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Funk

(fŭngk, fōōngk), Casimir 1884-1967.
Polish-born American biochemist whose research of deficiency diseases led to the discovery of vitamins, which he named in 1912.
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ISLAMABAD -- American band Grupo Fantasma introduced their signature sound of Latin funk music to more than 3,000 people last night at Music Mela.
American band Grupo Fantasma introduced Latin funk music to 125 high school and university students from across Islamabad during their live performance at Lok Virsa.
Dean Martin smiled in the same places when he sang that song.'" Andre says he grew up listening to Motown and performers like James Brown and then started buying funk music and later got into rock.
Dean Martin smiled in the same places when he sang that song.'" Peter says he grew up listening to Motown and performers like James Brown and then started buying funk music and later got into rock.
Initially applying his bass guitar talents within funk music, Nazmi's musical path was inexorably altered by attending the 2007 Cape Town Jazz Festival.
The legendary Stone Pony hosts Robby Krieger's “Doors 50” show on April 10 and on April 11, it is the setting for “Funk That Bass,” a night of bass driven funk music performed by an all-star band of funk and rock heavies held down by funk pioneer Bernie Worrell.
There, he was joined by the Funky Butt DJs playing Latin jazz, vintage rhythm and blues, bluebeat, ska, soul and funk music, alongside Latin food stalls.
Krimau's interests lay in the soul and funk music world, while I [Bachir] focused mainly on Hip-Hop music.
As a teenager and young adult, he played the drums in soul and funk music bands.
Old friends and electro music enthusiasts, the two singers got together in December last year to mash up some dirty electro and funk music, incorporate live guitars, synthesizers, vocals and vocoders to create a sound of their own.
Their topics include African American healing women in the films of Julie Dash and Kasi Lemmons, African American males' maladaptive coping strategies to racism at predominately white post-secondary institutions, the layering of multiple identities in Dayton funk music, Steele and the Supreme Court's creation of the union's duty of fair representation, and the hip hop nation and alternative intentional communities for social justice.
Imagine the Arctic Monkeys zooming down the M8 in a stolen police car with funk music blaring,The Zutons strapped to the roofrack.