Many Gap Band fans think that 1979's The Gap Band was the Wilson Brothers' first album, but, in fact, it was their third. Before becoming well-known, they recorded 1974's Magician's Holiday for Shelter and 1977's The Gap Band (which shouldn't be confused with this album, although both are self-titled) for Tattoo. This LP is, without question, stronger and more consistent than the Gap Band's previous albums of 1974 and 1977. The above-mentioned hits established the Gap Band as funk heavyweights, and yet not everything on this album is hardcore funk - equally appealing are tracks that range from the hypnotic disco number "Baby Baba Boogie" and the soul ballad "You Can Count on Me" to the jazzy quiet storm item "Messin' With My Mind
The Gap Band chronology. Straight from the Heart (1988)Straight from the Heart1988. Testimony (1994)Testimony1994. The album includes the number one hit single on the American R&B chart "All of My Love" and the single "Addicted to Your Love".
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BPM Profile Gap Band IV. Album starts at 121BPM, ends at 91BPM (-30), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Gap Band. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.
the gap band 1977 album out of the blue, the gap band 1977 album covers The Gap Band is the second album by The Gap Band in 1977 on Tattoo Records This is not to be confused with the 1979 Mercury Records self-titled album. Chris Clayton – alto and tenor saxophone, vocals. The Gap Band – percussion, backing vocals. Rick Calhoun – drums. Leon Russell – piano.