Part 3 is the fourth studio album by the funk and disco group KC and the Sunshine Band. The album was produced by Harry Wayne Casey and Richard Finch and was released October 1, 1976 on the TK label.
Part 3 contains three of the band’s biggest hits, “(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty”, “I’m Your Boogie Man”, and “Keep It Comin’ Love”. The first two reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 while the third peaked at number two. Two other singles, “I Like to Do It” and “Wrap Your Arms Around Me” found moderate success on the charts.
“Baby I Love You (Yes, I Do)” 4:43
“Wrap Your Arms Around Me” 3:47
“I Like to Do It” 2:57
“(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty” 3:06
“Let’s Go Party” 2:57
“Come on In” 3:25
“I’m Your Boogie Man” 4:05
“Keep It Comin’ Love” 4:23
“I’m Your Boogie Man” (Single Version) 4:00
“Keep It Comin’ Love” (Single Version) 3:51
Harry Wayne Casey – keyboards, vocal Jerome Smith – guitar Richard Finch – bass guitar, drums, percussion Robert Johnson – drums Fermin Goytisolo – percussion Oliver C. Brown – 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
We interrupt our regular Saturday schedule with an installment of Part 2 of our library of 1990. In this segment we’ll feature music from: Vixen, Madonna, Danger Danger, Rush, Lenny Kravitz, Warrant, Fleetwood Mac, Nelson, Soul Asylum, Jon Bon Jovi, Judas Priest, Larry Gatlin and many more.
We interrupt our regular Saturday schedule with an installment of Part 1 of our library of 1990. In this segment we’ll feature music from: Stranglers, Soul II Soul, Tom Petty, Beautiful South, Eric Johnson, Willie Nelson, KC & The Sunshine Band, Janet Jackson, Mariah Carey, Nick Lowe, Elton John, Whistle, Robert Planet, Ian Hunter & Mark Ronson, and many more.
Saturday Night Fever is the soundtrack album from the 1977 film Saturday Night Fever starring John Travolta. The soundtrack was released on November 15, 1977. It is one of the best-selling albums in history, and remains the second-biggest-selling soundtrack of all time, after The Bodyguard, selling 40 million copies worldwide (double-disc album).
In the United States, the album was certified 16× Platinum for shipments of at least 16 million units. The album stayed atop the charts for 24 straight weeks from January to July 1978 and stayed on Billboard’s album charts for 120 weeks until March 1980. In the UK, the album spent 18 consecutive weeks at No. 1. The album epitomized the disco phenomenon on both sides of the Atlantic and was an international sensation. The album has been added to the National Recording Registry in the Library of Congress for being culturally significant.
“Stayin’ Alive” (performed by Bee Gees) 4:45
“How Deep Is Your Love” (performed by Bee Gees) 4:05
“Night Fever” (performed by Bee Gees) 3:32
“More Than a Woman” (performed by Bee Gees) 3:18
“If I Can’t Have You” (performed by Yvonne Elliman) 3:00
“A Fifth of Beethoven” (performed by Walter Murphy) 3:03
“More Than a Woman” (performed by Tavares) 3:17
“Manhattan Skyline” (performed by David Shire) 4:45
“Calypso Breakdown” (performed by Ralph MacDonald) 7:51
“Night on Disco Mountain” (performed by David Shire) 5:13
“Open Sesame” (performed by Kool & the Gang) 3:59
“Jive Talkin’ ” (performed by Bee Gees) 3:44
“You Should Be Dancing” (performed by Bee Gees) 4:14
“Boogie Shoes” (performed by KC and the Sunshine Band) 2:17
“Salsation” (performed by David Shire) 3:51
“K-Jee” (performed by MFSB) 4:13
“Disco Inferno” (performed by The Trammps) 10:51
Barry Gibb – lead, harmony and backing vocals, rhythm guitar (tracks 1–4, 12–13) Robin Gibb – lead vocals (track 2), harmony and backing vocals (tracks 1–4, 12–13) Maurice Gibb – bass, harmony and backing vocals (tracks 1–4, 12–13) Alan Kendall – electric guitar (tracks 1–4, 12–13) Blue Weaver – keyboards, synthesizer, piano (tracks 1–4, 12–13) Dennis Bryon – drums, percussion (tracks 1–4, 12–13) Joe Lala – percussion (tracks 1–4) Stephen Stills – percussion (track 13) Mike Baird – drums (track 10) Michael Boddicker – synthesizer (tracks 8, 10) Bob Bowles – guitar (tracks 5, 7) Dennis Budimir – guitar (track 10) Sonny Burke – piano (tracks 5, 7, 8); electric keyboards (track 15) Eddie Cano – acoustic piano (track 15) Mike Caruso – guitar (track 6) Paulinho da Costa – percussion (tracks 5, 7) Scott Edwards – bass (tracks 5, 10, 15) Steve Forman – percussion (tracks 8, 10, 15) James Gadson – drums (tracks 5, 7–8) Ralph Grierson – keyboards (track 10) Mitch Hoder – guitar (track 8) Abraham Laboriel – bass (track 8) Freddie Perren – synthesizer, keyboards, percussion (track 5) Emil Richards – percussion (track 10) Jerome Richardson – flute solo (track 15) Tony Terran – trumpet solo (track 15) Lee Ritenour – guitar (tracks 8, 10, 15) David Shire – adaptation (track 10) Mark Stevens – drums (track 15) Chino Valdez – congas (track 15) Bob Zimmitti – percussion (tracks 5, 7, 15) John Tobler – liner notes Bill Oakes – compilation, album supervision
KC and the Sunshine Band is an American disco and funk band which was founded in 1973 in Hialeah, Florida. Their best-known songs include the hits “That’s the Way (I Like It)”, “(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty”, “I’m Your Boogie Man”, “Keep It Comin’ Love”, “Get Down Tonight”, “Boogie Shoes”, “Please Don’t Go” and “Give It Up”. The band took its name from lead vocalist Harry Wayne Casey’s last name (‘KC’) and the ‘Sunshine Band’ from KC’s home state of Florida, the Sunshine State. The group had six top 10 singles, five number one singles and a number two single on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
A revival of interest in disco music in 1991 brought Casey out of retirement. He reformed the band with some new members and two other original members, (the percussionist Fermin Goytisolo and vocalist Beverly Champion-Foster) and began touring once again. The new band has released a large number of compilation albums through Rhino Records, along with some newly recorded material. The album Oh Yeah! was released in 1993 after a ten-year gap between new albums (excluding compilations).
On July 28, 2000, guitarist Jerome Smith died accidentally while working as a bulldozer operator.
In 2001, the band made a brief comeback into the music scene after an eight-year lull with the release of a new album titled I’ll Be There For You. The album was praised by critics, but it failed to generate any impact on the charts or in sales. More recently, the group had an appearance in the 2003 remake of the movie The In-Laws.
On July 6, 2013, KC and the Sunshine Band were honored with a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars.
This week on the Sounds of The 70s we feature music from: Led Zeppelin, Van Morrison, KC & The Sunshine Band, Bad Company, Aerosmith, Henry Gross, Doobie Brothers, Thelma Houston, Grass Roots and more. . .
This week on the Sounds of The 70s, music from: Frankie Valli, Wet Willie, John Miles, Elton John, Led Zeppelin, David Dundas, Wayne Newton, Electric Light Orchestra, Jethro Tull, KC & The Sunshine Band, Jackson 5 and many more . . .
This week on ClubMax we feature tunes from Janet Jackson, Secret Ties, Black Blood, KC & The Sunshine Band, Katy Perry, New Order, Duran Duran, Karen Young, Shalamar, Mark Ronson, First Choice and more . . .
Last December we saluted our “Blue-Eyed” soul brothers and sisters on “Great Soul Performances.” This evening we’ll do it again. You’ll hear the likes of: Tom Jones, Linda Ronstadt, Michael McDonald, the Average White Band, Dusty Springfield, Bobby Cauldwell, KC & the Sunshine Band, Joss Stone, Larry Chance & the Earls, the Blues Brothers; Dan Aykroyd & John Belushi, a new track from my youngest surrogate son Kid Kyle and two “live” concert segments with Kenny Vance & the Planotones featuring Phoebe Snow and one with my buddy Billy Vera & the Beaters.
KC and the Sunshine Band is an American musical group. Founded in 1973 in Miami, Florida, their style has included funk, R&B, and disco. Their most well known songs include the disco hits “That’s the Way (I Like It)”, “(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty”, “I’m Your Boogie Man”, “Keep It Comin’ Love”, “Get Down Tonight”, “Give It Up”, and “Please Don’t Go”. They took their name from lead vocalist Harry Wayne Casey’s last name (“KC”) and the “Sunshine Band” from KC’s home state of Florida (‘The Sunshine State’). Source: Wikipedia