Commodores ‎– Commodores

Motown ‎– M7-884R1
Vinyl, LP, Album

Companies, etc.



Autographed poster included

Recorded, mixed and mastered at Motown Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA
“This album is dedicated to Kathy Faye”
℗ 1977 Motown Record Corporation. © 1977 Motown Record Corporation
Printed in U.S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (label A): 2701-S
  • Matrix / Runout (label B): 2702-S
  • Matrix / Runout (runout A): M7-884R1-2701-S-07B (13) [signature] GW
  • Matrix / Runout (runout B): M7-884R1-2702-S-07B (13) [signature] GW

Other Versions (5 of 49) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
530 095-4 Commodores Zoom(Cass, Album, RE) Motown 530 095-4 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
VIP - 6421 Commodores Commodores(LP, Album) Motown VIP - 6421 Japan 1977 Sell This Version
5C 062-98871, M7-884R1 Commodores Zoom(LP, Album) Motown, Motown 5C 062-98871, M7-884R1 Netherlands 1977 Sell This Version
7 C 062-98871 Commodores Commodores(LP, Album) Motown 7 C 062-98871 Scandinavia 1977 Sell This Version
M7-884R1 Commodores Commodores(LP, Album) Motown M7-884R1 US 1977 Sell This Version



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January 11, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
Even though The Commodores were still capable of straight-up funk (Brick House), they were slowly but surly moving in the Pop direction. The song writing of one Mr. Lionel Richie was starting to shine through, and hey, what can you say, "Easy" will go down as the song that boosted the group into the galaxy! With it's terrific piano riff and dreaming guitar solo, even the heaviest funkster couldn't deny it! The unsung on here is "Zoom"! I'm not going to say nothing, that song speaks for itself!!! This was the album that got them super-notice, but because it started them toward the POP world, soon it would be their undoing.