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Who Do Ya

By KC's standards , this album is a flop . The bright spot is the remake of "It's The Same Same Old Song" which hit #35 in !978 .It should have been promoted moreso than it was. But given the the year R&B wasn't promoted as disco

Loved it then, love it now.

OK so the spacey album cover theme was a bad idea, doesn't reflect the sound of this album. The songs are very earthy, funky, breezy. "Do You Feel All Right" is one KC's best jams- this gets the party started! The breakdown at the end with KC's wordless scatting while the girls want to know Do You Feel It?? (YES we do!!!!) Sho' Nuff is an excellent funk workout; Come To My Island is a breezy, danceable groove; So Glad is very catchy, and brings side 1 to a close. Same Old Song is a cover of the classic, very upbeat and I did get the 45rpm single at the time! Who Do Ya Love is a KC classic, another great dance song, turn it up! How Bout A Little Love has a reggae feel, light and catchy....and I Will Love You Tomorrow closes the album with punchy horns, and gets you dancing again! KC does no wrong with this album! I admit the production sounds a bit muddy, not sure why....but give this one a chance since it wasn't as popular as the previous 2 albums, you may hear something you really dig.


It's ok


Formed: 1973 in Miami, FL

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The Bee Gees may have been the undisputed disco kings of the late '70s, but KC & the Sunshine Band weren't far behind. During the mid- to late '70s, the multi-member and racially integrated group -- led by bandleaders Harry Wayne "KC" Casey and Richard Finch -- racked up some of the era's biggest, most recognized dance hits. Casey and Finch first met in 1972 while both were employed by TK Records in Miami, where among other chores, Casey served as a personal secretary and booking agent for artist...
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