The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – March 31, 2017

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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
Larry Graham & Graham Central StationThe JamThe AnthologyRhino
Tower of PowerDon't Change HorsesBack to OaklandWB
Draymond Greeninterviewinterview 3/29/17interview
En VogueNever Gonna Get ItFunky DivasEast West
Digital UndergroundSame SongDoowhatchyalike: The Best of Digital UndergroundRhino
The CoupEverythangParty MusicAnti
The POinter SistersPains and TearsPointer SistersMCA
Rodger CollinsFoxy Girls in OaklandBay Area FunkLuv & Haight
Johnny Talbot & de ThangsEast 14th StreetVelvet BoneOakland rhythm Killers
MC HammerOaktownThe Funky HeadhunterHammer
TupacTupac on Oaklandinterviewinterview
Too ShortShort Dog In the HouseShort Dogs In the HouseJive
ParisPanther PowerThe Devil Made Me Do ItGuerilla Funk
ParisBreak the Grip of ShameThe Devil Made Me Do itGuerilla Funk
Jennifer JohnsTownd OutChronicles of the Aquarian MindJJ
LedisiYou and MeLost & FoundVerve
DarondoDidnt I?Let My People GoLuv & Haight
Larry Graham & Graham Central StationTodayThe AnthologyRhino
The coupMe & Jesus the PimpSteal This AlbumWild Pitch
Marvin GayeInner City BluesLive!Motown
Marvin GayeDistant LoverLive!Moown
Earth, wind & FireThat's the Way of the WorldThe Eternal DanceColumbia
ParliamentSwing Down, ChariotLive: P-Funk earth TourMercury
The HeadhuntersGod Made Me FunkySurvival of the FittestArista
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