The Gap Band - Party Lights mp3 album
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Released off their fourth studio album, The Gap Band II, the song and its parent album both achieved commercial success. The single was released in several countries in different formats. In the United States, it was a 12" with the B-side being "Party Lights". In the Netherlands, the 12" B-side was "The Boys Are Back in Town". In France, the single was a 7" with no B-side.
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The Gap Band II has often been described as the Wilson Brothers' second album, but truth be told, it was their fourth. However, the vast majority of fans that they acquired with 1979's The Gap Band never heard the little-known albums they had recorded in 1974 and 1975. So even though that 1979 breakthrough wasn't really their debut album, it was the first Gap Band album that enjoyed a great deal of attention - arguably, that self-titled album was to the Wilson Brothers what Meet the Beatles was to John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr
The Gap Band (1979) is a funk music album recording by THE GAP BAND released in 1979 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. The gap band - party lights/baby baba boogie 1979 - original 70s funk soul disco. The gap band party lights, baby baba boogie mer 37 1979 mercury records 7" inch. THE GAP BAND Original SEALED LP from 1979 (MERCURY SRM-1-3758) With Hype Sticker.
The Gap Band's first album, Magician's Holiday, was released in 1974 to little fanfare. A self-titled album followed three years later; despite guest appearances from . Rogers, Reverend James Cleveland, Chaka Khan, Leon Russell, and Les McCann, it didn't leave any chart impressions, either, though it did feature a pair of minor hits in "Out of the Blue (Can You Feel It)" - an excellent, mellow, electric piano-driven song written. by Charlie - and "Little Bit of Love. A deal with Mercury put the Gap Band on the fast track.
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- Producer – Lonnie Simmons
- Written-By – Charles Wilson*, Lonnie Simmons, Ronnie Wilson, Rudolph Taylor*
NotesPressing plant ID: 72
|MK-138||The Gap Band||Party Lights (12", Promo)||Mercury||MK-138||US||1979|
|76062, DJ-568||The Gap Band||The Boys Are Back In Town (7", Promo)||Mercury, Mercury||76062, DJ-568||US||1979|
|76062, DJ-567||The Gap Band||Party Lights (7", Promo)||Mercury, Mercury||76062, DJ-567||US||1979|
|76062||The Gap Band||Party Lights (7")||Mercury||76062||US||1979|
|DJ-568, 76062||The Gap Band||The Boys Are Back In Town (7", Single, Mono, Promo)||Mercury, Mercury||DJ-568, 76062||US||1979|