Southside Funk

The Soul Seven

STH7011

In 1969, at a small historically black school called Bishop College in Dallas, a Band Director, Wendell Sneed, had an idea to assemble six students he led in the school’s Ambassador Marching Band to record some of the hardest-hitting funk songs of all time.

Sneed would release a few tracks on his Soultex, but “Southside Funk” was unreleased until this 45 in 2001, as a part of The Funky 16 Corners compilation.

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7"
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Southside Funk Pt. 1

The Soul Seven

Southside Funk Pt. 2

The Soul Seven

Southside Funk

The Soul Seven

STH7011

In 1969, at a small historically black school called Bishop College in Dallas, a Band Director, Wendell Sneed, had an idea to assemble six students he led in the school’s Ambassador Marching Band to record some of the hardest-hitting funk songs of all time.

Sneed would release a few tracks on his Soultex, but “Southside Funk” was unreleased until this 45 in 2001, as a part of The Funky 16 Corners compilation.

sold out
7"

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