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Music Machine - Do The Funky Chicken / Kool And The Gang Album

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Album: Do The Funky Chicken / Kool And The Gang
Country: Brazil
Released: 1970
Style: Funk
Label: Polydor
Genre: Latin / Funk
Catalog #: 51.093
Size FLAC: 1355 mb.
Size MP3: 1382 mb.
Rating: 4.4/5
Votes: 348
Record Source: Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM




Tracklist


1Do The Funky Chicken
Lyrics By – Rufus Thomas
2Kool And The Gang
Lyrics By – Kool And The Gang


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Текст песни: Yall come on in now, come right on down front I got something I want to show you Now yall heard of the Popcorn, yall heard of the Dog You heard about all your other Machine Gravadora: Polydor Lado A: Do the funky chicken - LAdo B: Kool and the Gang - More information, Album. Kool & The Gang. Kool and the Gang: Greatest Hits. Live At The Sex Machine. Music World and Music of the Sea presents Legacy Artists and Soulful Rare Gems Volume 1. Various artists. Let The Music Take Your Mind. Who's Gonna Take The WeightLive At The Sex Machine. The 50 Greatest Songs. The Very Best Of Kool & The Gang. 1999 Reissue. Funked . Kool & the Gang was an afterthought in the music world in 1979, when they brought in the honey-sounding lead James J. Taylor and popjazz producer Eumir Deodato for one last gasp, a shiny dance album called Ladies Night. Deodato simplified and sweetened the group's jazz stylings in a heavily produced package, fronted by Taylor's irresistible tenor voice. It was an across-the-board smash, leading to two top hits, the title cut and the midtempo Too Hot. Their 1987 album, Forever, was another smash, but also provided warning sign that the fresh sounds Kool and the Gang introduced in 1979 had run their course and had begun to sound formulaic. Kool and the Gang is the self-titled debut studio album by funk band Kool & the Gang. The album was released in January 1970, and charted on the Billboard R&B album chart at 43. De-Lite Records DE-2003: Dennis D. Thomas alto saxophone, flute, percussion, vocals. Khalis Bayyan tenor and soprano saxophones, alto flute, vocals. Robert Spike Mickens trumpet, flugelhorn, vocals. Claydes Smith guitars. Woody Sparrow guitars. Ricky West keyboards, piano, vocals. Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five, Commodores, Kool & The Gang, Chad Jackson, Beastie Boys and more. funk soul breaks hip hop old school. spiritual sequel to my first ever mix album from way back in 2001 for The Funk Phenomenon The Fez, Reading. Kool & The Gangs fourth studio album is a full-on funkfest, finding Robert Kool Bell and co. neck-deep in hard-grinding grooves. With its serpentine horn lines and down-and-dirty feel, Jungle Boogie is the band at its party-starting best, but the appropriately titled Funky Stuff and the hectic, heavy-grooving This Is You, This Is Me hit just as hard. The band take a couple of brief breaks from funking it up, too: Dreamy ballad Heaven at Once and the breezy, jazzy title track hint at their multifaceted musical makeup