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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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Doggett, Bill - Honky Tonk 

Label: King
 
Rating: 7.03
Votes: 29
Jan 17 2002 3:45PM by slopoke
Watch out for ref. #'s 4950, 5001, 5444, which are also "honky-tonk". None of these are funky.

Nov 29 2001 3:23PM by djsoulcracker
Ref: 6239. Year: 1969. I happen to like this side better, but they're both just so tight and hot. You just can't go wrong with this one.

May 4 2001 12:17PM by Josh B
This track is featured on an original King LP....KS 1078. Both the tracks on the 45 are great....but the whole album is a monster! Obviously a JB production, Recorded in Cincinnati at King Studio. Songs on LP include: Honky Tonk, 25 Miles, Honky Tonk Popcorn, Slippin' In, Cozy Corner, Corner Pocket, Make Your Move, After Lunch, Mad, A Doozy, Mr. Pitiful, and Turnabout. Most of these were penned by Dogget himself. This came on a Blue Label King. A true funk masterpiece!

May 3 2001 5:12PM by Dean
I prefer this side better,sampled by the Beatnuts.People always bug out when I play this here in Cali.

May 3 2001 7:43AM by Paul B
I agree, but this still ain't bad.

Jul 26 2000 5:14PM by James Trouble
The flip side, Honky Tonk Pop Corn is much, much , much, much better.



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