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  1. Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis (born 1941 in Bradenton, Florida) is an American jazz-funk saxophonist, composer and arranger. He was an important member…

  2. Joe Quarterman (aka "Sir Joe Quarterman") is an American funk and soul singer. Quarterman earned the title "Sir" in high school. His single, "(I…

  3. Funk band formed of ex James Brown backing band members, who left Brown en masse in 1970.
    Over the years, many of them, including band leader…

  4. The J.B.'s were the most renowned of James Brown's many backing bands (previously, the Famous Flames and the James Brown Band). The band…

  5. Born in Chicago Heights, USA, in 1923, Pate learned to play piano and tuba as a child. Later while serving in the Army, he picked up the bass and…

  6. Dennis Coffey (b. in Detroit, MI, USA), is a guitarist, notable as a prominent studio musician, for many soul & rnb recordings. He began learning the…

  7. Clarence Henry Reid (born February 14, 1939, Cochran, Georgia, United States), is an American musician and songwriter, also known by the stage name…

  8. Skull Snaps was a funk group active between 1963 and 1973. Until 1970 they were known as The Diplomats, and released a number of singles with some…

  9. Black Heat were a 1970s funk band. Their albums include "Black Heat", "No Time To Burn" and "Keep On Runnin'". A CD re-issue of their first two…

  10. One of the all-time giants of the Hammond B-3, Jimmy McGriff (April 3, 1936 -- May 24, 2008) sometimes gets lost amid all the great soul-jazz…

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