Leafly visited Sugarleaf Farm in Skagit County, Wash. home to Funky Skunk Extracts, to find out how they make their pressed hash. Using a modern take on traditional hash-making techniques, Mark creates a concentrate through a process that is entirely mechanical and does not use butane or any other solvents to extract the cannabinoids and terpenes from the cannabis plant.
Funky Skunk, a mix album released in late summer 2005, has been framed within the project Public Works billed as a DJ Shadow/Obey reconstruction and co-production between Josh Davis (DJ Shadow) and Shepard Fairey, in concordance with a product line of shirts, stickers and box set. "Baby Mama" by Three 6 Mafia. Full Time" by Yo Gotti. What Happened to that Boy?" by Baby. Play" (instrumental) by David Banner. Burn Rubber" by Too Short. We Like Them Girls" by Silkk the Shocker.
Funky Skunk KC, Kansas City, Missouri. Funky Skunk KC. Tobacco shop in Kansas City, Missouri.
Funky! That’s the only word that suits this album by Yusef Lateef. Funky! It nearly sounds like an album by James Brown with only the JB’s. Yusef Lateef blows his flute and sax while the whole band is driving the whole funk stuff. Yusef Lateef’s Detroit: Latitude 42º 30’ Longitude 83º is a good album from 1969 with a very groovy sound that comes near to a soundtrack from that era. Each track on this album is suprisingly good. You can almost think it’s a Blaxploitation soundtrack. One of the powerful things on this album is the band behind Yusef Lateef. The band swings and funk this up. Really. Always love everything Solesides/Quannum drops! Can’t wait for the new album from The Truth Speaker, DJ Shadow, Lyrics Born, and Dan the Automator! Born .
8. One Ton - Rahsaan Roland Kirk. 9. Eboness - Yusef Lateef. 10. Push Push - Herbie Mann. Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase. Great sounding album with different artists. Maximillian muhammad.
Skunk Funk is the name of a Merrie Melodies, performed by Pepe Le Pew in the episode That's My Baby.
Everything I Play is Funky is an album by jazz saxophonist Lou Donaldson recorded for the Blue Note label featuring Donaldson with Blue Mitchell, Lonnie Smith, Melvin Sparks, Jimmy Lewis and Idris Muhammad and two tracks with Eddie Williams and Charles Earland replacing Mitchell and Smith
|A1||Funky Skunk (Vocal)|
|A2||Funky "Rock" Funk (Mix)|
|B1||Torch Light (Vocal)|
|B2||Hot Light Skip (Mix / Instrumental)|
|B3||Bad Hot Light (Mix)|