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FUNK45.com contains over 2000 audio clips of rare funk and soul 45 rpm singles recorded in the late 60s and early 70s with contributions from the world's top funk DJs and collectors. The music is often grittier than well known artists such as James Brown and has been ignored by the music industry for 40 years. While you're here don't forget to rate these funk records!!! more...
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Sweet Les - Sweet Potato, Collard Greens

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Cook, Bobby Quartette - Riding High

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Seven From Eleven - Strawberry Snocone

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Bo, Eddie - Hey Mama, Here Comes The Preacher 

 Rating: 6.11
Votes: 28
Dec 6 2001 9:20AM by Larry Grogan
Released under the name 'Doug Anderson'(Also an Eddie Bo pseudonym) on Janus, with a 'Shelly Pope' writing credit. When I asked him about the Curly Moore and the Kool Ones 45, Eddie Bo said that Shelly Pope was a local DJ that had nothing to do with the record. I suspect the same is true here. Pope wouldn't be the first DJ to take credit for a record he didn't write/produce etc.



Guitar Ray - Funky Pete

Beverly, Frankie Raw Soul - Color Blind

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Flaming Ember - Filet De Soul

   


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