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Funk

Casimir . 1884--1967, US biochemist, born in Poland: studied and named vitamins
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Female rapper group The Sequence believe the song is "too similar" to their hit single Funk You up released in 1979.
They want to shut down the future plays and sales of "Uptown Funk.
The latest cruise in the North Sea Sounds series is a funk and soul special presented by Jumpin' Hot Club, with a range of top acts including the Brand New Heavies, the Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club, Kraak & Smaak and Smoove & Turrell.
8220;The Spaceman is a film dedicated to traditional effects and a return to my days as a kid when my friends and I could build anything with just cardboard and our imaginations,” said Funk.
On August 23rd, the Samuel Adams brewers released a small batch version of Kosmic Mother Funk Grand Cru that's been aged for two years in the Barrel Room at the Boston Brewery.
According to the suit, Funk defaulted on the loan at that time, still owing $337,638 in principal and $19,314 in interest.
Yaaba Funk are a London, UK-based band that formed in 2006.
It's believed his new name is a tribute to legendary funk bassist Bootsy Collins, who was nicknamed Bootzilla.
The Funk name carries equal legacy weight with a long and significant history in the agricultural seed industry In 1935, Edward J.
He threw himself into planning the Mostly, Jazz, Funk and Soul Festival two years ago and is buzzing with enthusiasm for this year's three day extravaganza, which includes sets from 1970s icons Chic along with Bonobo and Candi Staton.
But that's all about to change this weekend when the Picturedrome launches its first Festival of Funk.
A NIGHT of jazz funk and soul will be providing the soundtrack at a Teesside hotel tomorrow night.