Funk Soul Disco: The Best Piano Music

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Funk Soul Disco: The Best Piano Music is a collection of the best disco and soul hits from the 1970s. This music is perfect for any party or special event.


Funk Soul Disco: The Best Piano Music is a compilation album featuring some of the best piano music from the funk, soul and disco genres. Featuring hits by Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin and more, this album is sure to get you up and dancing.

The Best Funk Soul Disco Piano Music

Funk Soul Disco is a great way to get your groove on and enjoy some great music. This style of music is perfect for those who want to get up and dance, or just enjoy a good beat. The best part about Funk Soul Disco is that it’s not just for clubs and bars. You can also enjoy this style of music in your own home.

Marvin Gaye – “Ain’t That Peculiar”

Marvin Gaye’s “Ain’t That Peculiar” is a perfect example of a funk song that doubles as a soul ballad. The song was released in 1965, and was written by Smokey Robinson, Bobby Rogers, and Marv Tarplin of the Miracles. It was produced by Robinson and released on Motown’s Tamla label.

The song peaked at number eight on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and number two on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. It was also a top ten hit in the United Kingdom, reaching number six on the UK Singles Chart. In 2004, it was ranked number 62 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the 500 greatest songs of all time.

Stevie Wonder – “Superstition”

One of the most famous and iconic funk songs of all time, “Superstition” by Stevie Wonder is a must-have for any fan of the genre. The song features a catchy and memorable piano riff that has been sampled and covered countless times.

Michael Jackson – “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough”

One of the biggest disco hits of all time, “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough” was co-written and co-produced by Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones. It appeared on Jackson’s 1979 album Off the Wall and became his first solo No. 1 hit. The song won Jackson a Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance, making him the first artist to receive that honor.

Chaka Khan – “Ain’t Nobody”

This song was originally released in 1983 as a single from Rufus’ eighth studio album, “Ain’t Nobody.” Chaka Khan’s version of the song was released in 1984 as a single from her album, “I Feel for You.”

The song is a mix of Funk, Soul, and Disco. The main instruments in the song are piano and drums. The piano plays a very important role in the song, providing the main melody. The drums provide a solid groove that keeps the song moving.

The lyrics of the song are about a woman who is looking for love. She is looking for someone who will love her for who she is, and not just for what she looks like.

The song became a huge hit, reaching #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It has since been covered by many other artists, including Whitney Houston and Alicia Keys.

Prince – “Kiss”

Prince – “Kiss”
This is one of the most well-known piano tracks of all time, and for good reason. Themn is catchy, the lyrics are playful and Prince’s performance is mesmerizing. If you’re looking for a fun track to get you dancing, this is it.


So there you have it – a guide to the best funk, soul and disco piano music. We hope you’ve enjoyed reading it and that it’s helped you to choose some great tracks for your own collection. Remember, the most important thing is to just enjoy the music!

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