Gotham (2)

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Gotham was a cabaret trio formed in 1973 by Gary Herb, Michael Pace and Jonathan Morrow. David McDaniel replaced Morrow in 1975. The group was known for their comedy as much as their singing, and they became enormously successful in the 70's and 80's. An important aspect of the group was that they did it all as an openly gay act, and accordingly was the first openly gay group to play both the Kennedy Center in Washington DC (1976) and Carnegie Hall in NYC (1978)
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Gotham (2) - Gotham album art Gotham (2) Gotham (Album) Dream Records (2) Canada 1977 Sell This Version
AU0002 Gotham (2) - Void Where Inhibited album art Gotham (2) Void Where Inhibited(LP, Album) Aurum Records AU0002 US 1979 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Gotham (2) - Jersey Bounce album art Gotham (2) Jersey Bounce (Single) Dream Records (2) US 1977 Sell This Version
D7 0351 (DJ) Gotham (2) - Jersey Bounce album art Gotham (2) Jersey Bounce(7", Promo) Dream Records (2) D7 0351 (DJ) US 1977 Sell This Version
Gotham (2) - (I'm Your) AC/DC Man album art Gotham (2) (I'm Your) AC/DC Man Aurum Records US 1979 Sell This Version
Gotham (2) - Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is album art Gotham (2) Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is Aurum Records US 1980 Sell This Version

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mcfoghat

mcfoghat

December 15, 2018
These guys were regulars in the late 70 s and 80 s in key west. Their stage act was hilarious, their harmonies were angelic and they were much fun to party with. The album has some great cuts.

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