Kool & The Gang ‎– Kool And The Gang

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De-Lite Records ‎– DE-2003
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A1 Kool & The Gang
Written-By – Kool & The Gang
2:54
A2 Breeze & Soul
Written-By – Gene Redd*, Kool & The Gang
5:29
A3 Chocolate Buttermilk
Written-By – Gene Redd*, Kool & The Gang
2:14
A4 Sea Of Tranquility
Written-By – Gene Redd*, Kool & The Gang
3:34
B1 Give It Up
Written-By – Gene Redd*, Kool & The Gang
3:40
B2 Since I Lost My Baby
Written-By – W. Moore*, W. Robinson*
2:08
B3 Kools Back Again
Written-By – Gene Redd*, J. Crosby*, Kool & Gang*
2:48
B4 The Gangs Back Again
Written-By – Gene Redd*, J. Crosby*, Kool & Gang*
2:46
B5 Raw Hamburger
Written-By – Gene Redd*
3:36

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
UIJY-75050 Kool & The Gang Kool And The Gang(LP, Album, RE) De-Lite Records UIJY-75050 Japan 2016 Sell This Version
LPX 410-Y Kool And The Gang* Kool And The Gang(LP, Album, RE) Blue Elephant LPX 410-Y Belgium 1975 Sell This Version
PCD-72015, B0016354-02 Kool And The Gang* Kool And The Gang(CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig) P&C Records, Reel Music, Universal Music Special Markets, P&C Records, Reel Music, Universal Music Special Markets PCD-72015, B0016354-02 US 2012 Sell This Version
ISP 34101 Kool & The Gang Kool And The Gang(LP, Album, Promo) IL ISP 34101 Italy 1970 Sell This Version
ISS-80075 Kool & The Gang Kool And The Gang(LP, Album) De-Lite Records ISS-80075 Japan 1974 Sell This Version

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WolfXCIX

WolfXCIX

February 16, 2018
One of my favorite albums. Absolutely pleasing jazz-soul, and funk are eminating off this album. It has just the right amount of punchiness and melody that hits the spot. It’s a 5 out of 5 stars in my personal opinion. I highly reccomend that you listen to it, regardless of your taste.
Deeeds

Deeeds

May 21, 2015
Definitely in my top five funk records. There isn't a weak track on this. Put this lp on and let it play through. The drums.... oh my god. I especially enjoy the mellower tracks on this, goes great with a cold beer on a summer day.
Alain_Patrick

Alain_Patrick

November 5, 2014
'Give It Up'. Simply one of the most amazing Breakbeats all time. It was George "Funky" Brown from Jersey City the responsible for these legendary Drum Breaks on Kool And The Gang's 'Give It Up' (1970), largely sampled over the decades by countless artists from different genres. The best period of the super Funk band had also Gene Redd as producer & arranger (father of singers Sharon Redd & Penny Ford). Many of those that didn't have the privilege of hearing this album at the time it came out certainly heard those beats on ace tunes such as 'Hear The Drummer (Get Wicked) and 'Don't Sweat The Technique'.