PTFM

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AcronymDefinition
PTFMPlay That Funky Music (song)
PTFMPassive Target Flow Measurement (used in traffic flow context)
PTFMPolskie Towarzystwo Fizyki Medycznej (Polish: Polish Society of Medical Physics)
PTFMProtect the Force Manufacturing (Jacksboro, TN)
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He kept the tempo up with a version of Uptown Funk and even a 70s medley of songs like Le Freak and Play That Funky Music.
andy by But it wasn't until young hipster Luke Friend stormed the stage with Play that Funky Music did the crowd get to their feet.
They sang to swarms of screaming girls everything from Flying Without Wings to Play That Funky Music.
When we wrap it up at the end of the day it takes us about 20 minutes to close the shop and we play in no particular order Just My Imagination by The Temptations, Play That Funky Music by Wild Cherry, Mr Big Stuff by Jean Knight, Me And Mrs Jones by Billy Paul," explains Kellys owner Allan Parkins, taking me through his packing away playlist.
Old dads, more like, with the likes of Play That Funky Music by Wild Cherry, Let's Stay Together by Al Green, Soul Man by Sam And Dave, Somebody Else's Guy by Jocelyn Brown, Get Down Saturday Night by Oliver Cheatham, Let's Groove by Earth Wind And Fire, Shaft by Isaac Hayes, Family Affair by Sly And The Family Stone and Sweet Soul Music by Arthur Conley.
Mark describes the track as a cross between classic Aerosmith and Wild Cherry's Play That Funky Music (White Boy).
WILD CHERRY - Play That Funky Music Wild Cherry had a huge smash with this disco track.
All will be revealed with the funkiest band around and a hit list of 70 s classics including Car Wash, Love Train, Shaft, Play That Funky Music, Lady Marmalade, I Will Survive and the show-stopping YMCA.
Sparkling like a giant glitter ball, the classic hits include YMCA, Celebration, I Will Survive, Sugar Baby Love and Play That Funky Music.
When Doves Cry felt like a religious experience and, with covers of Wild Cherry's Play That Funky Music and The Clash's Train in Vain thrown in for good measure during a two and half hour performance that included five encores, no-one could consider themselves shortchanged.