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KC and the Sunshine Band

KC And The Sunshine Band
Disco
Pop
KC And The Sunshine Band
KC and the Sunshine Band
Harry Wayne Casey and Richard Finch were working for Hialeah, Florida's TK Records when they decided to collaborate in 1973. As producers/songwriters, they tasted some success with George McCrae's “Rock Your Baby” before hitting it big with their own act a year later. Actually the group's second album, KC AND THE SUNSHINE BAND helped put disco on the map with a pair of No.1 singles: “Get Down Tonight” and “That’s The Way (I Like It),” which topped the chart on this day in 1975. There's plenty more to love among these nine originals; if “Boogie Shoes” and “I Get Lifted” can't get you moving, check your pulse. The dancefloor anthems and propulsive funk that KC and the Sunshine Band serve up on their eponymous triple-Platinum set remain among the most addictive sounds of the 1970s.

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