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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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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.
A string section helps transform the soul-funk of Talking Heads' classic Life During Wartime into an Eastern flavoured folk song.
AVERAGE WHITE BAND, ``Essentials'': The Scottish soul-funk outfit's greatest moments remastered for extra thump.
ERNIE K Doe's soul-funk anthem gets reworked by thie pop trio with a little help from production duo Si Hulbert and Melvin Kuiters.
The song samples Ernie K Doe's classic soul-funk anthem Here Come The Girls and it's definitely a more funk-influenced sound for the trio.
It's also up for Best Youth Enterprise Website for The Damage Project, a film project aimed at under-18s, and best music website for their work for local soul-funk band mamacoca.