If you've every appreciated George Clinton's desire to make your funk un-cut, this is 5+ hours of bliss "bound to take the average overthinking funk freak to new levels of nerd-dom" (allmusic.com ). This is 91 tracks from ten years of classic funk from the archives of Warner Bros., Atlantic, Reprise, Atco, and smaller labels like Cotillion, Curtom, Alston, and Jonie. You may want to follow the allmusic.com  link to the review just so you can follow along track by track and know who is playing on each track (one downside to our streaming service is there's not enough track-by-track detail for music nerds). There is not much hear many people will immediately recognize - even the known entities have deep cuts (Curtis Mayfield's (Don't Worry) If There's a Hell Below We're All Going to Go ring a bell? It's apparently one of the better known tracks here.) Don't let this deter you though. Many a great hip-hop track have sampled from herein, and there is a lot more remixing and shuffling to be imagined. Well - what are you waiting for?! Get on the good foot and go get your funk on!
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