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Kool & the Gang

Informazioni su Kool & the Gang

One of the many groups that drew inspiration from Sly Stone's material of the late '60s, Kool and the Gang took Sly's Funk template and added a touch of deep James Brown soul into their mix throughout the '70s. A party band by any standard, their horn section could only be upped by the JB's in terms of locking into a groove. Songs like "Funky Stuff," the Tarantino-appropriated "Jungle Boogie," and the mellower "North, East, South and West" were all heavy with thick bass and squelching wah-wah pedals. With the addition of pop vocalist J.T. Taylor in 1979, the record-buying public finally gave them their due, as Kool and the Gang racked up a chart-burning run of hits through the first half of the '80s: "Ladies Night," "Too Hot," "Cherish," "Fresh," and most notably, "Celebration," which has unofficially become the official theme song for any event that happens anywhere at any given time.

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Kool & the Gang

One of the many groups that drew inspiration from Sly Stone's material of the late '60s, Kool and the Gang took Sly's Funk template and added a touch of deep James Brown soul into their mix throughout the '70s. A party band by any standard, their horn section could only be upped by the JB's in terms of locking into a groove. Songs like "Funky Stuff," the Tarantino-appropriated "Jungle Boogie," and the mellower "North, East, South and West" were all heavy with thick bass and squelching wah-wah pedals. With the addition of pop vocalist J.T. Taylor in 1979, the record-buying public finally gave them their due, as Kool and the Gang racked up a chart-burning run of hits through the first half of the '80s: "Ladies Night," "Too Hot," "Cherish," "Fresh," and most notably, "Celebration," which has unofficially become the official theme song for any event that happens anywhere at any given time.

Informazioni su Kool & the Gang

One of the many groups that drew inspiration from Sly Stone's material of the late '60s, Kool and the Gang took Sly's Funk template and added a touch of deep James Brown soul into their mix throughout the '70s. A party band by any standard, their horn section could only be upped by the JB's in terms of locking into a groove. Songs like "Funky Stuff," the Tarantino-appropriated "Jungle Boogie," and the mellower "North, East, South and West" were all heavy with thick bass and squelching wah-wah pedals. With the addition of pop vocalist J.T. Taylor in 1979, the record-buying public finally gave them their due, as Kool and the Gang racked up a chart-burning run of hits through the first half of the '80s: "Ladies Night," "Too Hot," "Cherish," "Fresh," and most notably, "Celebration," which has unofficially become the official theme song for any event that happens anywhere at any given time.

Informazioni su Kool & the Gang

One of the many groups that drew inspiration from Sly Stone's material of the late '60s, Kool and the Gang took Sly's Funk template and added a touch of deep James Brown soul into their mix throughout the '70s. A party band by any standard, their horn section could only be upped by the JB's in terms of locking into a groove. Songs like "Funky Stuff," the Tarantino-appropriated "Jungle Boogie," and the mellower "North, East, South and West" were all heavy with thick bass and squelching wah-wah pedals. With the addition of pop vocalist J.T. Taylor in 1979, the record-buying public finally gave them their due, as Kool and the Gang racked up a chart-burning run of hits through the first half of the '80s: "Ladies Night," "Too Hot," "Cherish," "Fresh," and most notably, "Celebration," which has unofficially become the official theme song for any event that happens anywhere at any given time.

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