Just want to celebrate funky music
Thumpin‘ music until the party is over
I Just Want To Celebrate (Mocean Worker Remix) – Rare Earth
Mocean Worker, the stage name of electronic musician and producer Adam Dorn, is known for his remixes that blend various genres and add electronic elements to classic tracks. Rare Earth’s original version of “I Just Want to Celebrate” was released in 1971 and became one of their biggest hits. The song is known for its energetic and upbeat vibe, combining elements of rock, funk, and soul.
Thumpin‘ Music – The Commodores
A track from The Commodores‘ 1975 album “Movin‘ On.” The song showcases the band’s signature blend of funk, soul, and R&B. It features lively instrumentation, including prominent bass lines, energetic drums, and soulful vocals. The Commodores, hailing from Alabama, gained significant popularity in the 1970s and 1980s with their soulful sound and chart-topping hits.
Unfunky UFO – Parliament
By Parliament, the iconic American funk band led by the legendary musician George Clinton. The track appears on their critically acclaimed album “Mothership Connection,” released in 1975. “Unfunky UFO” remains a fan favorite and a testament to Parliament’s creativity and innovation. Its blend of funk, humor, and sci-fi elements captures the essence of the band’s unique style and their commitment to pushing musical boundaries.
Anytime – eMpulse
Funk’n’Roll (Dancin‘ in the „Funkshine“) – Quazar
Quazar’s unique sound and electrifying performances gained them a dedicated fan base during their active years. While their success may not have reached the same heights as Parliament-Funkadelic, they left a lasting impact on the funk music scene with their fusion of different musical styles and their ability to create a party atmosphere with their music. Released in 1978, it captures the energetic and groove-driven sound that the group was known for. Quazar was a funk collective formed by brothers Glenn and Kevin Goins.
Man Power (Can You Do It) – Lalomie Washburn
Released in 1977, the track showcases Washburn’s powerful vocals and her ability to deliver energetic and soulful performances. Lalomie Washburn had a versatile career, working as a backing vocalist for various artists and also pursuing her solo endeavors. The song reflects her ability to infuse elements of funk, soul, and disco into her music, creating an infectious and groove-driven sound.
It’s Too Funky In Here – James Brown
“It’s Too Funky In Here” embodies the essence of James Brown’s music with its infectious grooves, energetic instrumentation. Released in 1979, the track became a hit and is widely regarded as one of Brown’s funk classics.
Hustle Wit Every Muscle – The Kay-Gees
Released in 1975. The Kay-Gees, a spin-off group of the renowned funk band Kool & the Gang, brought their own unique flavor to the funk scene of the 1970s.
A Little Love – Aurra
Released in 1981, the track became one of their most popular and enduring hits, showcasing their signature blend of funk, R&B, and disco influences. Aurra, comprised of Curt Jones and Starleana Young, rose to fame during the late 1970s and early 1980s. They were associated with the influential funk group Slave before venturing into their own musical endeavors. “A Little Love” exemplifies their ability to create infectious grooves, catchy melodies, and soulful vocals.
The From „Which Way is Up“ – Stargard
A 1977 comedy film starring Richard Pryor, and Stargard was involved in the movie’s soundtrack. Stargard was a female R&B trio known for their disco and funk-infused music. The track served as the main theme song for the film and became a notable hit, reaching the top of the R&B charts and achieving significant popularity.
It Takes Money – Ty Karim
A talented soul and R&B artist known for her recordings in the 1960s and 1970s. Released in 1973, “It Takes Money” showcases Karim’s powerful and soulful vocals and her ability to deliver captivating performances. Ty Karim had a relatively short-lived career as a recording artist but left a lasting impact on the soul and R&B music scene.
Supersound – The Jimmy Castor Bunch
The Jimmy Castor Bunch was led by Jimmy Castor, a multi-talented musician, singer, and songwriter. „Supersound“ exemplifies the band’s dynamic sound, featuring Castor’s distinctive vocals, infectious grooves. From 1975.
Do Ya Wanna Get Funky with Me – Peter Brown
A song by Peter Brown. Released in 1977, the track became one of his most popular and enduring hits, showcasing his talent for creating infectious disco grooves. Brown’s breakthrough came with his debut single “Do Ya Wanna Get Funky with Me,” released in 1977. The song became a disco anthem, reaching the top of the charts and solidifying Brown’s status as a disco artist to watch.
Love Bug – Tower Of Power
“Love Bug” is a song by the soul band Tower of Power. Released in 1977, the track showcases the band’s signature blend of funk, R&B, and horn-driven arrangements. Tower of Power, known for their energetic and dynamic performances, gained prominence in the 1970s as one of the premier funk bands of the era.
The Party Is Over – The Chaplin Band
The sound was characterized by their tight musicianship, energetic performances, and an infectious sense of fun. “The Party Is Over” captures their spirit and showcases their ability to create music that brings joy and gets people on their feet. Released in 1983, the track became one of their most successful singles, showcasing their energetic disco sound.
Main Attraction – Bobby Thurston
Released in 1980, the track became one of his most successful singles and remains a popular choice among disco and dance music enthusiasts. As a disco artist, Bobby Thurston gained recognition during the late 1970s and early 1980s. He was known for his polished and vibrant sound, incorporating elements of funk, soul, and R&B into his music. “Main Attraction” showcases Thurston’s talent for delivering captivating performances and creating music that resonates with disco enthusiasts.
- I Just Want To Celebrate (Mocean Worker Remix) – Rare Earth
- Thumpin‘ Music – The Commodores
- Unfunky UFO – Parliament
- Anytime – eMpulse
- Funk’n’Roll (Dancin‘ in the „Funkshine“) – Quazar
- Man Power (Can You Do It) – Lalomie Washburn
- It’s Too Funky In Here – James Brown
- Hustle Wit Every Muscle – The Kay-Gees
- A Little Love – Aurra
- The From „Which Way is Up“ – Stargard
- It Takes Money – Ty Karim
- Supersound – The Jimmy Castor Bunch
- Do Ya Wanna Get Funky with Me – Peter Brown
- Love Bug – Tower Of Power
- The Party Is Over – The Chaplin Band
- Main Attraction – Bobby Thurston
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