Tags 70's funk & soul, pimp music, black power, rare groove, blaxploitation
Artists James Brown, Sly & The Family Stone, Curtis Mayfield
November 01, 2011
Twenty-eight extremely hip and cool tracks from the funky 70's including music by James Brown, Curtis Mayfield and Sly & The Family Stone along with a handful of rare grooves...
nice playlist - muchas gracias!
yummy, thanks for this mix
Thank you for all those positive comments. Here are two other mixes in the same spirit:
This is phenomenal!
nice! roll it up!
you are genius... grrrrrr
Where can I find that version of Why Did You Do It?
This version was found on the compilation album "The Spirit of Funk" See here:
That gold era of funk grooves! Early Bohannon is heavy and cool! Thanks for this mix like old good wine ^)
A Study of an Instrumental # 10: Rock Atmo by Kristinn Pálsson
At last, here it comes, the tenth and final instrumental study mix filled with rock atmosphere from different periods of time, where the electric guita...
study, study music, instrumental, instrumental rock, interesting
A Study of an Instrumental # 9: The Blues by Kristinn Pálsson
Here it is, the study of the blues from America and England.
study, study music, instrumental, blues, rhythm & blues
A Study of an Instrumental # 8: Funk and Soul by Kristinn Pálsson
Just keep on studying and groove along with this soundscape made of funk and soul from the 60's and the 70's.
study, study music, instrumental, funk/soul, rare groove
International Standards - Icelandic Versions Vol. 2 by Kristinn Pálsson
Here are a few more interesting examples of how Icelandic musicians have adapted some well known classic pop hits and standards from the 60's and the 7...
iceland, icelandic, interesting, covers, classic pop