Users' Highest Rated Funk Albums of All Time. The Best Albums of All Time.
The resulting list of 100 artists, published in two issues of Rolling Stone in 2004 and 2005, and updated in 2011, is a broad survey of rock history, spanning Sixties heroes (the Beatles) and modern insurgents (Eminem), and touching on early pioneers (Chuck Berry) and the bluesmen who made it all possible (Howlin’ Wolf).
Album · 2005 · 14 Songs. 2005 Henry Stone Music. See All. The Legendary Henry Stone Presents Weird World: Miami Funk, Vol. 2. Various Artists.
Rolling Stone Presents: The Early Years. The term "Early Years" is pretty nebulous in regards to Rolling Stone's history, since the ten tracks on this collection range from songs recorded before the magazine was publishing (Lovin' Spoonful's 1966 hit, "Summer in the City") to after it was established as the music-industry standard (Little Feat's 1973 classic, "Dixie Chicken").
Released by Henry Stone Music Jun 2005 14 Tracks. PLAY ALL. The Legendary Henry Stone Presents: Miami Funk, Vo. Released by Henry Stone Music Jun 2005 14 Tracks.
List of 100 Greatest Funk Artists plus top 5 Neo-Funk Rock/Metal Bands, top 5 G-Funk Artists, top 5 Electro-Funk Artists, and more. Criteria: Artists are based on popularity, impact, and influence, with an emphasis on the world of funk music. Though not all of these artists are strictly funk, if any artist had a significant amount of important funk songs, they are factored here into the rankings. 1. James Brown 2. Sly & The Family Stone 3. George Clinton, c 4. Earth, Wind, & Fire 5. Curtis Mayfield 6. Stevie Wonder 7. Isley Brothers 8. Kool & The Gang 9. Rick James 10. Isaac Hayes 11. Zapp & Roger 12.
The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time" is a 2003 special issue of American biweekly magazine Rolling Stone, and a related book published in 2005.
Artists: Famous Chromes. Freddie and the Kinfolk. The Funky Bunch - Miami Funk 03:44. Famous Chromes - Groove On 03:24. Miami - Notorious 02:38.
Rolling Stone Record Guide.