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Give the Drummer Some

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The Godfather of Soul

Ain’t no doubt about the funkiness of these monster tracks. Songs rotate, so come back often—to get up and to get down.

Donny Hathaway, “The Ghetto”

James Brown, “Make It Funky”

Kool & the Gang, “Jungle Boogie”

Sly & the Family Stone, “Runnin’ Away”

Stevie Wonder, “Jesus Children Of America”

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As the leader of the Bad Apples—the legendary St. Louis funk band—Mouse Watkins knows a thing or two about Underground Funk. He's been bin-diving since waayyy back in the day, and he wants to share a few of his all-time underground favorites with you. The list rotates—come back often, and ...

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