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Pure Pop Records

The 1970 debut album from Kool and the Gang scored a couple of hits with 'The Gangs Back Again' and the title cut, but more importantly, it heralded the arrival of what was to become a juggernaut on the R&B scene. This all-instrumental record is years away from the commercial successes of 'Jungle Boogie' and 'Celebration,' and a few light years away stylistically, too. But that unique mixture of jazz, funk, and R&B punctuated by those tremendous horn arrangements (and some great drum breaks) that characterizes Kool and the Gang at it's best is here in full force. That's why original copies of this record go for a 'kool' sum. It's a funk classic you need to check out if you haven't heard it lately'purple vinyl pressing to help you get on down!
The 1970 debut album from Kool and the Gang scored a couple of hits with 'The Gangs Back Again' and the title cut, but more importantly, it heralded the arrival of what was to become a juggernaut on the R&B scene. This all-instrumental record is years away from the commercial successes of 'Jungle Boogie' and 'Celebration,' and a few light years away stylistically, too. But that unique mixture of jazz, funk, and R&B punctuated by those tremendous horn arrangements (and some great drum breaks) that characterizes Kool and the Gang at it's best is here in full force. That's why original copies of this record go for a 'kool' sum. It's a funk classic you need to check out if you haven't heard it lately'purple vinyl pressing to help you get on down!
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Kool And The Gang [Colored Vinyl] (Purp)
Artist: Kool And The Gang
Format: Vinyl
New: Unavailable to be purchased or ordered at this time
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Kool ; the Gang
2. Breeze ; Soul
3. Chocolate Buttermilk
4. Sea of Tranquility
5. Give It Up
6. Since I Lost My Baby
7. Kools Back Again
8. The Gangs Back Again
9. Raw Hamburger

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The 1970 debut album from Kool and the Gang scored a couple of hits with 'The Gangs Back Again' and the title cut, but more importantly, it heralded the arrival of what was to become a juggernaut on the R&B scene. This all-instrumental record is years away from the commercial successes of 'Jungle Boogie' and 'Celebration,' and a few light years away stylistically, too. But that unique mixture of jazz, funk, and R&B punctuated by those tremendous horn arrangements (and some great drum breaks) that characterizes Kool and the Gang at it's best is here in full force. That's why original copies of this record go for a 'kool' sum. It's a funk classic you need to check out if you haven't heard it lately'purple vinyl pressing to help you get on down!
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