The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – October 9, 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
Bunny SiglerLet Me Party With YouLet Me Party With YouSalsoul
People's ChoiceParty Is A Groovy ThingGolden ClassicsCollectibles
SlaveParty HeartySlaveRhino
PocketsCome Go With MeCome Go With UsColumbia
Isley BrothersLiquid LoveFunky FamilyLegacy
CameoThrow It DownCameosis / Feel MeCherry Red
Steve ArringtonWay OutWay Out 80-84Atlantic
JunieJarr The GroundBread Alone + 5Funky Town Grooves
FunkadrillRelease The FunkSingleFunkadrill
ParliamentSide EffectsChocolate CityMercury
FunkadelicBetter By the PoundLet's Take it To the StageWestbound
Lonnie Liston SmithA Chance For PeaceIntroducing Lonnie Liston SmithBMG
Donny HathawayEverything is EverythingEverything is EverythingAtco
Curtis MayfieldRight on For the DarknessGet Down to the Funky GrooveCharly
HeadhuntersHere and NowSurvival of the FittestArista
Chambers BrothersTime Has Come TodayGreatest HitsColumbia
FunkadelicOld FoolFirst You Gotta Shake The GateC Kunspirazy
CommodoresI'm ReadyCaught in the ActMotown
FunkadelicBy Way of the DrumBy Way of the DrumHip-O Select
BlackaliciousBlackaImani, Vol.1OGM Recordings
Last PoetsGet Movin'Oh My PeopleCelluloid
Kendrick LamarWesley's TheoryTo Pimp A ButterflyInterscope
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