Sunday, 6 September 2009

Kool & The Gang ”Live At The Sex Machine”

Kool & The Gang

Live At The Sex Machine
( LP De-Lite Records, 1971 )
Catalog # DE-2008

A1 Medley: What Would The World Be Like Without Music / Let The Music Take Your Mind (4:23)
A2 Walk On By (5:15)
A3 Chocolate Buttermilk (2:02)
A4 Trying To Make A Fool Of Me (4:27)
A5 Who’s Gonna Take The Weight (Part 1 & 2) (6:22)
B1 Pneumonia (5:03)
B2 Wichita Lineman (5:22)
B3 I Want To Take You Higher (4:09)
B4 Funky Man (3:22)
B5 The Touch Of You (4:10)
*Bonus Track* Kool It (Here Comes The Fuzz) (2:58)

Personnel & Credits:
Bass – Robert Bell
Drums – George Brown
Engineer – Malcolm Addey
Guitar – Claydes Smith
Mastered By [Remastered] – Gary N. Mayo
Piano, Organ – Ricky Westfield
Producer, Arranged By – Gene Redd
Saxophone [Alto] – Dennis Thomas
Saxophone [Tenor] – Khalis Bayyan
Trumpet – Robert Mickens
Arranged By – Gene Redd
Edited By – Gene Redd

A Redd Coach Production Co.
Recorded at Bell Sound Studios.
Format: Vinyl, LP
Country: US
Released: 1971

In addition to having a great title, this 1971 release is one of the best of the group's early efforts. Combining the raw groove of James Brown with the melodic talents and jazz influence of hornmen Ronald Bell, Robert Mickens and Dennis Thomas, the band gives a solid workout to songs such as "Pneumonia," "Who's Gonna Take the Weight" and the Sly Stone hit "I Want to Take You Higher."
By Steve Kurutz (AMG)

By Pier

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