Category Archives: Funk

The RH Factor – Hard Groove

As an underground club jam session warrior from N.Y.C. Roy Hargrove came with this fantastic neo soul/jazz/funk album, released in 2003 for Verve Record label. Beside brilliant trumpet playing of the ace, a huge contribution to a pleasureful harmony of The RH Factor gave

The RH Factor – Hard Groove

As an underground club jam session warrior from N.Y.C. Roy Hargrove came with this fantastic neo soul/jazz/funk album, released in 2003 for Verve Record label. Beside brilliant trumpet playing of the ace, a huge contribution to a pleasureful harmony of The RH Factor gave

Stevie Wonder – Innervisions

After the release of Talking Book, Wonder said: “We as a people are not interested in ‘baby, baby’ songs any more, there’s more to life than that.” As a result, Innervisions, released in 1973 for Motown Records, is like a snapshot

Stevie Wonder – Innervisions

After the release of Talking Book, Wonder said: “We as a people are not interested in ‘baby, baby’ songs any more, there’s more to life than that.” As a result, Innervisions, released in 1973 for Motown Records, is like a snapshot

Funkadelic – Funkadelic

This psychedelic soul-roll of funk-rock, let’s call it like that, is one of those albums which makes you regret for not living the “Turn on, tune in and drop out” era and consuming Funkadelic’s self-titled 1970 debut. The album was released for Westbound

Funkadelic – Funkadelic

This psychedelic soul-roll of funk-rock, let’s call it like that, is one of those albums which makes you regret for not living the “Turn on, tune in and drop out” era and consuming Funkadelic’s self-titled 1970 debut. The album was released for Westbound

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Tony Allen – Psycho On The Bus

This unique album, released in 2000 for Comet Records, was made while riding the big tour bus, Allen and L jammed extensively, the Doctor programming his iBook and Allen percussing on whatever came to hand. They liked what they were

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Tony Allen – Psycho On The Bus

This unique album, released in 2000 for Comet Records, was made while riding the big tour bus, Allen and L jammed extensively, the Doctor programming his iBook and Allen percussing on whatever came to hand. They liked what they were

Miles Davis – Tutu

Released in 1986 for Warner Bros Records, Tutu is originally planned as a collaboration with pop singer/songwriter Prince, but Davis ultimately worked with bassist/multi-instrumentalist Marcus Miller. Miller wrote and arranged most of the songs. The music is heavily inspired by

Miles Davis – Tutu

Released in 1986 for Warner Bros Records, Tutu is originally planned as a collaboration with pop singer/songwriter Prince, but Davis ultimately worked with bassist/multi-instrumentalist Marcus Miller. Miller wrote and arranged most of the songs. The music is heavily inspired by

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Black Merda – The Psych Funk Of Black Merda

Rough and dirty. Some call it heavy funk, I call it postcard funk. Dig it. Black Merda is an American rock band from Detroit, Michigan, active from the mid-1960s to the early 1970s and reuniting in 2005. They are considered to be

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Black Merda – The Psych Funk Of Black Merda

Rough and dirty. Some call it heavy funk, I call it postcard funk. Dig it. Black Merda is an American rock band from Detroit, Michigan, active from the mid-1960s to the early 1970s and reuniting in 2005. They are considered to be

The Detroit Experiment

Starts galactic with a strong kick and an echoed cry of Marcus Belgrave’s trumpet.  Instant catch of attention as it’s different from anything heard before. It just doesn’t stop being impressive till it’s very end. It’s an amazing blend of artists

The Detroit Experiment

Starts galactic with a strong kick and an echoed cry of Marcus Belgrave’s trumpet.  Instant catch of attention as it’s different from anything heard before. It just doesn’t stop being impressive till it’s very end. It’s an amazing blend of artists