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  2. The Byrds - Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde (Ltd Col.) - Vinyl (LP) - 60's Garage, Psych, Folk - " With leader Roger McGuinn at the helm of a stellar new edition of the band featuring guitar god Clarence White, drummer Gene Parsons, and bassist John York.
  3. rows · The Gap Band was a funk and soul group, the three-piece being known for hits such as .
  4. A deal with Mercury put the Gap Band on the fast track. A self-titled album reached number ten on Billboard's R&B chart, led by the success of "Shake" (number four R&B) and "Open Up Your Mind" (number 13 R&B). They followed it later in the year with The Gap Band II, an album that spawned two more Top Ten R&B singles.
  5. Gap Band III is their first #1 R&B album and it dipped in the top 20 on the pop charts (their first top 20 album). Despite the fact that The Gap Band were signed under producer, Lonnie Simmons' Total Experience Records, It was the last album (of 3) distributed under Mercury records (the next albums were released under Total Experience Records)/5(19).
  6. When Gap Band III came out in , the Wilson Brothers were widely regarded as true heavyweights in the funk field. Many funk experts will tell you that creatively, they were right up there with the likes of Cameo, Rick James, the Isley Brothers, and the Bar-Kays in the early '80s. Over the years, The Gap Band III (which was the group's fifth album, not its third) has often been described as.
  7. Signing to Mercury in , and working with long-time mentor Lonnie Simmons, The Gap Band III (actually their fifth album) was their most complete offering to date, bringing together their.
  8. this album was the stuff the gap band was in high gear in beginning of the 80s they pick up where parliament left off the ballads were hot but ''humpin'' was the main reason why i fell in love with the gap band it is badddeeesssttt song i had ever heard i heard a guy blasting it in my old neighborhood in early 80s i was 8 or 9 but i was hooked so funky it sounded like stevie wonder doing a rap /5(8).

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