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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Old Doc Skinner, Oct 23, 2011.
i'm reminded when Rock School was on tv when i was at Unrock School
the men from funkle
Fatback Band - Gotta Get My Hands on Some Money
Detroit Sex Machines:
Rare Earth.. funky..... yehhh...
NE4TT beat me to it! Hipness is ... what it is...
How 'bout this? A little Eisely Brothers..
Five Alarm Funk
Sly and the Family Stone - Sing a Simple Song
AWB - School Boy Crush
Here is a vinyl mix of funk and soul I put together earlier this year. Some really deep 45s in here!
DJ Otis Funkmeyer - Chow Mei Funk
1. Backlash - Funky Streaker
2. Cinnamon Suns - Party Time
3. Brothers of the Ghetto - Rockin' Chair
4. The Violators - Hung Up pt. 1
5. Hot Lungs - I Cried One Million Tears
6. Lee Williams and the Cymbals - Shing-A-Ling U.S.A.
7. Black Earth Plus - How Can You Say You Love Me pt. 1
8. Paul Burton - So Very Hard To Make It (Reissue)
9. Smokey Robinson and the Miracles - Point It Out
10. Bobby Jones - Welcome Back A Foolish Man
11. The Natural Resources Unpolluted - Funky With My Stuff
12. The Hesitations - No Brag Just Fact
13. Diana Ross & the Supremes - He's My Sunny Boy
14. Harrison & the Majestic Kind - Can You Fine [sic] Me Love
15. Richard "Dimples" Fields - Finger Lickin' Good
16. Kookie Little - Just A Minute With 60 Seconds In It
17. Willie Gresham and the Free Food Ticket - Step by Step
CHIC Live at Budokan 1996 Good Times
Check out Bernard Edwards @ 3:10. His last show. RIP.
SHE'S A BAD MAMA JAMA / Carl Carlton
The Dazz Band-JOYSTICK
Dazz Band - Let It Whip
I love this thread
To bring it to something modern and English, I present the New Mastersounds
"Funky Town" LIPPS, INC.
You don't like the word funk but, pimp is OK?
As a funk purist and a fan mostly of funk from 1966-73, it can be frustrating sometimes that the word funk often conjures up images of Afro wigs, disco beats and slick Seinfeldian slap bassisms. I sometimes use the term Deep Funk to make the distinction for that raw 60s JB sound.
I'm with you on the stylistic designation thing but why worry about it.
Funk is Funk. We, that love the idiom, know "what it is".
The rest of the world doesn't care!