Stones Throw’s Egon compiled this box set of funk 7-inches from the ’60s and ’70s and you know it’s hot, so crack a window and check the non-stop throbbing bass on Soul Seven’s “Mr. Chicken.” The rock don’t stop, even when the record gets flipped over to “The Cissy’s Thang.” From Billy Ball & The Upsetter’s funkier-than-Willie-Mitchell “Popcorn 69” to the doleful organ and guitar on Booker T. Averheart’s “Heart N Soul” and past Soul Vibrations’ “The Dump” (you know that’s nasty) to Ernie and the Top Notes’ impossibly raw “Dap Walk,” this box is funkier than summer ass sweat.