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Naomi Shelton

Sanctified soul sister Naomi Shelton increased to prominence in her past due sixties as an associate of Daptone records’ retro-rooted soul/funk steady, along with her backing group the Gospel Queens, but her pedigree being a performer of both sacred and secular music stretches back again much further than that. Delivered …

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Baby Charles

Created in 2001, Baby Charles developed a solid reputation like a convincing live attraction schooled in past due-’60s funk before putting your signature on towards the Milan-based Record Kicks label. Their early singles “No Managing Me” and “Back again of My Hands” were accompanied by their acclaimed rework from the …

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Wicked Witch

An obscure and wildly idiosyncratic funk act from Washington, D.C., Wicked Witch was the studio room alter ego of Richard Simms, who gained a little but devoted pursuing among enthusiasts of uncommon R&B edges for a small number of self-released singles that combined funk, progressive rock and roll, jazz fusion, …

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Science Faxtion

Another of super bassist Bootsy Collins’ seemingly endless part projects, Technology Faxtion is actually the Praxis lineup (Collins on bass, Buckethead on acoustic guitar, and Brian “Mind” Mantia on drums) with versatile vocalist and guitarist Greg Hampton and programmer DJ Botieus along for the trip. Falling towards the rock and …

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60,000,000 Buffalo

While Zephyr produced their mark initial, this music group was conveniently as popular in Colorado through the ’70s. Actually, these two rings distributed the stage on several ocassion, with an agreeable competition between Judy Roderick and Chocolate Givens, both business lead vocalists. 60,000,000 Buffalo had been known because of their …

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Brass Fever

Formed in LA in 1975, Brass Fever was a short-lived band of session players that documented two instrumental jazz-funk albums for ABC: 1975’s Brass Fever and 1976’s Period Is Working Out. Brass Fever was a proper name for the group, which utilized a minimum of five trombonists on its initial …

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Saravah Soul

Saravah Spirit is a half-Brazilian, half-British collective that takes on a cross music they contact Afro-Brazilian funk. Founded by frontman, vocalist, and break dancer Otto Nascarella in 2005, who relocated to London from Sao Paulo to be able looked its dance music underground for players who share his eyesight. He …

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Kassin+2

Alexandre Kassin, Moreno Veloso, and Domenico Lancelotti form a music trio, which can very well have already been called an organization, if it weren’t for the actual fact that they, in rather unorthodox style, focus on every individual group member rather than the group like a device. Thus, in the …

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Sharon Jones

By the audio of them, you’ll have thought Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings began making funk-threaded spirit music jointly in the 1960s. Few devotedly vintage acts had been as convincing. Few performers as qualified as Sharon Jones at stuffing records with ache and meaning will be willing to choose sound …

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Dâm-Funk

One-man music group, producer, and DJ Damon Riddick, referred to as self-termed “contemporary funk” artist Dâm-Funk (“Dâm” is normally pronounced “Dame”) was raised an just child in Pasadena, California and was infatuated with a variety of music throughout his childhood, including large intensifying rock, synth pop, and funk. He had …

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