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Country Funk

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This is different from the previously submitted "Country Rap" - I mentioned this possibility in comments there, but I thought I'd give it its own chance to be bunned or boned.

I'd like to see some country musicians cover some of the great funk hits - I think the combination could work well, as recently pop country has become a little funkier anyway. I think certain songs by Sly and the Family Stone or Prince would make excellent country covers - just try singing "Little Red Corvette" or "Raspberry Beret" to yourself in a Southern accent and you'll see what I mean. Heck, we could even go back to Motown - how about "Papa Was a Rollin' Stone"?

smendler, Feb 24 2009

BOO-TAY http://www.youtube....watch?v=T9VzEulip9Q
AKA badonkadonk [jaksplat, Feb 24 2009]


       Country funk could be cool, I think. If bluegrass jazz is any indication, it could be very cool.
colorclocks, Feb 24 2009


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