Welcome to the 70s : Project

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Videos and Performances of the 70s

Top funk Songs from the 70s

 1970: Get Up-James Brown

Ball Of Confusion-The Temptations

Get Up Offa’ That Thing-James Brown

Don’t Worry If There’s A Hell Below, We’re All Gonna Go-Curtis Mayfield

 

1971: Outa Space-Billy Preston

Groove Me-King Floyd

Theme From “Shaft”-Isaac Hayes

Ain’t It Funky Yet, Part 1-James Brown

 

1972: I’ll Take You There- The Staple Singers 

Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone- The Temptations 

Superstition-Stevie Wonder

Use Me-Bill Withers

Kung Fu Fighting-Carl Douglas

Rocky Steady-Aretha Franklin

Funky Worm-Ohio Players

Love Train-The O’Jays

I Gotcha-Joe Tex

 

1973: Jungle Boogie- Kool & The Gang

Hollywood Swinging’- Kool & The Gang 

Funky Stuff – Kool & The Gang 

Living For the City – Stevie Wonder 

Higher Ground-Stevie Wonder

For The Love Of Money-The O’Jays

Keep On Truckin’-Eddie Kendricks

The Payback-James Brown

 

1974: Tell Me something Good- Rufus 

Pick Up the Pieces- Average White Band

Do It-B.T Express

Fire-Ohio Players

You Haven’t Done Nothin’-Stevie Wonder

 

1975: Shining Star- Earth, Wind, & Fire

Love Rollercoasters- Ohio Players 

Low Rider (On The Boulevard)-War

You Sexy Thing-Hot Chocolate

Fight The Power-The Isley Brothers

Get Down Tonight-KC and The Sunshine Band

Give Up The Funk-The Parliaments

Shakey Ground-The Temptations

 

1976: Get The Funk Out Ma Face-The Brothers Johnson

Play That Funky Music-Wild Cherry

 

1977: Brick House- Commodores

Got to Give It Up- Marvin Gaye 

O-H-I-O-Ohio Players

Serpentine Fire-Earth, Wind, and Fire

Lovely Day-Bill Withers

(Everytime I Turn Around) Back In Love Again-L.T.D

 

1978: One Nation Under the Groove – Funkadelic

Take Me to the Next Phase- Isley Brothers 

The Grooveline – Heatwave 

 

 

 

1979: Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough- Michael Jackson 

(Not Just) Knee Deep-Funkadelic

I Don’t Believe You Want To Get Up And Dance-The Gap Band

* Top Artist of the 70s * * Decade *

Stevie Wonder

  • Genres: Soul, pop R&B, funk, jazz

Marvin Gaye

  • Genres: R&B, soul, psychedelic soul, funk, jazz, pop

James Brown

  • Genres: Funk, soul, rhythm and blues

Aretha Franklin

  • Genres: Soul, R&B, pop, gospel, dance

Parliament Funkadelic

  • Genres: Funk, psychedelia, rock, soul

The Isley Brothers

  • Genres: Doo-wop, rock and roll, R&B, soul, rock, funk, gospel

Bob Marley

  • Genres: Reggae, ska, rocksteady

The Jackson 5

  • Genres: Pop, R&B, soul, disco, funk, bubblegum pop

Earth, Wind & Fire

  • Genres: R&B, soul

Al Green

  • Genres: R&B, soul, blues, gospel

Curtis Mayfield

  • Genres: Soul, funk, R&B, psychedelic soul

Gladys Knight & The Pips

  • Genres: R&B, soul, pop

 

The Temptations

  • Genres: R&B, soul, funk, psychedelic soul

Commodores

  • Genres: R&B, soul, funk, pop

The Spinners

  • Genres: R&B, smooth soul, Philly soul, Detroit soul, Doo Wop

Kool and The Gang

  • Genres: R&B, soul, funk, disco, jazz

War

  • Genres: Funk, soul, black rock, jazz-rock

The Staple Singers

  • Genres: Soul, blues, funk, R&B, gospel, pop

Barry White

  • Genres: R&B, soul, funk, disco

Rufus (featuring Chaka Khan)

  • Genres: R&B, soul, funk, smooth soul, disco

Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes

  • Genres: R&B, soul, disco

Donna Summer

  • Genres: Disco, R&B, dance, soul

The Chi-Lites

  • Genres: R&B, soul

The O’Jays

  • Genres: Rock, pop, blue-eyed soul, blues rock, folk rock

Sly and the Family Stone

  • Genres: Funk, psychedelic soul, rock

Group Members

Jewel Lewis

Tatyana Lester

Jadah Best

Aryanna Lawson

Brittney James

Rosie Simpkins

Najia Griffin

Symone Davis

Allyssa Thornton

Nicole Dudley

Alexa Fortune

Jadah Best

Jadah Best

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