KC and the Sunshine Band (MOFI Silver Label, 140g)
KC and the Sunshine Band (MOFI Silver Label, 140g)
KC and the Sunshine Band (MOFI Silver Label, 140g)
KC and the Sunshine Band (MOFI Silver Label, 140g)

KC and the Sunshine Band (MOFI Silver Label, 140g)

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Harry Wayne Casey – keyboards, vocals

Jerome Smith – guitar

Richard Finch – bass guitar, drum, percussion

Robert Johnson – drums

Oliver C. Brown – percussion

Fermin Goytisolo – percussion

Ken Faulk – trumpet

Vinnie Tanno – trumpet

Mike Lewis – tenor saxophone

Whit Sidener – baritone saxophone

Beverly Champion – background vocals

Margaret Reynolds – background vocals

Jeanette Williams – background vocals

1 LP, standard sleeve

Limited numbered edition

Original analog Master tape : Silver Label (Copy of original Mastertape)

Heavy Press : 140g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”



Record Press : RTI

Label : MOFI

Original Label : TK Records

Recorded 1974 - 1975

Produced by H. W. Casey and Richard Finch

Mastered by Paul Stubblebine

Originally released in 1975

Reissued in 2010



Side A:

  1. Let It Go (Part One)
  2. That's the Way (I Like It)
  3. Get Down Tonight
  4. Boogie Shoes

Side B:

  1. Ain't Nothin' Wrong
  2. I'm So Crazy ('Bout You)
  3. What Makes You Happy
  4. I Get Lifted
  5. Let It Go (Part Two)


Reviews :

"This self-titled effort wasn't the Florida band's first album (they'd recorded an underrated album in 1973 titled Do It Good), but it was the first K.C. collection to soar to the top of the charts. Fueled by such addictive funk hits as "That's the Way (I Like It)" and "Get Down Tonight," the album established K.C. as one of the top stars of the disco era. But while K.C. was labeled a disco artist, the truth is that many of these slick yet gritty songs have more in common with the Ohio Players than Silver Convention or Donna Summer. When Rhino reissued this album on CD in 1995 as KC and the Sunshine Band...And More, the company generously included several early K.C. smokers (including "I'm a Pushover") from Do It Good as bonus tracks. The invigorating material proves that even before the outfit hit big, its distinctive sound had been established." AllMusic Review by Alex Henderson


Ratings :

AllMusic : 4,5 / 5 , Discogs : 3,96 / 5

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