G-Sphere

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CD | Blues - Classic Blues
CD | Blues - Classic Blues
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Funk Gettin' Ready To Roll

Artist Song Buy
Funkadelic  Cholly[Funk Gettin' Ready To Roll] (One Nation Under A Groove, 1978)  buy on itunes
James Brown  Doing It To Death (Star Time, 1991)  buy on itunes
Disco Tex & The Sex-O-Lettes  Get Dancin' (The Disco Box, 1999)  buy on itunes
Chic  Everybody Dance (Chic, 1977)  buy on itunes
Heatwave  Boogie Nights (Too Hot To Handle, 1976)  buy on itunes
KC & The Sunshine Band  Keep It Comin' Love (Best of KC & The Sunshine Band, 1990)  buy on itunes
Shirley & Company  Shame Shame Shame (Shirley & Company, 1975)  buy on itunes
Thelma Houston  Don't Leave Me This Way (The Disco Years, Vol. 1: Turn The Beat Around, 1991)  buy on itunes
Donna Summer  I Feel Love (I Remember Yesterday, 1977)  buy on itunes
Stevie Wonder  I Wish (Songs In The Key Of Life, 1976)  buy on itunes
The Temptations  Masterpiece (My Girl: The Very Best of the Temptations, 2002)  buy on itunes
Curtis Mayfield  Do Do Wap Is Strong In Here (The Anthology 1961-1977, 1992)  buy on itunes
Al Green  I Can't Get Next To You (Greatest Hits, 1975)  buy on itunes
Maceo & The Macks  Soul Power 74 (In Yo' Face: The History Of Funk Vol. 2, 1993)  buy on itunes
Average White Band  Person To Person (AWB, 1974)  buy on itunes
Hot Chocolate  You Sexy Thing (Disco Box, 1999)  buy on itunes
Tower Of Power  You Got To Funkifize (What Is Hip? The Tower Of Power Anthology, 1989)  buy on itunes
Fred Wesley & The JB's  Same Beat [Parts 1,2,& 3] (Funky Good Time: The Anthology, 1995)  buy on itunes

Comment:

This is the art school party mix 1976-1979 part 2 - the funk & disco version. Some serious funk leads into some shameless disco get down and diva stuff that I guess you need to have worn toast points in the 70s to appreciate. Then back to the real funk to close out. The punk version of the parties was my last mix.
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Feedback:

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Thomas_Mohr
Date: 6/17/2004
Brilliant. Each and every one a winner.
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erik1966lutig
Date: 6/17/2004
I hurt my back the other day. Otherwise, I would be soooo getting down to this great mix, George. As it is, I am afraid I would not be able to get back up after getting down.
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Media Vixen: Radio Sally
Date: 6/17/2004
Yeowwww!!! Would love to hear this (hint ... hint) ...
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12vman
Date: 6/17/2004
Somethin's funky up in here....
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p the swede
Date: 6/17/2004
gimme a drink and I party all night to this
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Nest of Vipers
Date: 6/17/2004
Funkengroovin!
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valis
Date: 6/17/2004
Great one George! (Looks like my 70s too) NoV said it...
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Muzag
Date: 6/17/2004
Superb, George. Perfect picks all the way.
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Siobhan
Date: 6/17/2004
(Aha, I can sign in again) As valis said, Nest of Vipers definitely nailed it - so much great stuff on here. Like the Al Green and AWB!
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Dom1
Date: 6/17/2004
Brilliant George...I guess everyone below me has nailed it already!
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Rob Conroy
Date: 6/18/2004
Nice.
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buglady
Date: 6/19/2004
Funk-tastic!
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James Jackson
Date: 6/20/2004
I really liked the first of this series. I LOVE this one.
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Slack-a-gogo
Date: 6/21/2004
Yeah, this sure does look like a party.
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The Misfit
Date: 6/25/2004
I don't know this stuff as well as the first disc, but I should. (And it looks fantastic!)
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FLWB
Date: 8/29/2004
Toast Points? Haven't heard that in aaaaa while. I was anti-disco back then but now slowly coming around to appreciate it for what it was not the scene. Thanks!
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strgn
Date: 10/17/2007
so effing great

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