5/10/18: Funky Times Are Here Again

Catching up on some playlists. A few weeks back the funk was in the air. That funky smell you heard was the Fuzz Factory Funky Times Are Here Again special feature. Here’s the playlist, be careful, it’s a little sticky.

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Bundy’s Pick – Cut Chemist 

Quit Jive’in – Pearly Queen

Get Down – Montereys

Burning Spear – S.O.U.L.

Heart ‘n Soul – Booker T. Averheart

Funky Broadway – Lowell Fulson

It Ain’t Fair, But It’s Fun – The Fabulous Originals

Grab A Handfull – Art Jery Miller

What A Man – Linda Lyndell

Wrap It Up – Sam & Dave

Stop – Camille Bob

If It Feels Good Do It – Phil Flowers

There’s A Wrinkle In Our Time – 1984

Funk Key – Jakobs Kelly

Farm Song – Leon Gardner

A Woman Named Trouble – Little Sunny

Soul Strokes – Sidney Pinchback & The Schiller Street Gang

Do The Sweetback – March Wind

He Say She Say – Chet Ivey

Make It Funky – James Brown

The Memphis Train – Rufus Thomas

Can You Dig It? – Chico & Buddy

Clap Your Hands – Reginald Milton & The Soul Jets

Super Good – Dynamite Singletary

You Ain’t Miss It – Roy Roberts

Right Place, Wrong Time – Ray J

Gotta Get Me A Job – Ann Alford

Some Mother’s Son – Sandra Phillips

Party Time – James Carpenter

Brand New Girl – Billy Garner

Smokin’ Cheeba-Cheeba – Harlem Underground Band

Love Rollercoaster – Ohio Players

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Funky Times Are Here Again

That’s right. The Funk Factory returns this week. Thursday night the Fuzz Factory will transform into the Funk Factory. This return has been long overdue. It’s been years since I’ve had an old school funk special feature. The time is right. Funky times are here again.

Tune in Thursday night from 8-10 PM (EST) for two hours of old school funk soul classics. Here is a taste of what’ll be flowing.

1/25/18: Brad, Satchel & Pigeonhed

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Last week the Fuzz Factory featured the vocals of Shawn Smith. A singer based in Seattle with a forgettable name but unforgettable voice. He is lead vocalist for Brad, Satchel and Pigeonhed. Good stuff.

Here’s the playlist:

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Marathon Man – The Icarus Line

Motivation – Tripping Daisy

Stretchmarker – Baroness

Clean My Wounds – Corrosion Of Conformity

Funeral Bell – Black Label Society

Dawn Rising – Red Fang

Glow – Royal Thunder

Do It Again – Queens Of The Stone Age

Laserblast! – Fu Manchu

Oaxaca – Awesome Color

On And On – Curtis Harding

Born To Die – King Khan & The Shrines

 On A Rope – Rocket From The Crypt

Now I’m A Fool – Eagles Of Death Metal

Wear You Out – TV On The Radio

Texas Cowboy – Sick Hyenas

The Rain – The Spyrals

Battle Flag – Pigeonhed

Equilibrium – Satchel

Drop It Down – Brad

Marry Me – Pigeonhed

Needle And Thread – Brad

Takin’ It Back – Satchel

We – Brad

I Don’t Know – Brad

The Fuzz Factory Returns Tonight

Don’t call it a comeback! I’ve been here for years!

Holiday break has ended and school is back in session. That means the Fuzz Factory is back too. Tune in tonight for two hours of great rock & roll (www.scadatlantaradio.org).

Tonight’s compare/contrast feature is Deftones and Primus. Two heavy bands with a touch of the weird. Sounds good to me.

Sounds like a good way to start 2018.