Funk

Yasuharu Nagura – Retro Tsim Sha Tsui

 Funk is a music that was completed mainly by James Brown in the 1960s. Rhythm & Blues, featuring a new style of Seoul. It’s a very simple chord progression that repeats forever, with 16 beats as the keynote, and heavy syncopation.

Funk is derived from the Congo language, lu-fuki, rather than the English word “frightened” or “dreadful,” and can absorb sweat and body odor when performing or doing something well. It is a word to praise.

The music is repetitive bass forms, drums that intensify violently on the second and fourth beats of the bar (hi-hat cymbals are closed with these beats, following a clapping beat), with clear melodies. Features simple harmony.

As a result, the sound is closer to gospel music than rhythm and blues.

□A recommended song for Funk

Yasuharu Nagura – Retro Tsim Sha Tsui 

In the current Japanese music scene, there are many bands influenced by funk. This song has a remarkable element of bass-based composition and funk paste. Funk has a long history and affects a wide range.

The “Retro Tsim Sha Tsui” is written and performed by Yasuharu Nagura. It is recorded on December 9, 2017. The photograph is taken on December 2, 2017. The music is inspired at Tsim Sha Tsui in Hong Kong on December 9.

from Tin Hau Trap, released January 1, 2018

Reference

Yasuharu Nagura – Retro Tsim Sha Tsui

https://yasuharunagura.bandcamp.com/track/retro-tsim-sha-tsui

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