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Funk P-Town

by Soul Vaccination

P-Town Funk & Soul
Genre: Urban/R&B: Soul
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Album Notes
“Funk P-Town” was created to honor the brilliant ambassadors of Portland’s funky music carved out in the 1970s and 1980s. Cured in a thriving club scene, this sound became unique to Portland. Though it is impossible to name all the trailblazers who delivered inspiration, Soul Vaccination adds to the great list with each live performance.
“Funk P-Town” was written by John Linn, Margaret Linn, and Mark Wyatt,
And recorded at Falcon Recording Studios by Dennis Carter.
Honored guests include:
Phil Baker, Peter Boe, Scotty Boyd, Billy Bradford, Melvin Brannon, Mel Brown, Richard Burdell (RIP), Bruce Carter (RIP), Dennis Carter,  Tony Collins, Rusty Cox, Tony DeMicoli, Valerie Day, JW Friday, Gary Fountaine, Brian Foxworth, Dave Gaylord, Ron George,Tom Grant, Marty Higgins, Linda Hornbuckle (RIP), Carlton Jackson, Jay “Bird” Koder, Doug Lewis, Jeff Lorber, Catòn Lyles, Stevie Mays, John Mazzocco, Thara Memory, Jeff Minnieweather, David Minnieweather (RIP), Matthew Minnieweather, George Mitchell, Marlon McClain, Kerry McCoy, Lester McFarland, Randy Monroe, Michael Mott, Peter Mott, Nathaniel Phillips, Joe Plass, Dan Reed, Johnny Riley, Curtis Salgado, Johnny Sanders (RIP), Jimmy Sanders, Roger Sause, Janice Scroggins (RIP), John Smith, Dennis Springer, Ron Steen, Andy Stokes, Billy Triplett (RIP), Bobby Torres, Calvin Walker, Scotty Wardinsky, Sandin Wilson, and Mark Young.



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