Kleeer ‎– Seeekret

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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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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
kool_fraser

kool_fraser

April 28, 2015
referencing Seeekret, LP, Album, 781 254-1
there is an issue with this album that perplexes me: I've recently bought the album on vinyl after having had it on Mp3 for a few months. on the mp3s I downloaded there is a song called Groove with You that is simply amazing but it's not included on the vinyl or on the CD release. It is able to be heard on Youtube, but I really wish it was on the vinyl too. There is no question it was recorded as part of this set, since the aesthetic, production, and style is consistent, but I do wonder why it wasn't included and if it was actually released independently or unofficially! Any Kleeer experts please help
SoulJazzVinyl

SoulJazzVinyl

December 21, 2012
edited over 3 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