Written-By – George Brown, James Taylor*, Kool & The Gang
Written-By – James Taylor*, Kool & The Gang, Robert Mickens*
|DE 825||Kool & The Gang||Street Kids (7", Single, Promo)||De-Lite Records||DE 825||US||1982|
|810 876-1||Kool & The Gang||Street Kids (12")||De-Lite Records||810 876-1||Germany||1982|
|DE 825||Kool & The Gang||Street Kids (7", Single)||De-Lite Records||DE 825||US||1982|
|810 876-7||Kool & The Gang||Street Kids (7", Single)||De-Lite Records||810 876-7||Germany||1982|
|101759||Kool & The Gang||Street Kids (7", Single)||De-Lite Records||101759||France||1982|
As One is the fourteenth studio album by the funk band Kool and the Gang, released in 1982. The album did not yield any singles, but the song "Let's Go Dancin'" did make the top ten, peaking at on the . R&B chart and on the UK Singles Chart. Big Fun" also became an international hit. Bass guitar, backing vocals – Robert "Kool" Bell. Drums, backing vocals – George Brown. Guitar – Charles Smith.
Emergency is the sixteenth studio album by the American band Kool & the Gang, released in 1984
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The Force (Kool & the Gang album). The Force is the ninth studio by the funk band Kool & the Gang, released in 1977. It failed to generate any major impact, and is now recognized as one of two albums between the group's two periods of success. It was after the first string of hits in the mid and early 1970s, and before the group hit it big in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Bass guitar; vocals; percussion – Robert "Kool" Bell.
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Taylor's silky voice and several catchy arrangements, R&B fans regard their true glory days as the 1970s. The New Jersey-based ensemble patented a jazz-tinged funk approach keyed by Robert "Kool" Bell's basslines, red-hot horn lines, chunky keyboards and guitar riffs, and functional vocals. Although they seldom ventured beyond the R&B charts during this era, their music had far more bite than their later pop hits.