Soul/R&B/Funk

It's James Brown, Brother Ray and George Clinton.
And it's always on the one...

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George Clinton’s song “The Pinocchio Theory” introduced the notion that funk represented some fundamental emotional honesty. “If you fake the funk,” the theory goes, “your nose will grow.” Fans of Clinton and his bands Parliament and Funkadelic need not fear — Clinton’s funky memoir Brothas Be, Yo Like George, Ain’t That Funkin’ Kinda Hard on You? fakes nothing and pulls no punches. From the 1950's barbershops in Jersey, to the ’60's Detroit scene and on to the Mothership and beyond... more

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