The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – November 6, 2015

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


Al Eaton - Paris - Skyler JettHistry of Funk intro songdemoRV
One WayMr. GroovePHat Trax Vol 4Rhino
CameoCameosisCameosis & Feel MeCherry Red
Bar-KaysShake Your Rump to the FunkFunk EssentialsMercury
CameoRigor MortisCardiac ArrestMercury
Breakdown BrassMary JaneMary Jane singleBB
Danny BedrosianInstilled In MeThe ClockBozfonk Moosik
Lonnie Liston SmithSorceressLiveRCA Victor Gold Series
Isley BrothersTake Me To the Next PhaseFunky FamilyT Neck
LakesideShot of LoveShot of LoveSolar
Larry Grahanm & Graham Central StationFeel The NeedAnthologyRhino
Kool & the GangHollywood SwingingWild & PeacefulDe-Lite
The MetersTippi ToesVery Best of The MetersRhino
Osaka MonaurailFruit BasketRiptideShout
LocksmithTMIUnlock the FunkExpansion Records
Donald ByrdDominoesRidin Low - Funk JamsThe Right Stuff
S.O.S. BandJust Be Good To MeThe Best of S.O.S. BandTabu Records
Bernie WorrellHope is HereFree AgentPurple Woo
Michael HendersonWe Are Here to Geek You UpSlingshotUnidisc
Graham Central StationI Believe In youRelease YourselfWB
PTFIShut Up And PlaySecond Coming Of The OneEula Music
PrinceThis Could B UsHitNRun Phase OneNPG Records
G KoopGame Pieces
Dam FunkCaint Let Em Change MeInvite The LightStones Throw
One WayPop ItOne Way Featuring Al HudsonPTG
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