The FUNKALICIOUS Top-20 (Two) FUNKY CDs for 2013

The FUNKALICIOUS Top-20 (Two) FUNKY CDs for 2013

2013 was a good year for music!  There were a plethora of releases amidst a mass of diversity.  Here are the favorites for the FUNKALICIOUS Blog (in no particular order) – Enjoy!!!!

Tamar Braxton – Love And War

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Eminem – Marshall Mathers 2

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B.O.B. – Underground Lounge

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Lady Gaga – Art Pop

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Fantasia – Side Effects of You

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David Bowie – The Next Day

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Sound City – Real to Reel

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Queens of the Stone Age – …like clockwork

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Kanye West  – Yeezus

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J. Cole  – Born Sinner

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Bilal – A Love Surreal

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Laura Mvula – Sing To the Moon

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India Arie – SongVersation

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Terri Lyne Carrington – Money Jungle: Provocative in Blue

Quote from CD: “…putting balance on this planet, having justice and peace or anything else – you have to create problems to create profit.”

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Robin Thicke – Blurred Lines

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Daft Punk – Random Access Memories

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John Legend – Love In the Future

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Justin Timberlake – The 20/20 Experience

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Janelle Monae – Electric Lady

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Arcade Fire – Reflektor

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and Kings of Leon (for good measure) – Mechanical Bull

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Initially not released as an audio project but as a video album, Beyonce’s self-titled release was absolutely her best work ever… so it’s 22

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for the LOVE of Good Music

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