This Article appeared in the December, 1965 edition of Art and Australia and was co-authored by Kurt and his Princeton University classmate Carl Belz. Carl went on to teach art history at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and at Mills College in Oakland. He landed at Brandeis University in the 1960s and became the Director of its Rose Museum in 1974. In '65 Kurt had just begun teaching at UCLA in Los Angeles and Carl was at Mills College; they worked together on the "History of Rock and Roll" project but ultimately, the book was published under Carl's name. This article is charmingly--and so very "1965"--in its language and references: "One of the reasons why neither the term Funk, nor the phenomenon itself, has yet been accredited a real importance is the sheer difficulty of talking or writing clearly about Funk. "Like, if you gotta ask, man, you ain't never gonna find out what it is."