Finding The Funk
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Nelson George's documentary Finding the Funk traces the birth and evolution of the musical genre by presenting a wealth of archival performance footage from various artists like James Brown and Sly Stone, as well as interviews with many of the music's central figures, including George Clinton, Sheila E., and Bootsy Collins.

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"George calls funk the bridge between soul music and hip hop, and he builds a strong case. Funk refused to be put in any box. Wherever it came from, and wherever it's still doing, it gets your motor moving."
‑ David Hinckley, New York Daily News
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