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Black Music Coalition
By Laurent Thiebaut who wants "black feelings to blow your mind".
  
Bold Soul Sisters
Audio, photos, bios, and links for several underrated and forgotten musical heroines of the 70s-early 80s like Betty Davis, the Emotions, Sylvia, A Taste of Honey. By Melissa Weber.
   
Bootsy Collins
Bootsy bubba's got his own site!
   
Brand New Heavies
Excellent pages on those British funksters. By Patrik Jansson.
 
James Brown - Funky Stuff
Wonderful site dedicated to "Soul Brother #1", Maceo Parker, Bootsy Collins, Jabo Starks and "Sweet Charles". By Stephane Farinaud.
   
C.J's House of Soul (a.k.a Vibin)
Great artist features and loads of information about new releases, etc.
 
Damac Productions
Damac, based in Newcastle Upon Tyne in the U.K., licenses obscure and hard to get LP's and sells Japanese CD-reissues and also is the home of legendary Kleeer drummer/vocalist Woody Cunningham.
 
Discomusic.com (formerly Bernie's Disco Music Page)
This guy's pages are amazing! Just seeing those old Disco record sleeves again almost brought tears to my eyes. Bernie's got an impressive amount of links to other Dance orientated sites, as well.
 
Disco-Disco.com
Claes Widlund's Disco pages offers Real Audio sound clips of classic Disco tracks, tributes to acts like Chic, Giorgio Moroder and "Jellybean" Benitez, and interviews. The site is formerly known as "Disco Inferno".
 
Electro Empire
If you're into electric Fun, this is the place to go. The main goal of this website is to "provide as much info about electric funk music in the past, the present and the future". Features articles on well-known artists like Afrika Bambaataa, but also less known acts like the Egyptian Lover. The site also has an impressive, searchable database!
 
Rosie Gaines
Rosie Gaines first came into prominence as the keyboard player and backing vocalist in Prince's The New Power Generation (it was Rosie's incredibly soulful voice you heard on songs like "Diamonds and Pearls", "Gett Off" and "Cream"). This is her own Web site.
 
Gedup
Swedish funkateer Daniel is the driving force behind Gedup, formerly known as Funk Vibe. Daniel  describes his (English-language) site as "a place for people who would like to meet other like-minded people who are into old Funk and Soul music". Gedup focuses on 70's funk and the site offers record reviews, sound clips, bios and more.
 

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