Showing posts with label KC & The Sunshine Band. Show all posts
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KC & The Sunshine Band - Get Down Tonight (1975)

KC & The Sunshine Band - Get Down Tonight (1975)
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"Get Down Tonight" is a song released in 1975 on the self-titled album by the disco group KC and the Sunshine Band. The song became widely successful, becoming the first of their five No. 1 hits on the Billboard Hot 100. It also reached the top of the Hot Soul Singles chart and was an international chart hit, reaching No. 1 in Canada and charting in Australia (No. 44), Belgium (No. 11), the Netherlands (No. 5), and the UK (No. 21).

K.C. & The Sunshine Band - Keep It Comin' Love (1977)

KC & the Sunshine Band - Keep It Comin' Love (1977)




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Keep It Comin' Love is a 1977 disco song recorded by KC and the Sunshine Band. It appeared on their 1977 album Part 3. The song, like its predecessor "That's the Way (I Like It)", became widely successful due to its sexual double entendres. The song shows the influence of island and Caribbean rhythms.

"Keep It Comin' Love" peaked at no. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, but made it to number one on the Hot Soul Singles chart. It was also a minor crossover to the Adult Contemporary chart, peaking at no. 36. The song was also an international chart hit, reaching no. 1 in Canada and charting in Australia (no. 28), Belgium (no. 5), the Netherlands (no. 8), New Zealand (no. 19) and the UK (no. 31).

K.C. & The Sunshine Band - (Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty song (1976)

K.C. & The Sunshine Band - (Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty song
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(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty is a song recorded and released in 1976 by KC and the Sunshine Band for the album Part 3. The song became their third number-one hit on the Billboard Hot 100, as well as their third number-one on the Hot Soul Singles chart. The song was met with a degree of controversy, since the lyrics were interpreted or likely speculated by many as having sexual connotations. However according to KC it had a lot more meaning and depth. During his performance he would witness the entire crowd having a good time except for some minority. The song inspired people to "get off their can and get out there and do it". The B-side of Shake Your Booty was "Boogie Shoes", which later became a hit on its own when it appeared on the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack in 1977.

"(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty" holds the record for being the only number-one song title with a word repeated more than three times in it. The chorus consists of the title expression with the word "shake" appearing eight times.

K.C. & The Sunshine Band - I'm Your Boogie Man (1977)

KC & The Sunshine Band - I'm Your Boogie Man


"I'm Your Boogie Man" is a song originally performed by KC and the Sunshine Band from their 1976 album Part 3.

Richard Finch said that the song was written about a DJ at a Miami, Florida radio station called Robert W. Walker, who was the first to give their hit single "Get Down Tonight" airplay. In 1977 the song reached the #1 position on the Billboard Hot 100 and #3 R&B Singles chart. Billboard ranked it as the No. 11 song of 1977. The song was also an international chart hit, reaching #1 in Canada and charting in Australia (#38), Belgium (#11), the Netherlands (#6), New Zealand (#12), and the UK (#41).

The song was sampled in at least one preview for all five of the Scary Movie films, as well as in the 2005 film Roll Bounce, the 2007 film Superbad and comic-to-film-adaptation Watchmen. It was also the opening song for the 1995 film The Last Supper.