Опубликовано: 15 авг. 2010 г. from album "Too".
Band (sometimes written SOS Band; abbreviation for Sounds Of Success) is an American R&B and electro-funk group who gained fame in the 1980s.
Band hit with a two-million-selling single, "Take Your Time (Do It Right)," their first time out, before having several hit singles written and produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. The Atlanta, GA-borne band was started in 1977, when Jason Bryant, saxophonists Bill. .
is the debut album released by the R&B band The . Band on the Tabu label in the summer of 1980. It was produced by Sigidi. The album was a hit at nightclubs and "Take Your Time (Do It Right)" became a disco classic. The album peaked at on the R&B albums chart
Band - Do It Now (Long Version) 7:16.
Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The . Bandname "Santa Monica" changed into "The . Band" by Sigidi Bashir Abdullah, during the recording-sessions of "Take Your Time (Do It Right)" (1979). Membri: Abdul Ra'oof, Billy Ellis, Bruno Speight, Fredi Grace, James Earl Jones III, Jason Bryant, Jerome Thomas, John Alexander Simpson, Mary Davis, Penny Ford, Willie Killebrew. Varianti: Stai visualizzando tutto The .
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Following a mediocre second album, 1982's . Band III is the sound of the . It's driven primarily by up-tempo, funk-inflected R&B that utilized the early-'80s tricks of the trade for pizzazz, with just a few ballads to temper the tide. They are best known for the songs "Take Your Time (Do It Right)", "Just Be Good to Me", "Borrowed Love", and "The Finest".
Their eponymous debut album, ". went gold, selling over 800,000 copies and holding the number two R&B spot for three weeks. While the band was on its world tour, trumpeter, vocalist, percussionist Abdul Ra'oof joined them. Their second album, "Too", went to number 30 R&B in the summer of 1981. Many of these releases, as well as the sound of early releases, helped to popularize the now-classic sound of the TR-808 Roland drum machine. In late 1986, vocalist Mary Davis left The . Band to pursue a solo career. In 1987, the band contributed a song called "It's Time To Move" to the Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol soundtrack.
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- Arranged By – F. Wesley*, Rhonghea*, Sigidi, The S.O.S. Band
- Producer – Sigidi
- Written-By – Mbaji, Rhonghea*, Sigidi
|ZS6 02125||The S.O.S. Band||Do It Now (7", Single)||Tabu Records||ZS6 02125||US||1981|
|4Z8 02126||The S.O.S. Band||Do It Now (12")||Tabu Records||4Z8 02126||US||1981|
|4Z8 02126||The S.O.S. Band||Do It Now (12", Promo)||Tabu Records||4Z8 02126||US||1981|
|449288||The S.O.S. Band||Do It Now ( Part 1) Do It Now (Special Mix) Do It Now ( Part 2) (12", Maxi, tra)||Epic||449288||Colombia||1981|
|ZS6 02125||The S.O.S. Band||Do It Now (7", Promo)||Tabu Records||ZS6 02125||US||1981|
Performer: The S.O.S. Band
Title: Do It Now
Date of release: 1981
Style: Funk, Disco, Boogie
Size MP3: 1779 mb
Size FLAC: 1518 mb
Rating: 4.3 / 5
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