Star Time #59: Get In My Bag

Maybe it's just me–actually it's usually just me–but I felt that since moving Star Time to the South Puget Sound Branch Office, the show might've gotten a little soft. Which is fine, nobody warms up to a squishy ballad like me, but either way it was time for an all-funk edition just to shake off the cobwebs. We got it all this week: O.G. funk, Latin funk, socially conscious funk, even full-on Marxist funk for those who want to get their dialectical materialism on. Where my proletariat at??

Set 1
Curtis Lee & the KCP'sGet In My Bag1967Rojac
Lou CourtneyHey Joyce1967Pop-Side
James CrawfordStone Fox1967King
Bull & the MatadorsThe Funky Judge1968Toddlin' Town
Dee EdwardsA Girl Can't Go By What She Hears1968Premium
Red TamRed Tam is a Lover1968Dade
Shirley & AlfredKid Games and Nursery Rhymes1968Whiz
The Isley BrothersIt's Your Thing1969T-Neck
Set 2
Sly & the Family StoneThank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)1969Epic
The Duke of BurlingtonFlash1969Signal (Italy)
B.W. SoulsMarvins Groove1969Round
James BrownSay It Loud - I'm Black and I'm Proud1969King
Tyrone ChestnutThe Bump1969Intrepid
Ballin' JackFound a Child1970Ballin' Jack
Set 3
The Voices of East HarlemRight On Be Free1970Elektra
Vernon GarrettWe People in the Ghetto1970Kapp
FunkadelicIf You Don't Like the Effects, Don't Produce the Cause1972Westbound
Betty DavisAnti Love Song1973Just Sunshine
The TrinikasBlack Is Beautiful1972Pearce
WarThe Cisco Kid1972United Artists
Set 4/Outro
Lonette McKeeSave It (Don't Give It Away)1974Sussex
The Advanced Workers With the Anti-Imperialist SingersYou Was Dancin Need to Be Marchin So You Can Dance Some More Later On1976People's War
Earth, Wind & FireSaturday Nite1976Columbia
Herman Kelly & LifeDance to the Drummer's Beat1978Electric Cat
Mass ProductionFirecracker1979Cotillion
Con Funk ShunFfun1977Mercury


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