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Soul, Funk, Rythym, Motown


#1

I like to listen to this sort of stuff when I'm driving. It's nice to cruise to and calms me when I'm stuck in traffic:


#2

#3

And just for fun:


#4

Good stuff doc.


#5

Don’t forget Gil Scott Heron and Screamin’ Jay Hawkins!


#6

take off your shoes, I’m about to knock your socks off!

this one’s a slow burner but the peak at the end is tremendous

that’ll do for now, I think


#7

One of my favourites. It has personal significance.


#8

If you’re riding this train, make a stop in Memphis…


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#10

“POW” by Graham Central Station. Larry Graham invented “slappin’ da bass” and there’d be no Les Claypool or Flea without him. First bit of this song is a bit bizarre but gets good after 1:30. Listen to Larry KILL it on the bass starting around 2:55.


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#12

[quote]PimpBot5000 wrote:

“POW” by Graham Central Station. Larry Graham invented “slappin’ da bass” and there’d be no Les Claypool or Flea without him. First bit of this song is a bit bizarre but gets good after 1:30. Listen to Larry KILL it on the bass starting around 2:55. [/quote]

That’s fucking awesome man. Best track of the thread.


#13

Good stuff Dr. P. Mayer Hawthorne is the shit. For another white boy with soul…


#14

bit more contemporary, y’all might get a kick out of it


#15

Anyone mention Curtis Mayfield yet? I’m your pusher man.


#16

[quote]SexMachine wrote:
Anyone mention Curtis Mayfield yet? I’m your pusher man.[/quote]

Top Shelf…start to finish!


#17

Two of my favorites:


#18

Another Mayer Hawthorne fan here. Best breakup song ever:


#19

[quote]EmilyQ wrote:
Another Mayer Hawthorne fan here. Best breakup song ever:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmfcYli6vV4 [/quote]

Made me laugh :slight_smile:
Great thread!


Probably my favorites.


#20