Gap Band - Gap Band V - Jammin' mp3 album
Title: Gap Band V - Jammin'
Style: Disco, Funk
Date of release: 1983
Size MP3: 1566 mb
Size FLAC: 1937 mb
Format: VOX AIFF RA WMA VOC AA MP4
Gap Band V- Jammin' is the seventh album (contrary to the title) by The Gap Band, released in 1983 on Total Experience Records. The album was reissued on CD in 1997 by Mercury Records. In 2009 the album was remastered by PTG Records including "Party Train" (Special Dance Mix). The album reached on the Black Albums chart and on the Pop Albums chart. The album produced the singles "Party Train" ( R&B) and "Jam the Motha'" ( R&B).
The Gap Band had given themselves some big shoes to fill in the wake of their 1982 The Gap Band IV LP. It had, of course, spawned "You Dropped a Bomb on Me" - one of the defining songs of the decade and indeed of the contemporary funk genre. But with aplomb and finesse, the band returned the next year with The Gap Band V: Jammin' and only just missed its predecessor's number one chart position. From the opening instrumental "Where Are We Going," The Gap Band V: Jammin' is a slick, smooth set dominated by some archetypal Gap Band classics.
Recorded an mixed at Total Experience Recording Studios, Hollywood Mastered at A&M Mastering Studios. This album is dedicated to Bill Haywood. LP housed in lyric/photo sleeve. Other (Plant ID): 56. Other Versions (5 of 18) View All. Cat.
Gap Band V: Jammin' Tracklist. 1. Introduction - Where Are We Going? Lyrics. 2. Shake a Leg Lyrics.
BPM Profile Gap Band V: Jammin'. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Gap Band.
Tracklist: 1. Introduction – Where Are We Going, 2. Shake A Leg, 3. I’m Ready (If You’re Ready), 4. You’re My Everything, 5. Jammin’ In America, 6. Smile, 7. Party Train, 8. Jam The Motha’, 9. I Expect More, 10. You’re Something Special, 11. Someday. Introduction – Where Are We Going. 3. I’m Ready (If You’re Ready). 4. You’re My Everything. 5. Jammin’ In America.
The Gap Band was an American funk band, who rose to fame during the 1970s and 1980s. Comprising brothers Charlie, Ronnie and Robert Wilson, the band first formed as the Greenwood, Archer and Pine Street Band in 1967 in their hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The group shortened its name to The Gap Ban. ore . Year: 1983. Gap Band V: Jammin' Album.
|A1||Introduction - Where Are We Going?||1:35|
|A2||Shake A Leg||4:01|
|A3||I'm Ready (If You're Ready)||5:30|
|A4||You're My Everything||4:15|
|A5||Jammin' In America||5:04|
|B2||Jam The Motha'||4:18|
|B3||I Expect More||3:55|
|B4||You're Something Special||5:20|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – PolyGram Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – PolyGram Records, Inc.
- Manufactured By – G.P.I. S.A.
- Executive-Producer – Lonnie Simmons
- Producer – Lonnie Simmons (tracks: A6, B1), Ronnie Wilson
NotesMade in Greece.
Includes inner sleeve with band photo and song lyrics.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: AEPI
|TE-1-3004||The Gap Band||Gap Band V - Jammin' (LP, Album)||Total Experience Records||TE-1-3004||US||1983|
|812 186-1||Gap Band*||Gap Band V - Jammin' (LP, Album)||Total Experience Records||812 186-1||France||1983|
|25PP-95||The Gap Band||Gap Band V - Jammin' (LP, Album)||Total Experience Records||25PP-95||Japan||1983|
|812 186-1||Gap Band*||Gap Band V - Jammin' (LP, Album)||Total Experience Records||812 186-1||Germany||1983|
|812 186-2||The Gap Band||Gap Band V - Jammin' (CD, Album, RE)||Mercury||812 186-2||US||Unknown|