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Free funk

Free funk
Stylistic origins Free jazz, funk
Cultural origins 1970s in the United States
Typical instruments Saxophone, guitar, bass guitar, drums
Derivative forms M-Base

Free funk is a term that Allmusic and writer Scott Yanow use to describe a combination of avant-garde jazz with funk music that developed in the 1970s. Leaders of the genre include Ornette Coleman and his Prime Time group,[1] Ronald Shannon Jackson and his group Decoding Society, Jamaaladeen Tacuma and his group Spectacle and James "Blood" Ulmer. The music has been quite influential on the M-Base genre, as well.[2]

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