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Funk You

I ain't getting paid to throw funk on you, I do it for free. My tunes are FUNKALICIOUS, I guarantee! I've got hard to find rare groove, soul jazz and funk playin' 24/7. Click >>here to get down with the get down on FUNK YOU r.a.d.i.o.

Published: 2009-03-15T21:20:46-07:00


Kutiman-Thru-you - 01 - Mother of All Funk Chords


Amazing mashup of YouTube videos. Pretty funky.

Reuben Wilson, Grant Green, Jr. & Clyde Stubblefield


Thought I'd post a shot I took at The Elbo Room, San Francisco, CA (11/12/2005). A friend of mine took me to see this concert for my soon to be birthday. What a solid night. These guys jammed late into...

Wes Montgomery - Full House - Jazz 625


Wes Montgomery was perhaps one of the best jazz guitarists of the sixties. Amazing that he was able to have created such a unique style with the picking of the guitar with just one thumb. Gotta love the way the...

James Brown Video Week - Vid #1


As everybody knows, YouTube is a goldmine. I thought I'd take some time to post some of the gems I've found.

Song of the Day - FRANCINE KING (featuring Sax Kari) / Two Fools


This one is off of the "Sax Kari & Others -- Fumigate Funky Broadway - The New Orleans Sessions". According to Dusty Groove, this is "A great batch of rough New Orleans soul -- recorded by Crescent City impresario Sax...

Song of the Day - Bobby Byrd / I'm On the Move


Bpbby Byrd was James Brown's wingman and backup singer in his Famous Flames backup vocal group His solo career was short lived at best. However his contribution is not to be overlooked as he may have been the one to...

Song of the Day - Groove Collective / The Great Escape


This acid jazz outfit from downtown New York City was formed in 1990 by flutist Richard Worth. Groove Collective has had 5 or so albums since then. They're best seen live as their studio albums do not capture their raw...

Song of the Day - Sam & Dave / Can't You Find Another Way


Samuel Moore and David Prater spent their childhood singing in church in the South. Their chance meeting took place in Miami at the at the "King of Hearts Club" in Miami in 1961. Their chance meeting lead to many highs...

Funk Night @ Sublounge


If you live near San Francisco then come on down to Sublounge this Friday 03/25 for a little soul clappin' and booty shakin'...Heck you may even get a chance to meet me. I'll be wearing my Speed Racer T-shirt so...

Song of the Day - Parlet / Help From My Friends


Parlet was essentially comprised of back-up singers from P-Funk. George Clinton was their producer on each of their 3 albums. "Play Me or Trade Me", "Pleasure Principal", and "Invasion of the Booty Snatchers" have roots in Funk, R&B, Soul and...