The Gap Band - Not Guilty / Knucklehead Funkin' album
Title: Not Guilty / Knucklehead Funkin'
Style: Funk, Disco
Date of release: 1983
Size MP3: 1273 mb
Size FLAC: 1598 mb
Format: XM AAC MP2 MOD AA APE TTA
from 1983 gap band releaset these jams back in 70´th´s, they rerelesed them.
A2. Knucklehead Funkin'. B1. Listen To The Music. PB 4005 DJ. The Gap Band. Not Guilty, Knucklehead Funkin' (12", Promo).
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I Don't Believe You Want To Get Up And Dance (Oops Up Side Your Head) (7" Single Version). Oops Up side your Head. Oops Upside Your Head.
The Gap Band is the second album by The Gap Band in 1977 on Tattoo Records. This is not to be confused with the 1979 Mercury Records self-titled album. Charles Wilson – keyboards, lead vocals. Robert Wilson – bass, vocals. Ronnie Wilson – trumpet, electric piano, vocals. James Macon – guitar. Tommy Lokey – trumpet. Chris Clayton – alto and tenor saxophone, vocals. The Gap Band – percussion, backing vocals. Rick Calhoun – drums. Leon Russell – piano.
Gap Band IV. Outstanding. Yearning for Your Love. Robert Wilson, Charles Wilson. Knuckle Head Funkin'". Robert Wilson, Tommy Lokey.
The Gap Band 1974 - Magicians Holiday 05 You Can Always Count On M. p3 04 Fontessa Fame. mp3 09 Tommy's Groove. 02 Stand Up And Dance With M. p3. 08 Thinking Of Yo. 07 Knuckle Head Funkin'. 01 Out Of The Blue (Can You Feel It. 06 Hang On (To Yourself). 05 Little Bit Of Love.
Album: Gap Band VII. The Gap Band: best 2 tracks. The Gap Band - Early in the Morning A Night With The Gap Band, 2008 06:33. The Gap Band - Jammin In America Greatest Hits, 1998 02:57. Artist: The Gap Band.
This LP isn't a masterpiece, although its best songs (which include "Knuckle Head Funkin'" and "God Is Watching You") indicated that the Gap Band had a lot of potential - and in 1979, the Wilson Brothers started living up to that potential. The Gap Band is far from essential, but from an historic perspective, it's interesting to hear what the group sounded like before Lonnie Simmons came into the picture.
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|PB4005||The Gap Band||Not Guilty / Knucklehead Funkin' (12")||Passport Records||PB4005||US||1983|