The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – September 29, 2017

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


Rickey VincentRide On ItPhooll 4 the FunkDribblous Mayhem
Herbie HancockTell EverybodyFeets Don't Fail Me NowFunky Town Grooves
The Gap BandParty Train 12"The 12" Collection and MoreMercury
The Bar-KaysLet's have Some FunFunk FunkMercury
The Brothers JohnsonRide-O-RocketThe Milennium CollectionA&M
Amp FiddlerThe Funk Is Here To StayMotor City BootyMidnight Riot
Sal's GreenhouseRock Bottomdemodemo
Tye GunnTye's New Old School FunkTyrone Gunn
The O'JaysBack StabbersBack StabbersLegacy
Larry Graham & Graham Central StationPeopleAnthologyRhino
WarSouthern Part Of TexasDeliver The WordAvenue
The Undisputed TruthHelp YourselfNothing But The TruthKent
Sheila EInner City Blues / Trouble ManIconic: Message 4 AmericaStilletto Flats Music
Prince & the RevolutionLife Can Be So NiceParadePaisley Park
Lge Curry & Ras ManosThe Real DealTranstonkcationImmOnoPol
CommodoresGonna Blow your MindMachine GunMotown
The Undisputed TruthCosmic ContactMethod to the MadnessWounded Bird
The Undisputed TruthMethod to the MadnessMethod to the MadnessWounded Bird
PTFIThe Funk Family BumpThe Final ChapterEula Music
Sly & the Family StoneLuv n HaightThere's A Riot Going OnEpic
Joe Keyes & the Late Bloomer BandEhterealForever Is A Long TimeJoe Keyes
The PropositionsAfricanaPulp Fusion: EvolutionHarmless
SaoulShe SaidThe JuiceSaoul
Sheila EYes We Can CanIconic: Message 4 AmericaStiletto flats Music
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