Hollywood Swinging" is a 1974 song by R&B/funk band Kool & the Gang from their album Wild and Peaceful and was written by Robert "Kool" Bell, Ronald Bell, George M. Brown, Robert "Spike" Mickens, Claydes Charles Smith, Dennis R. Thomas & Rick A. Westfield. Hollywood Swinging" was the group's first number one R&B single, reaching that position in June 1974. The single was a successful crossover hit, peaking at number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart,as well.
A. Hollywood Swinging. Producer, Arranged By, Producer, Written-By – Kool & The GangWritten-By – Ricky West. Producer, Arranged By, Producer – Gene Redd,Jr. Written-By – R. Label variation (see images). A: From the album "Wild & Peaceful" DEP 2013. B: From the album "Kool Jazz" DEP 4001. Other Versions (5 of 14) View All. Cat.
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Song: Hollywood Swinging Artist: Kool and the Gang Album: Wild and Peaceful (1973) Bassist: Robert "Kool" Bell Tabbed by LoudLon for Big BassTabs. Standard tuning (EADG). NOTE: The main riff repeats through-out the song unless otherwise noted. Rather than copy and paste the same riff over and over, instead I've broken down how many times to play the riff per section where it applies. LEGEND: r rest staccato s 16th note (appears above bar).
Hollywood Swinging is a 7 piece band dedicated to the music of Kool & The Gang.
Kool & The Gang (Artist) Format: Vinyl. Hollywood Swinging, Dujii VINYL 7" 45 – De-Lite – DEP-561.
The odd thing is that it avoids most of the group's biggest singles from this period - "Jungle Boogie," "Funky Man," "Kool and the Gang," "Let the Music Take Your Mind," "Love the Life You Live," and "Higher Plane" are missing. It's a bizarre set, possibly intended to act as a disc that complements a compilation of the obvious hits.