The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – October 2, 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 JettHistory of Funk intro songdemoRV
Larry Grhanam & Graham Central StationGCS DrumlineRaise UpRazor & Tie
Larry Graham & Graham Central StationThrowin' Down The FunkRaise UpRazor & Tie
Ohio PlayersFoppHoneyMercury
Con Funk ShunFfunFunk EssentialsMercury
SlaveBaby SinisterParty Lites: More of the BestRhino
Arkade FunkTiltMeet Me At the Go GoDiscoteque
FunkadelicZip ItFirst You Gotta Shake The GateC Kunspirazy
Pacific Rhythm ComboHonky tonk PopcornBlack FeelingFreestyle Records
Rodney O & Joe CooleyU Don't Hear Me ThoGreatest HitsThump
ParisBring That Slap BackPistol PoliticsGuerilla Funk
7A3Drum of SteelRap Declares WarRhino
Chaka KhanBack In The DayFunk ThisBurgundy Records
Chi-Lites(For God Sakes) Give More Power to the PeopleGreatest HitsRhino
D'Angelo and tte VanguardBack In the Day (Part 1)Black MessiahRCA
WarSlippin into DarknessAll Day M<usiAvenue
ParliamentDr FunkensteinClones of Dr FunkensteinMercury
Bootsy's Rubber BandCan't Stay AwayBack in the Day: Best ofWB
CommodoresYou Don't Know that I knowCaught in the ActMotown
FunkadelicPhilmoreAmerica Eats Its YoungWestbound
JunieTightropeThe Westbound YearsWestbound
ZootzillaPussy FootP'n All Over The PlaceFlamoneous
George ClintonFree AlterationsComputer GamesCapitol
FunkadelicThe Electric Spanking of War BabiesThe Electric Spanking of War BabiesWB
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