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Freedom for the Funk – 5/24 8-10PM

Thursday, May 27, 2010

by Johnny “Soul Brotha/Jona” Kornman

Tune in next week for ‘Sampled to the Soul: a look back at the most sampled funk and soul tracks of all time’!!!

David Axelrod | Jimmy T.
Sly & The Family Stone | Luv N’ Haight
Ann Peebles | You Got To Feed The Fire
Johnnie Taylor | Love Bones
Communicators & Black Experience Band | The Road
Jessie Hill | Ooh Poo Pah Doo Pt. 1
Second Amendment Band | Backtalk
Ike & Tina Turner | Tra La La
The Mighty Hannibal | Somebody in the World for You
Funkadelic | I Got A Thing…
Willie West | Fairchild
Mr President feat Mounam | Gimme Some Time
Oliver Morgan | Roll Call
Elroy Peace | New Day
Little Sonny | The Creeper Returns
Third Point | Majestic Soul
Rufus Thomas | The Memphis Train
Aaron Neville | Tell It Like It Is
Dr. John | (Everybody Wanna Get Rich) Rite Away
Rhine Oaks | Tampin
Albert King | Breaking up Somebody’s Home
Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings | Pick It Up, Lay It In The Cut
James Brown | Mind Power
The Third Guitar | Baby Don’t Cry
Lee Dorsey | Give It Up
Stevie Wonder | Maybe Your BabyDonny Hathaway The Ghetto
Marvin Gaye | What’s Happening Brother
Sly & The Family Stone | Higher (Unreleased Single Version)
Stevie Wonder | They Won’t Go When I Go
The Isley Brothers | Between The Sheets
Tower of Power | Only So Much Oil in the Ground

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