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I Like Funky Music - The Artist (Formerly Known As Prince) - Midnight Snack (CD)

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  1. Shakashura
    Funk, rhythm-driven musical genre popular in the s and early s that linked soul to later African-American musical styles. Like many words emanating from the African-American oral tradition, funk defies literal definition, for its usage varies with circumstance. As a slang term, funky is used to describe one’s odour, unpredictable style, or attitude.
  2. Goltitaxe
    taibigcutuhodobilwinipurefheo.coinfo doesnt like men being front row, makes it hard to sing the ballads - E-mail - orgNote - Report post to moderator Reply #11 posted 07/06/07 pm.
  3. Akit
    At this time, Prince was known as "Artist Formerly Known as Prince" but during the concert -- which started at midnight -- he characterized himself as an indentured servant during his year tenure at Warner Bros. Records, and used performance to announce that he's now a .
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  5. Mezinos
    Apr 22,  · “Prince made dance music that rocked and rock music that had a bristling, funky backbone. From the beginning, Prince and his music were androgynous, sly, sexy and provocative.”.
  6. Faugore
    Sep 16,  · Prince, Tom Petty, Steve Winwood, Jeff Lynne and others -- "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" - Duration: Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 82,, views.
  7. Mushakar
    The Artist (Formerly Known As Prince) ‎– Gold Label: Warner Bros. Records ‎– WCD, Warner Bros. Records ‎– WOCD, NPG Records ‎– , Warner Bros. Records ‎– /5(36).
  8. Shaktimuro
    Funk Music History and Famous Artists. The genre of funk music was a social and political voice of lower and middle class citizens. The lyrics were based on day-to-day tales of tragedy, suffering, violence, harsh realities like troubled and fickle relationships, dying and crushed dreams, racial struggle, and a very in-your-face facts of life reality.
  9. Telabar
    (I like funky music) (I like funky music) (I like funky music) (I like funky music) Everybody get on the floor We got the groove U feel in your soul When U're good 'n' funky, U can say U know Dance 2 the funky music, come on CHORUS If U ain't got no partner U can use your hair Shake it like a hooker, baby, I don't care.

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