The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – September 18, 2015

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


ParliamentTheme From theBlack HoleGloryhallastupidMercury
Sly & the Family StoneDance to the Music (disc4)Live at the Fillmore 1968Epic
Larry Graham & Graham Central StationIt's AlrightAnthologyRhino
PleasureGlideFuture NowAce
Gap BandEarly In the MorningEssentialsMercury
Sly & the Family StoneColor Me TrueLive at the Fillmore 1968Epic
Jupiter CannonsJimi Gets FunkyJimi Hendrix MixtapeDr Samplestein
Average White BandLove Your LifeSoul SearchingAtlantic
Brass ConstructionL-O-V-E-UBrass Construction IIIUA
Earth, Wind & FireSun GoddessGratitudeColumbia
EarphunkSunup to SundownSweet NastyEarphunk
Con BrioKiss The SunKiss The SunBurning House
James BrownIn the MiddleThe PopcornPolydor
Ronkat Spearman's KatdelicYou're BeautifulsingleKatdelic
Young Hold UnlimitedSoulful StrutRock Instrumental Classics Volume 4: SoulRhino
Sly & the Family StoneLove CityLive at the Fillmore 1968Epic
DynamicPower to the PeopleMicrocosmicMKTG Kings
DynamicWildflowersMicrocosmicMKTG Kings
DynamicTakin My TimeMicrocosmicMKTG Kings
DynamicMiddle of the MadnessMicrocosmicMKTG Kings

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