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  • Album: Funk'n / So Good
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  • Released: 1978
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A Funk'n
B So Good

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20 Best Funk Albums of 2016. 2016’s best funk albums! This year was insanely tough. There weren’t a lot of true funk releases, but we hear that 2017 has some great funk coming down the pike including a new album from both George Clinton and Parliament. But without retyping the same things we always say, here’s our pre-ramble. While there are still moments of grown folk music and smooth jazz, the album is filled with plenty of funk music with spicy jazz flavoring and plenty to go around.

The first single released from the album, "Mean Mistreater", was released on November 23 and the second, "Inside Looking Out", was released in January 1971. The album was originally released as a double album on the LP format. Subsequent reissues of the album on the compact disc format have been both double and single disc sets.

Группы Megadeth So Far, So Good.

Criteria: These Funk albums were chosen and ranked based on their initial and lasting popularity, influence, impact, acclaim, and overall stature in funk music circles. Last Updated: 2016-12-16.

A definitive protest album and a departure from the psychedelic soul that fueled the band’s rise, There’s A Riot Goin’ On is as much about the struggles Black Americans still faced after the Civil Rights Movement as it is about Sly’s own demons. Tension between bandmates, demanding record executives and rampant drug use, coupled with frequent overdubbing in the album’s mix, gave way to a hazy sound that embodied the social climate of the early ‘70s. The band sounds so good, I’m pretty sure Brown catches the Holy Ghost during the nearly 13 minute jam session Time is Running Out Fast, When Brown does gift us with his voice, he slips into the band perfectly, spitting about revenge on the title track and crooning about loss on the ballad Forever Suffering. An album so influential it was added to the Library of Congress, Mothership Connection is the epitome of P-Funk. Earth, Wind, & Fire: I Am.

G-Funk was inevitable. The unrepentant militancy of groups like Public Enemy and . could only sustain itself and remain engaging for rap fans for so long. The technically innovative rhymes of Rakim and Big Daddy Kane were only fresh until the arrival of imitators. You could only sample James Brown so many times. In the racial and socio-economic tumult of Southern California, G-Funk helped continue to give a voice to beleaguered communities. Given the brevity of this list and the desire for diversity, we had one central rule: one song per album. The result is that, while there are glaring omissions – we could have easily presented a list of just DJ Quik tracks – there’s more room for acts that have been unfairly glossed over. Additionally, there are artists whose absences will undoubtedly incite rage, but it’s worth noting that G-Funk, a derivation of gangster rap, is essentially a sub-sub-genre.

About half the album was recorded at home; the rest was recorded at Sunset Sound, in Los Angeles. Prince played or sang nearly everything, although there were some contributions from Sheila . former Revolution members Wendy and Lisa and a few others. The three-record Crystal Ball concept was followed all the way through to the mastering stage and included a suitelike twelve-minute title track. I think it showed an artist who had really grown. Photos: Prince's Welcome 2 America Tour at MSG.