Kleeer ‎– Seeekret

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Tracklist

Take Your Heart Away 6:14
You Got Me Rockin' 5:13
Lay Ya Down Ez 5:07
Seeekret 6:07
Do Not Lie To Me 4:57
Never Cry Again 4:49
Call My Name 4:23

Versions (4)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
81254-1, 7 81254-1 Kleeer Seeekret(LP, Album) Atlantic, Atlantic 81254-1, 7 81254-1 US 1985 Sell This Version
7 81254-4 Kleeer Seeekret(Cass, Album) Atlantic 7 81254-4 US 1985 Sell This Version
781 254-1 Kleeer Seeekret(LP, Album) Atlantic 781 254-1 Europe 1985 Sell This Version
FINCD-1037 Kleeer Seeekret(CD, Album, Ltd, RM) Finesse Records (2) FINCD-1037 UK 2008 Sell This Version

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modernaire

modernaire

October 20, 2019
referencing Seeekret, CD, Album, Ltd, RM, FINCD-1037
Tracks 1-8 seem to be transferred from vinyl and sound very mediocre; it feels like the remastering did them more bad then good. The last track (9) sounds awesome and clear; most likely taken from a compilation release. This album deserves a proper CD release. It seems the songs have been transferred from the original tapes to digital, as they are uploaded on YouTube officially and sound great.
emeson

emeson

June 7, 2016
referencing Seeekret, LP, Album, 781 254-1
Hi,
Just wondering if you're talking about 'Oooh With You' which came out around 2000 on the UK Expansions label. (Definitely on vinyl)
There's a couple of remixes too if memory serves me well.
I think Woody Cunningham was behind it, but it's definitely their signature sound.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SyshamVnuwE
SoulJazzVinyl

SoulJazzVinyl

December 21, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Seeekret, LP, Album, 781 254-1
This vinyl record is pure class from start to finish. First I heard it I thought, what's that? This is so different to the other funk and soul records (today I think it came from the influence of Eumir Deodato) It sounds like music I heard in a movie at this time. That was in 1986/87. One or two years after the album came out. I was 16 or 17 years old boy. In this time there were not many guys like me and a friend of mine who listen to that kind of music. After I heard this cassette It blew me away more and more. Now I´am 42 years and it sounds to me like the same back in the days.
Kleeer is one of the best soul/funk/disco bands ever. Thanks so much to the members... (especially to Woody Cunningham R.I.P.) brought me so much joy. Check out the older LP`s and specially "Intimate Connection"
Kind regards, SoulJazzVinyl