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Soul / Funk


  • Curtis Mayfield: Superfly
  • Bobby Womack: Across 110th Street
  • Funkadelic: One nation under a groove
  • Gil Scott Heron: The bottle
  • Sly & The Family Stone: Remember who you are
  • Aaron Neville: Hercules
  • Joe Tex: I gotcha
  • Lee Dorsey: Everything I do gonh be funky (From now on)
  • Ike and Tina Turner: Cussin', crying and carryin' on
  • Ann Sexton: You're losing me
  • Kool and The Gang: Funkasize
  • The Meters: Sassy lady
  • Bobby Womack: That's the way I feel 'bout cha
  • Bar-Kays: Son of shaft
  • Danny White: Natural soul brother
  • Ella Washington: I don't care about your past
  • Jesse Anderson: Mighty mighty
  • Maceo & All The King's Men: Funky women
  • Mavis Staples: Chocolate city
  • Robert Parker: Get ta steppin'
  • Lee Dorsey: Who's gonna help brother get further
  • Barry White: Where can I turn to
  • Curtis Mayfield: Freddie's dead
  • Fred Wesley: Still on the loose
  • The Meters: Look-ka Py-Py
  • Joe Tex: Rub down
  • Ripple: I don't know what it is but it sure is funky
  • Sly & The Family Stone: Can't nickname the truth
  • Roscoe Robinson: Fox hunting on a weekend
  • The Last Poets: Black thighs
  • Al Jarreau: Kissing my love
  • Ann Sexton: Colour my world blue
  • Bobby Womack: I can understand it
  • JJ Johnson & Bobby Womack: Harlem Clavinette
  • Leroy Hutson: Butterfat
  • Mr Jamo: Shake what you brought with you baby
  • Pee Wee Ellis: That thang
  • Funkadelic: Freak of the week
  • David Batiste & The Gladiators: Funky soul (Part 1)
  • The Meters: Chicken strut
  • Betty Harris: There's a break in the road
  • Lee Dorsey: Get out of my life woman
  • Sir Joe Quarterman: Give me back my freedom
  • Natural Four: Eddie you should know better
  • Ann Sexton: Sugar Daddy
  • Aaron Neville: Make me strong
  • Geater Davis: Will it be me or him (Part 1)
  • Last Poets: Blessed are those who struggle
  • Moody Scott: We gotta bust out of the ghetto - Parts 1 & 2
  • Ripple: A funky song
  • Alvin Cash: Alvin doing his thing
  • Staple Singers: After sex
  • Rasputin Stash: The devil made me do it
  • Maceo & All The King's Men: Southwick
  • Lightnin' Rod: Sport
  • Ike Turner: Thinking black
  • Bobby Womack: If you don't want my love, give it back
  • Backyard Heavies: Soul junction
  • Al Wilson: Willoughby Brook road
  • Willie West: Fair child
  • Gil Scott Heron: H20 Gate blues
  • Maceo & All The King's Men: Maceo
  • Nina Simone: African mailman
  • Curits Mayfield: Pusherman
  • Eddie Bo: Stone graveyard
  • Pee Wee Ellis: Moonwalk
  • The Meters: Pungee
  • Al Wilson: La La peace song
  • Last Poets: Tribute to Obabi
  • Bobby Womack: If you want my love, put something down on it
  • Ann Sexton: You can't win
  • Backyard Heavies: Just keep on truckin'
  • George McCrae: Bantu Strut
  • Billy Butler: Sugar candy lady
  • Lloyd Price: They get donw
  • Sir Joe Quarterman: I got so much trouble in my mind
  • ZZ Hill: I think I'd do it
  • Staple Singers: Chase
  • Lee Dorsey: Gator tail* oody Scott: We've got to save it
  • The Meters: Cissy strut
  • Bobby Womack: You're welcome, stop on by
  • Ohio Players: Trespassin' u. v. a.