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|1. Sound Your Funky Horn|
|2. Get Down Tonight|
|3. I'm Your Boogie Man|
|4. (Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty|
|5. Queen Of Clubs|
|6. That's The Way (I Like It)|
|7. Keep It Comin' Love|
|8. Please Don't Go|
|9. Boogie Shoes|
|10. Let's Go Rock And Roll|
|11. Give It Up|
|12. Do You Wanna Go Party|
|13. I Like To Do It|
|14. Shotgun Shuffle|
|15. Wrap Your Arms Around Me|
|16. All I Want|
This 16-track collection includes Get Down Tonight; I'm Your Boogie Man; Queen of Clubs; Keep It Comin'; That's the Way (I Like It), and more.
KC and the Sunshine Band, led by Harry Wayne Casey, brought a bit of male bravado to the predominantly diva-led disco scene. KC and company incorporated a Caribbean feel to their music, with swelling--and staccato--horn parts and multilayered vocals. The repetition of the choruses of "Shake Your Booty" and "That's the Way (I Like It)" had every gold-chain wearing male on the dance floor singing along. While these hits, and "Get Down Tonight," are now disco cultural reference points, "Sound Your Funky Horn," a minor hit earlier in the band's career, has more of an island feel to it. The Best of KC and the Sunshine Band provides a fairly broad sampling of the Sunshine Band's music, including "Keep It Comin' Love," "I'm Your Boogie Man," and the tropical funk of "Boogie Shoes." --Steve Gdula
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This collection has all the big hits, but I'm sure completists can name some missing songs. I don't think I can listen to 2 CD's worth of KC, as a lot of the stuff sounds similar. Read morePublished on Aug. 19 2011 by From the Musician's Pen
The Best of KC & the Sunshine Band [Rhino 1990]~ KC & the Sunshine Band is a good collection of their best tracks. Read morePublished on June 15 2004 by B. Viberg
KC and the Sunshine Band were the most successful disco group of the 1970s. They produced a lot of fun records. Read morePublished on March 21 2004 by Johnny Heering
It was great to find this CD and play all the old hits that I remember growing up in the 70s. My favorite songs are "Do You Wanna Go Party" and "Give It Up". Read morePublished on July 5 2002 by The Dyzie
If the Bee Gees were the Beatles of 70's Disco music, then KC were their Beach Boys counterparts.
Thanks for all those 70's memories
thanks Don I love this cd it was in perfect conditon thanks soo much I can't stop listening to it and I will recommand this used cd to every one buy it used thanks again JudyPublished on Jan. 12 2002 by Judith Haakonsen