk Until The Edge Of TimeFunk Essentials: Best of ParletMercury
Ida NielsenYou Can't Fake The FunkSometimes a Girl Needs Some Sugar TooIda Nielsen
Jill ScottClosureWomanBlues Babe Records
SlynkWiggle ItFront Yard FutonSlynk
BabyStoneAsk Me (Featuring Sly Stone)BabyStone - EPBabyStone
Sly Stone Richard PryorSLy and Richard on DrumsMike Douglass Show 1974demo
You Can Make It If You TrySly & The Family StoneThe Woodstock ExperienceEpic
Karl Denson's Tiny UniverseGossipGnomes & BadgersSeven Spheres Records
Tha P-UnionParty Me UpParty me Up - Singlefunk'n flavor / bindelari
FunkadelicFunk Gets Stronger (Killer Millimeter Longer Version)The Electric Spanking Of War BabiesWB
PTFIBumpity Bump (Long Version)Bumpity Bump (Long Version) - SingleEula Music
Curtis MayfieldUndergroundRootsRhino
Sly & The Family StoneLuv N' HaightThere's A Riot Goin' OnEpic
BrickGood HighGood High / BrickRobinsongs
Ohio PlayersAngelAngelMercury
Ronkat Spearman's KatdelicDrive AwayD.O.T.M.S.Ronald K. Spearman
The FuturelicsBeyond TimeClassicFuturelic Records
Lilan Kane & Cosa Nostra StringsToo Much WomanLilan Kane & Cosa Nostra Strings - EPJazz Mafia
The Undisputed TruthYou Can't Run from YourselfTruth Gon' Set You FreeEarvisions

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