The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – September 6, 2019

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A tribute to acclaimed and influential P-Funk album artist and ghetto-afro-futurist linguist PEDRO BELL, who passed 8/27. Featuring guest funkateers, P-Funk alumni, and an exclusive 1993 interview with P-Dro himself.

Outside of George Clinton, PEDRO BELL is the being most responsible for propagating P-Funk ideology and an urban black psychedelic self-identity for the post 60s black generation. As fellow album artist Overton Lloyd has said: “Pedro Bell is a paradigm shifter.”

We celebrate P-Dro’s influence on the past, present and future of The Fun.

 

Playlist

ArtistSongAlbumLabel
Rickey VincentRide On ItPhool 4 the FunkDribblous Mayhem
FunkadelicThe Undisco KiddTales of Kidd FunkadelicWestbound
FunkadelicTake it To The PeopleTales of Kidd FunkadelicWestbound
Overton Lloyd & othersAlbum art discussionOne Nation Under A Groove DocPBS
FunkadelicTake Your Dead Ass Home! (Say Som'n Nasty)Tales of Kidd FunkadelicWestbound
Tom Vickersinterviewinterviewdemo
FunkadelicSmokeyHardcore JolliesWB
FunkadelicIf You Got Funk, You Got StyleHardcore JolliesWB
Ron Stozo Edwardsinterview pt 1interviewdemo
FunkadelicTales of Kidd FunkadelicTales of Kidd FunkadelicWestbound
Bernie WorrellWake UpRetrospectives
FunkadelicNappy DugoutCosmic SlopWestbound
Shock Glive interviewinterviewdemo
Ron Stozo EdwardsInterview pt 2interviewdemo
FunkadelicThe Electric Spanking of War Babies (instrumental)45 rpm singleWB
Pedro Bell1993 InterviewInterviewdemo
FunkadelicFirst Ya Gotta Shake The Gate [clean]First Ya Gotta Shake The GateC Kinspirazy
FunkadelicHow Do Yeaw View You?Tales of Kidd FunkadelicWestbound
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