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  1. Funkytown Records (0) En Vivo Desde Costa Rica: Canzion (0) Vida Nueva: Funkytown Records (0) Los Vencedores: Funkytown Records (0) .
  2. May 19,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Funkytown - cover YouTube The Knack's My Sharona cover by Phil X (Bon Jovi) and The Drills - Duration: Smiley Sean Recommended for you.
  3. Buy Funkytown arr. Johnnie Vinson at grogramesearchlisurderssimpnasibolgwe.xyzinfo Concert Band Sheet Music. Heres a rockin classic from that has stood the test of time. Recently fe.
  4. dj ohhenry | 4/22/20 - jazzy hip hop quaranstream beats and bars bbqs and brews soul, r&b, rap, soul x boogie x jazz, blues, electronic, funk, hip-hop, jazz, boogie, hip hop old school, downtempo, 90s, 70s, latin funk, funk x disco, 90s x golden era Afghanistan See playlist.
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  6. Mar 24,  · There's a whole lot of rhythm going round as I showcase the funk albums in my vinyl collection as requested by DJ Funktual, the Sample Junkie himself. Visit.
  7. Blue Funk is great jazz funk, not the more comercial funk we are used to, but very good (and jazzy) funk from the late '60 and early '70 made by very good and creative musicians. I specially like "Down Home Funk" by Richard Holmes and the cover of Sly Stone's Family Affair/5(14).
  8. Vinyl records are a unique collectable form of music, they are fun and offer a great listening experience. If you are looking to add a new special item to your record collection or want to surprise someone with an exclusive gift, you can find one by browsing our growing collection of colored vinyl .
  9. 'Blue-funk' is a highly unusual phrase in that it was coined twice - the second version being unconnected with the first. Taking the UK version first, the funk referred to there meant 'a state of anxiety'. The 'blue' is just an intensifier. An early example of the phrase in print is found in the anonymous English novel Phrenologist's Daughter.

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