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Country Funk Volume II 1967-1974

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Don't Be Cruel
Artist: Billy Swan
4:15
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Me and Mr. Hohner
Artist: Bob Darin
3:18
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California Women
Artist: Hoyt Axton
2:22
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Hunger Child Blues
Artist: Townes Van Zandt
3:13
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Collection Box
Artist: Thomas Jefferson Kaye
4:05
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Shotgun Willie
Artist: Willie Nelson
2:43
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The Weight
Artist: Jackie DeShannon
3:03
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Don't Let Me Down
Artist: Dillard & Clark
3:52
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Pay Day Give Away
Artist: Bill Wilson
4:02
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Getting Happy
Artist: Dolly Parton
2:40
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Nobody
Artist: Larry Williams & Johnny Watson with The Kaleidoscope
2:37
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Rising Sign
Artist: Jim Ford
3:44
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Cajun Moon
Artist: J.J. Cale
2:17
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Sumpin Funky Going On
Artist: Donnie Fritts
2:52
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Tulsa Turnaround
Artist: Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
3:41
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Long Long Time to Get Old
Artist: Great Speckled Bird
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Northeast Texas Women
Artist: Willis Alan Ramsey
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 17   Total Length: 57:47

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07.07.14
Various Artists, Country Funk Volume II: 1967-1974
2014 | Label: Light In The Attic / The Orchard

In 2012, Light in the Attic coined the term “country funk” to describe the strange hybrid of twangy Anglo country music and honeyed African-American soul that arose in the late 1960s and ran through the ’70s. They weren’t the first label to explore this fertile territory. Other comps — ranging from Country Got Soul and Soul Jazz’s Delta Swamp Rock series to this look from the other side of the racial divide… read more »

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This is outstanding

JohnnyDakota

Such an amazing compilation of tunes. Tulsa Turnaround is the crown jewel of this.