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GAP BAND VI vidéo junkie FROM THE ALBUM GAP BAND VI 1984.

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GAP BAND VI direspect FROM THE ALBUM GAP BAND VI 1984.....

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Gap Band - Video Junkie

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From the 1984 L.P. "Gap Band VI".

Video Junkie

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Provided to YouTube by BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited Video Junkie · The Gap Band Gap Band VI ℗ 1984 Cavalcade Records Ltd., a BMG Company Released on: 2016-04-08 Producer: Lonnie Simmons Composer: Lonnie Simmons Composer: Rudy Taylor Composer: Charlie Wilson Composer: Demetrius Johnson Auto-generated by YouTube.

GAP BAND VI beep a freak FROM THE ALBUM GAP BAND VI 1984...

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GAP BAND VI i found my baby FROM THE ALBUM GAP BAND VI 1984..

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I Found My Baby

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Provided to YouTube by BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited I Found My Baby · The Gap Band Gap Band VI ℗ 1984 Cavalcade Records Ltd., a BMG Company Released on: 2016-04-08 Producer: Lonnie Simmons Vocals: Charlie Wilson Vocals: Ronnie Wilson Vocals: Robert L. Wilson Composer: Raymond Calhoun Auto-generated by YouTube.

The Gap Band - Disrespect

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Old School Funk - 1985 album 'The Gap Band VI'

The Gap Band - Disrespect [1985] sounds better

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Written By Charlie Wilson - Remix by Lamont Johnson, Lonnie Simmons " Disrespect ", taken from the album ' Gap Band VI ' Released : 1985 Genre : Electronic Style : Disco ' Gap Band VI ' is the eighth album (contrary to the title) by The Gap Band, released in 1984 on Total Experience Records. It was originally intended to be lead singer Charlie Wilson's first solo album, and the first Gap Band album released under Total Experience's new distribution deal with RCA Records. The album reached #1 on the Black Albums chart for 2 weeks in March 1985. In October 29, 2012 the remastered and expanded album including 5 bonus tracks was released by Big Break Records. The Gap Band was an American R&B and funk band that rose to fame during the 1970s and 1980s. The band consisted of three brothers Charlie, Ronnie, and Robert Wilson; and it was named after streets (Greenwood, Archer, and Pine) in the historic Greenwood neighborhood in the brothers' hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The group shortened its name to The Gap Band in 1973. After 43 years together, they retired in 2010. Description courtesy of : 🤍 🤍 🤍

Beep a Freak

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Provided to YouTube by BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited Beep a Freak · The Gap Band Gap Band VI ℗ 1984 Cavalcade Records Ltd., a BMG Company Released on: 2016-04-08 Producer: Lonnie Simmons Vocals: Charlie Wilson Vocals: Ronnie Wilson Vocals: Robert L. Wilson Composer: Lonnie Simmons Composer: Rudy Taylor Composer: Charlie Wilson Auto-generated by YouTube.

Disrespect

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Provided to YouTube by BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited Disrespect · The Gap Band Gap Band VI ℗ 1984 Cavalcade Records Ltd., a BMG Company Released on: 2016-04-08 Producer: Lonnie Simmons Vocals: Charlie Wilson Vocals: Ronnie Wilson Vocals: Robert L. Wilson Composer: Charlie Wilson Auto-generated by YouTube.

Gap Band - I Want A Real Love (1985)

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#charliewilson GAP BAND - 𝙂𝙖𝙥 𝘽𝙖𝙣𝙙 VI • 𝙂𝙖𝙥 𝘽𝙖𝙣𝙙 VII • 𝙥𝙡𝙪𝙨 𝙗𝙤𝙣𝙪𝙨 𝙩𝙧𝙖𝙘𝙠𝙨 𝘿𝙄𝙂𝙄𝙏𝘼𝙇𝙇𝙔 𝙍𝙀𝙈𝘼𝙎𝙏𝙀𝙍𝘿

I Believe

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Provided to YouTube by BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited I Believe · The Gap Band Gap Band VI ℗ 1984 Cavalcade Records Ltd., a BMG Company Released on: 2016-04-08 Producer: Lonnie Simmons Composer: Lonnie Simmons Composer: Rudy Taylor Auto-generated by YouTube.

I Found My Baby-The Gap Band

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from their"Gap Band VI" LP

Gap Band - I Found My Baby -1984

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Album: Gap Band VI

The Gap Band - I Found My Baby

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from 1984's "Gap Band VI"

Weak Spot

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Provided to YouTube by BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited Weak Spot · The Gap Band Gap Band VI ℗ 1984 Cavalcade Records Ltd., a BMG Company Released on: 2016-04-08 Producer: Lonnie Simmons Producer: Oliver Scott Composer: Oliver Scott Auto-generated by YouTube.

Don't You Leave Me

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Provided to YouTube by BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited Don't You Leave Me · The Gap Band Gap Band VI ℗ 1984 Cavalcade Records Ltd., a BMG Company Released on: 2016-04-08 Producer: Lonnie Simmons Producer: Oliver Scott Composer: Oliver Scott Auto-generated by YouTube.

The Gap Band - I Found My Baby (Club / Dance Mix) (Slayd5000)

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Slayd5000 presents... The Gap Band - I Found My Baby (Club / Dance Mix) (Promo 12") N-joi! & subscribe to my channel. Positive comments are always welcome. More to come.

The Gap Band ~ I Believe

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From the 1984 album "Gap Band VI" Charlie Wilson

The Sun Don't Shine Everyday

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Provided to YouTube by BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited The Sun Don't Shine Everyday · The Gap Band Gap Band VI ℗ 1984 Cavalcade Records Ltd., a BMG Company Released on: 2016-04-08 Producer: Lonnie Simmons Composer: Lonnie Simmons Composer: Rudy Taylor Auto-generated by YouTube.

GAP BAND - WEAK SPOT | MUSICA DISCO 80 | FUNKY MUSIC 70

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VIVE ESTE NUEVO CANAL COMO SI FUERA TUYO, Y ECHALE UN VISTAZO SIN MIEDO, PORTATE BIEN Y SUSCRIBETE, POR FAVOR MACHACA LA CAMPANITA DE LAS NOTIFICACIONES Y DAME UN LIKE SI TE HA GUSTADO, DISFRUTA DE LA MUSICA DISCO 70-80. ESTE CANAL ESTA DISEÑADO PARA SATISFACER A TODO ESE PUBLICO QUE SALTABA BAILANDO EN LA PISTA CIRCULAR DE LA SALA MUSICAL LASERIUM. COMO SIEMPRE, Y UNA VEZ MAS TE TRAIGO BUENOS RECUERDOS. ESTAMOS EN CONTACTO, DEJARME ALGUN COMENTARIO Y COMPARTIR ESTE NUEVO CANAL. SALUDOS A TODOS LOS FURIOSOS DE LA MUSICA FUNCKY DISCO, LA MEJOR MUSICA DE LA HISTORIA. PETER MALDINI_DEEJEY TEC. DE SONIDO PROFESIONAL. MUSICA: GRUPO: GAP BAND TEMA: WEAK SPOT ALBUM: GAP BAND VI PRODUCCION: LONNIE SIMMONS SELLO DISCOGRAFICO: TOTAL EXPERIENCE RECORDS

Party Train

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Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Party Train · The Gap Band Gap Band V - Jammin' ℗ A Mercury Records Release; ℗ 1983 UMG Recordings, Inc. Released on: 1983-08-22 Producer: Ronnie Wilson Producer, Executive Producer: Lonnie Simmons Composer Lyricist: Charles K. Wilson Composer Lyricist: Charlie Wilson Composer Lyricist: Ronnie Wilson Composer Lyricist: Rudy Taylor Composer Lyricist: Lonnie Simmons Auto-generated by YouTube.

The Gap Band ~ Beep A Freak {full maxi single}

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Released in 1984 side 1 Long Version - 0:00 side 2 Dub Version - 7:51

The Gap Band │ Burn Rubber On Me Why You Wanna Hurt Me ®Mercury

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Producer – Lonnie Simmons Burn Rubber On Me (Why You Wanna Hurt Me) Written-By – Ch. K. Wilson*, L. Simmons*, R. Taylor* Band musicians[edit] Chris Clayton – Saxophone, vocals (1974–1983) Alvin Jones – Trombone (1974) Tommy Lokey – Trumpet (1974–1983) James "Jimi" Macon – Guitar (1977–1986) Carl Scoggins – Congas, percussion (1974) Roscoe Smith – Drums (1974) O'Dell Stokes – Guitar (1974) Lawrence "Lukii" Scott – Guitar (1974) Charlie Wilson – Lead vocals, piano, synthesizer, clavinet, organ, drums, percussion Ronnie Wilson – Vocals, trumpet, flugelhorn, piano, synthesizer, percussion, songwriter Robert Wilson – Bass, guitar, percussion, vocals Tim Fenderson (Rabbit) – Bass LaSalle Gabriel – Guitar (1994–1997) Malvin "Dino" Vice – Trumpet, vocals, horn and string arrangements Raymond James Calhoun – Percussion, drums, vocals Oliver A. Scott – Piano, synthesizer, trombone, vocals Ronnie Kaufman – Drums Fred "Locksmith" Jenkins – Guitar Studio musicians[edit] Glenn Nightingale – Guitar Lonnie Simmons – Guitar, percussion Rudy Taylor – Keyboard, programming Jimmy Hamilton – Piano, synthesizer Maurice Hayes – Guitar Ira Ward – Drums, Bass, guitar, piano Robert "Goodie" Whitfield – Piano, synthesizer, saxophone Discography[edit] Main article: The Gap Band discography Magicians Holiday (1974) The Gap Band (1977) The Gap Band (1979) The Gap Band II (1979) The Gap Band III (1980) Gap Band IV (1982) Gap Band V: Jammin' (1983) Gap Band VI (1984) Gap Band VII (1985) Gap Band 8 (1986) Straight From The Heart (1988) Round Trip (1989) Testimony (1994) Ain't Nothin' But a Party (1995) Y2K: Funkin' Till 2000 Comz (1999) • The Gap Band was an American R&B and funk band which rose to fame during the 1970s and 1980s. With the nucleus consisting of brothers Charlie, Ronnie, and Robert Wilson. The band is named after streets (Greenwood, Archer, and Pine) in the historic Greenwood neighborhood in their hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The group shortened its name to The Gap Band in 1973. After 43 years together, they retired in 2010.•

The Gap Band - Bumpin' Gum People (Funk 1985)

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Funk Bumpin' Gum People (1985)

The Gap Band - Oops Up Side Your Hand Live (HD)

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The Gap Band at the Sinbad's Summer Jam Music Festival in St Thomas (US Virgin Islands) 1999. The Gap Band, formed by the Wilson brothers, was founded in 1967 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. They specialized in Funk by imposing their multiple tubes of which "Outstanding" is part ("I don" t believe you want to get up and dance ) ," Yearnig for your love ". Their biggest hits have been taken over, sampled and remixed by the big names of the Hip Hop of the 90's. Outstanding is thus this title which has been reused by more than 150 artists since its creation in 1979; that's how the Gap Band group influenced the black American music culture.

THE GAP BAND-disrespect

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from 1984

The Gap Band - “I Found My Baby”

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Artists: The Gap Band Song: “I Found My Baby” Producer: Lonnie Simmons Disc: Gap Band VI Label: ℗ 1984 Cavalcade Records Ltd., a BMG Company

Gap Band - You Dropped A Bomb On Me/Party Train (Looking Back Vol 1 Track 8)

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The Gap Band - You Dropped A Bomb On Me/Party Train 8:05 (126/129 BPM) Mix By Mark Roberts The Gap Band was an American R&B and funk band that rose to fame during the 1970s and 1980s. The band consisted of three brothers Charlie, Ronnie, and Robert Wilson; and it was named after streets (Greenwood, Archer, and Pine) in remembrance of the Tulsa race massacre in the historic Greenwood neighborhood in the brothers' hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma. They retired in 2010; Robert Wilson died in August 2010 and Ronnie Wilson died in November 2021, leaving Charlie Wilson the only living member of the band. On their first album with Simmons, The Gap Band, they found chart success with songs such as "I'm in Love" and "Shake"; the latter became a Top 10 R&B hit in 1979. Later that year, the group released "I Don't Believe You Want to Get Up and Dance (Oops!)" on their album The Gap Band II. Although it did not hit the Billboard Hot 100, it soared to number 4 in the US Billboard R&B chart, and the album went gold. The song, and the band's musical output as a whole, became more P-Funk-esque, with expanded use of the synthesizers and spoken monologues within songs (see audio sample). The song "Steppin' (Out)" also reached the top 10 R&B Charlie Wilson provided background vocals on Stevie Wonder's 1980 hit "I Ain't Gonna Stand for It" from Wonder's album Hotter Than July (1980). The band reached a whole new level of fame in 1980 with the release of the number 1 R&B and number 16 Billboard 200 hit, The Gap Band III. That album had soul ballads such as the number 5 R&B song "Yearning for Your Love", and funk songs such as the R&B chart-topper "Burn Rubber on Me (Why You Wanna Hurt Me)" and "Humpin'". They repeated this formula on the number 1 R&B album Gap Band IV in 1982 (the first album released on Simmons' newly launched Total Experience Records), which resulted in three hit singles: "Early in the Morning" (number 1 R&B, number 13 Dance, number 24 Hot 100), "You Dropped a Bomb on Me" (number 2 R&B, number 31 Hot 100, number 39 Dance), and "Outstanding" (number 1 R&B, number 24 Dance). It was during this time that former Brides of Funkenstein singer Dawn Silva joined them on tour. Their 1983 album, Gap Band V: Jammin', went gold, but was not quite as successful as the previous works, peaking at number 2 R&B and number 28 on the Billboard 200. The single "Party Train" peaked at number 3 R&B, and the song "Jam the Motha'" peaked at number 16 R&B, but neither made it onto the Hot 100. The album's closer "Someday" (a loose cover of Donny Hathaway's "Someday We'll All Be Free") featured Stevie Wonder as a guest vocalist. Their next work, Gap Band VI brought them back to number 1 R&B in 1985, but the album sold fewer copies and did not go gold. "Beep a Freak" hit number 2 R&B, "I Found My Baby" peaked at number 8 on the R&B charts, and "Disrespect" peaked at number 18. That year, lead singer Charlie Wilson and singer Shirley Murdock provided backing vocals on Zapp & Roger's number 8 R&B "Computer Love While their 1986 cover of "Going in Circles" went to number 2 on the R&B charts, and the album it was released on, Gap Band VII, hit number 6 R&B, the album almost became their first in years to miss the Billboard 200, peaking at number 159. While they were beginning to struggle stateside, the group found their greatest success in the UK when their 1986 single "Big Fun" from Gap Band 8 reached number 4 in the UK Singles Chart. 1988's Straight from the Heart was their last studio album with Total Experience. The Gap Band caught a small break in 1988 with the Keenen Ivory Wayans film, I'm Gonna Git You Sucka. They contributed the non-charting "You're So Cute" and the number 14 R&B title track to the film (The first was not on the soundtrack, but was used in the film). Their first song on their new label, Capitol Records, 1989's "All of My Love" (from their album Round Trip), is, to date, their last number 1 R&B hit. The album also produced the number 8 R&B "Addicted to Your Love" and the number 18 R&B ""We Can Make it Alright." They left Capitol Records the next year and went on a five-year hiatus from producing new material. During the 1990s, the band released three non-charting studio albums and two live albums. On August 26, 2005, The Gap Band was honored as a BMI Icon at the 57th annual BMI Urban Awards. The honor is given to a creator who has been "a unique and indelible influence on generations of music makers". "Outstanding" alone remains one of the most sampled songs in history and has, astonishingly, been used by over 150 artists. Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl credits The Gap Band for inspiring the drum intro on their hit "Smells Like Teen Spirit." Robert Wilson died of a heart attack at his home in Palmdale, California on August 15, 2010, at the age of 53. Ronnie Wilson died following a stroke on November 2, 2021, at age 73. Label: Ultimix LB-1 Country: US Released: 1996

THE GAP BAND- bumpin gum people

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from 1985. On their first album with Simmons, The Gap Band, they found chart success with songs such as "I'm in Love" and "Shake"; the latter became a Top 10 R&B hit in 1979. Later that year, the group released "I Don't Believe You Want to Get Up and Dance (Oops!)" on their album The Gap Band II. Although it did not hit the Hot 100, it soared to #4 R&B, and the album went gold. The song, and the band's musical output as a whole, became more P-Funk-esque,[4] with expanded use of the synthesizers and spoken monologues within songs (see audio sample). The song "Steppin' (Out)" also reached the top 10 R&B.[5] "I Don't Believe You Want to Get Up and Dance (Oops)" (1979) MENU0:00 The Gap Band's breakthrough single, "I Don't Believe You Want to Get Up and Dance (Oops!)" exemplifies the sound that made them famous. Problems playing this file? See media help. Charlie Wilson provided background vocals on Stevie Wonder's 1980 hit "I Ain't Gonna Stand For It" from Wonder's album Hotter Than July (1980). The band reached a whole new level of fame in 1980 with the release of the #1 R&B and #16 Billboard 200 hit, The Gap Band III. That album had soul ballads such as the #5 R&B song "Yearning for Your Love", and funk songs such as the R&B chart-topper "Burn Rubber on Me (Why You Wanna Hurt Me)" and "Humpin'".[6] They repeated this formula on the #1 R&B album Gap Band IV in 1982 (the first album released on Simmons' newly launched Total Experience Records), which resulted in three hit singles: "Early in the Morning" (#1 R&B, #13 Dance, #24 Hot 100), "You Dropped a Bomb on Me" (#2 R&B, #31 Hot 100, #39 Dance), and "Outstanding" (#1 R&B, #24 Dance). It was during this time that former Brides of Funkenstein singer Dawn Silva joined them on tour.[7] Their 1983 album, Gap Band V: Jammin', went gold, but was not quite as successful as the previous works, peaking at #2 R&B and #28 on the Billboard 200. The single "Party Train" peaked at #3 R&B, and the song "Jam the Motha'" peaked at #16 R&B, but neither made it onto the Hot 100. The album's closer "Someday" (a loose cover of Donny Hathaway's "Someday We'll All Be Free") featured Stevie Wonder as a guest vocalist.[8] Their next work, Gap Band VI brought them back to #1 R&B in 1985, but the album sold fewer copies and did not go gold. "Beep a Freak" hit #2 R&B, "I Found My Baby" peaked at #8 on the R&B charts, and "Disrespect" peaked at #18. That year, lead singer Charlie Wilson and singer Shirley Murdock provided backing vocals on Zapp & Roger's #8 R&B "Computer Love".

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