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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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COTTAGE GROVE - The Mark Sexton Band, a soul-funk trio from Reno, Nev.
But offer the bass-playing singer-songwriter--known for her distinctive brand of soul-funk stylings--a chance to talk about Dance of the Infidel, her new, mostly instrumental jazz album, and she becomes engaged and expansive.
Prince emerged from Minneapolis' thriving soul-funk scene of the early '80s, mixing funk, rock and synth-pop to become a gender-blending hit-making phenomenon.
A string section helps transform the soul-funk of Talking Heads' classic Life During Wartime into an Eastern flavoured folk song.
The Inverness band are also a step up from your average soul-funk function band, in that they actually have some soul.
BASED around Ernie K Doe's soul-funk anthem Here Come The Girls - now better known as the Boots' ad soundtrack - this is another dancefloor filler from the UK's most successful girl group.
There was a time not so long ago when Dagnall would have wanted to play in the final and also provide the off-field entertainment in his other role as Thelonius Phonq, lead singer of soul-funk combo Frisco Crabbe and the Atlantic Frantics.