The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – December 15, 2006

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"REMIX UNIVERSE" Is a journey through the weird electronic world of funk and soul remixes. Some of these trax actually bring Tha Funk Bomb! Join the "History of Funk" as we celebrate the futuristic feel of forever funky music.


The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – December 8, 2006

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The Charles Wright "Express Yourself" tribute. Join the "History of Funk" was we celebrate one of the world’s most enduring party songs, "Express Yourself" by Charles Wright and the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band. We will feature many of the covers, remakes and rap versions of this great song, as well as new music and … Continued


The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – November 10, 2006

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"How Radio Was Done" Part 20 (Solo) "65 turns into ’66 with the focus on the touring Beatles at the end of that rope. WABC’s continuous coverage of the Beatles in New York City, Casey Kasem reads a Beatle fan letter, DJs rant, IDs play, The Byrds are infuenced, and lots of live Beatle performances, … Continued


The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – November 3, 2006

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Just in time to set the tone for the upcoming elections, Rickey Vincent takes us back to the powerful soul and rock renditions of anti-Vietnam war music. From the Temptations and Marvin Gaye to Jimi Hendrix and Funkadelic, black artists brought the horrors of that period out through their music.


The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – October 27, 2006

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THE ALL BOOTSY SHOW – the 20th Annual! Rickey Vincent hosts a special three hour celebration of the life and times of William "Bootsy" Collins, the great bassist for James Brown and George Clinton who is widely regarded as "The Number One Funkateer of All Time!" Also featured will be special interviews, and the official … Continued


The History Of Funk

The History Of Funk – October 13, 2006 at 10:00pm

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"How Radio Was Done" Part 19 (Solo) An early to mid 60s look at the Beatniks’ progress, the H bomb, People Are No Good, the words to Mission Impossible, Dylan rehearsing, top 40 blaring, MLK saved by not sneezing, and students revolting, but you’ll never walk alone – a double play!