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COUNTRY FUNK 2 1967-1974.
Until two years ago, country funk was a genre with no name. That was until Light In The Attic Records released Country Funk 1969-1975, back in July 2012. At last, here was the perfect description of this irresistible music. It was a perfect description of the feel of the music. After years of struggling to come up with a description of this music, a musical genre was born.
Country funk is best described as a fusion of blues, country, funk, gospel and soul. It’s gritty, funky, sassy and soulful. Hip swaying, heartbreaking and hook-laden described country funk. It’s the type of music that brings to mind a honky tonk full of cowboy booted men sipping Jack Daniels and smoking Marlboro red. On the jukebox is the music of Willie Nelson, Townes Van Zandt, Jackie DeShannon, J.J. Cale, Bob Darin, Bill Wilson and Thomas Jefferson Kaye. They…
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