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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by getbent, Jun 7, 2020.
Though I've already made my contribution to this thread, there's a song I'm surprised hasn't come up yet.
"Everyday People" by Sly & the Family Stone has a similar single-note bass groove, but it's a little more driving than funky if you ask me.
Some really great songs in this 8 page list! I would love to have a compilation os all of them (almost all).
I saw one other Tower of Power suggestion but I have to toss this one out for your listening pleasure.
This is a great thread! There is some seriously funky stuff being posted here! Thank you.
My contribution is Sexy Ida by Ike & Tina Turner.
Absolutely! Have you seen the live version of when Slash joined Chic for a two week tour in the late 90's/early 2000's (I forget when).
Steve Wonder first came to mind Superstition , but then Watermelon man by Herbie Hancock and the head hunters
Two 8 note phrases with only one note changed played for twenty-four minutes. Relentlessly funky.
Listen in headphones
the funkier take on it...
Edgar Winter. Shake It Off:
this is the funkiest intro in human history:
so funky, you have to slap yourself
James Brown yes, but what about Chuck Brown from Philly
Gadsen, Withers and the boys get funky on the down low:
Won't you take me down, to funky town? Beep-beep- bo-beep, bo beep-beep beep.
I’ve been collecting funk records exclusively for 23 Years and these are the funkiest IMO
Funk St. Workshop - Git on up
Miguel de Deus - Cinco Anos
Ultrafunk - Funky Al
Cookin’ Bag - This is me
Leon Mitchison - What Cha Need
And of course James Brown - I Got The Feelin’
I have a ton of deep funk playlists up on Spotify, check out my page:
If the ground is shaky, I prefer this one
Grand Funk Rail Road We're an American Band