The Funky 16 Corners. This outstanding collection of funk singles compiled by Stones Throw Records includes 16 songs recorded between 1968 and 1974 by obscure underground groups from America. One of the strongest crossover funk labels of the last decade, Stones Throw pays due respect to modern music's forgotten grandfathers on this most grooving recorded history lesson of impeccable quality.
The Funky 16 Corners. Album Stones Throw STH2038. Description: Stones Throw Records presents a glimpse into the lives and music of 16 unsung heroes of the late 60s and early 70s’ funk revolution from each corner of the United States. These are musicians that strove to achieve the success of The Meters and James Brown, musicians that played their instruments with a gut-wrenching power unheard in modern music, musicians that testified on wax and have resurfaced some thirty years after disappearing from the music scene. If there's a problem with The Funky 16 Corners, it's that it's exhausting to listen to all the way through. The energy is kept at such a level that it's best to break it down into two or three sessions- don't try and take it in all at once.
The Highlighters Band. The Funky 16 Corners. B2. –The Rhythm Machine. The Funky 16 Corners (2xCD, Comp). Stones Throw Records, Basement Digs. Australia & New Zealand. The Funky 16 Corners (CD, Comp, Promo). Released August 5, 2001. The Funky 16 Corners Tracklist. 2. Dap Walk by Ernie & The Topnotes Lyrics. 5. Funky 16 Corners by The Highlighters Band Lyrics.
Songs from The Funky 16 Corners by Bad Medicine, Billy Ball and The Upsetters, feat. Free download and listen The Funky 16 Corners. The Wooden Glass, feat. Tracks count: 21. Views: 4. Various Artists - Outro 01:04. Carleen & The Groovers, Carleen and The Groovers - Can We Rap 02:13. Bubbha Thomas and The Lightmen Plus One - The Phantom 02:19.
The Funky 16 Corners Various Artists. urada Dinleyin: Apple Music. The Funky Buzzard (Bonus Track). James Bell & The Turner Brothers. 22 Parça, 1 Saat 13 Dakika. Yayımlanma: 5 Ağu 2001. 2001 Now Again Records.
Anchored by the Highlighters' classic "The Funky 16 Corners," whereby the Indianapolis group upped the ante in 1969's craze for bands counting "corners" (read: hit me three times!) by breaking the recorded benchmark with 16, this compilation leans heavily on the James Brown sect and celebrates the lesser-known groups of the genre, who with high talent and low budget put to.