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


Get In The Groove – The Mighty Hannibal

Funk Soul Classics. The old school sounds from 1965-1975. There is no better party music in the world. Today is housecleaning day. No better housecleaning music too. Get up, get down. Move all around.

The Mighty Hannibal, Atlanta’s Funk Soul Master. R.I.P.

8/8/13: Old School Funk & Soul

Welcome to the Funk Factory! Actually, welcome to the Fuzz Factory Old School Funk & Soul special feature! This marks the long-awaited return of the FUNK! That’s right, this week the Fuzz Factory features three hours of Soul Funk Classics from 1965-76. You got to get get get up, get down!

This week the regular hard rock vibe of the Fuzz Factory was replaced by the countless grooves of old school funk and soul. I’m talking about the funk and soul sounds generated during the late 60’s and early 70’s. This highly influential music is all kinds of awesome. Rock bands listened and were influenced by the high energy funk rhythms. Hip-hop and rap artists sample this type of music all the time because of the irresistible grooves found all over this music.

I consider this music to be the best kind of pick me up music. Get stuff done music. Get it going music. At those times there’s nothing better to have in your stereo. Get, get up and get, get, get, get down!

I included a few classics in with the rarities. Three hours of funky goodness. Here’s the Old School Funk & Soul special feature playlist. Catch you on the flip side.

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Move On Up – Curtis Mayfield

Humpin’ – The Bar-Kays

Soul Feelin’ Pt.1 – Eddie G. Giles

Don’t Chain My Soul – Carlton Basco

Take Care Of Your Own Business – Dave Hamilton

Soul Brothers Testify – Soul Senders

Gotta Get Me A Job – Ann Alford

The Devil Made Me Do It – Curtis Knight

I’ve Got Reasons – Mary Jane Hooper

If You Want Me To Stay – Sly & The Family Stone

You Ain’t My Brother – Soul Shakers

Ghetto (Misfortune’s Wealth) – The 24-Carat Black

Get Up And Get Down – The Dramatics

Trouble Man – Marvin Gaye

Ball Of Confusion (That’s What The World Is Today) – The Temptations

My Mind Set Me Free Pt.1 – House Guests

Lay It On Me – Willie Johnson

Funky Mind – Donnie Brown

You Ain’t Miss It – Roy Roberts

Freedom And Justice – Pace-Setters

Standing On The Corner – Michael Liggins

Ain’t No Sunshine – Harlem Underground Band

Mother Popcorn (Part 1 & 2) – James Brown

When Love Comes Home – Chet Ivery & His Fabulous Avengers

You’re Wasting My Time – Billy Garner

Across 110th Street – Bobby Womack & Peace

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised – Gil Scott-Heron

Now Is The Time – Sister Love

Who’s Gonna Help Brother Get Further – Lee Dorsey

Ease It To Me – Shirlean Williams & The Tempo’s Band

I’ll Stay – Funkadelic

Emma – Hot Chocolate

Smokin Cheeba-Cheeba – George Benson

Black Cobra Pt. 2 – Curly Davis & The Uniques

Big City Funk – Dennis Coffey

Get Out Of My Life Woman – Allen Toussaint

War – Carla Whitney

No Way Out – Clarence Reid

Mini Skirt – Performers

Color – L.A. Carnival

Evil Ways – The Brothers Seven

Can You Dig It? – Chico & Buddy

Number One – Playgroup

Revolution – Dr. John

Cynthy-Ruth 2008 – Black Merda

Let The Good Times Roll – Little Beaver