If you like funk, you may also like...
Date: 14-Apr-1999 13:09:57
From: Mariano E. Spataro (email@example.com)
If you like James Brown, PFunk, etc, try:
Herbie Hancock (Columbia years)
Miles Davis (70's)
Dizzy Gillespie and Lalo Schifrin
Date: 23-Apr-1999 13:12:18
From: MICHAEL BURTON
IF YOU LIKE FUNK;
TRY: GEORGE DUKE(THE EARLY CDS(REACH FOR IT,ECT.
Date: 24-Apr-1999 19:30:21
From: Dave Shevchuk
If you like funk and your also interested in Jazz listen to "Living on Planet Groove" by Maceo Parker. You won't regret it.
Date: 28-May-1999 09:21:08
From: LEON GORDON HUNTER
If you like funk/jazz, I suggest the following:
GROOVE JAMMY (32 RECORDS)
SLIDE FIVE - Rhode Trip
GALACTIC - Coolin' Off
THE GREYBOY ALLSTARS
Date: 15-Oct-1999 09:55:11
From: Anders Nyström (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Brecker Brothers - It just doesn't get any better than that. From "Heavy Metal BeBop" to "Out of the Loop", they are all really good.
Date: 03-Feb-2000 13:56:16
From: charles blass (email@example.com)
ornette coleman & prime time - body meta, of human feelings, dancing in your head
ronald shannon jackson & the decoding society -
shannon's house, what spirit say, raven roc, barbeque dog, mandance...
Date: 14-Jun-2000 11:50:12
From: Jonny McIntosh
Herbie Hancock "Fat Albert Rotunda"
There's a fine line between funk and jazz anyway, surely?
Date: 02-Jul-2000 11:36:45
From: Ryan Baird
Listen to these artists:
-Medeski, Martin, and Wood
Date: 07-Jul-2000 10:05:14
From: Jim Kestle
Listen to anything from guitarist Hiram Bullock!!
Date: 08-Aug-2000 23:10:02
From: Rahul (firstname.lastname@example.org)
You can't beat PFunk, don't waste time going anywhere else, they already have a lifetimes worth of music.
Date: 23-Nov-2000 18:18:42
From: Daniel Wyllie (email@example.com)
- The Brand New Heavies
- Ed Motta
- Weather Report
- Digable Planets
- Guru (Jazzmatazz)
- Chaka Khan
- Erikah Badu
- Herbie Hancock
- Billy Cobham
Date: 31-Jan-2001 23:06:18
From: Charles Burton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Okey people. Marcus Miller! Check out The Sun Don't Lie.
Date: 24-Oct-2001 18:33:15
From: mikey (email@example.com)
Try these lesser known bands:
Serial Groove Killer
and where in that list of fine greasy pocket groups:
are Tower of Power ..and Stuff?
Swing ..or I'll kill you ( Bill Potts )
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