The History Of Funk

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – May 3, 2004


Seven U.S. officers reprimanded in the Iraqi prisoner abuse scandal – Their military careers are likely over.. The New Yorker Magazine cites an internal Army report which found that Iraqi detainees were subjected to sadistic, blatant, and wanton criminal abuses.. CBS News admits it sat on the story for 2 weeks at the request of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

The U.S. Military chooses a new Iraqi General to lead the assault on Fallujah

The U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia warns Americans to leave the country, after a weekend attack kills six westerners

A commission from Californians united for a responsible budget with a plan to close four state prisons

San Francisco begins to implement its controversial Care Not Cash program for the homeless

An initiative to raise more funds to treat mental illness qualifies for the November State ballot


Al Eaton - Paris - Skyler Jett
History of Funk Intro Song
What You Waiting For?
What You Waiting For?
MCA Records
Macy Gray
Maybe Your Baby
Talking Book
429 Records
Nona Hendryx
First Choice
Armed and Extremly Dangerous
Armed and Extremly Dangerous
Philly Groove Records
Soldier Of Love
Soldier Of Love
Ann Peebles
I Pity The Fool
Straight From The Heart & I Can't Stand The Rain
Hi Records
Marlena Shaw
Woman Of The Ghetto
Global Television
Wanda Robinson
A Possibility (Back Home)
The Doors Of Perception
Tom Tom Club
As Above, So Below
Tom Tom Club
Patrice Rushen
Let There Be Funk
Shout It Out!
Soul Brother Records

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