The Gap Band II - The Gap Band Reviews
Newest Review: ... same as you see that it gets Charlie singing towards the girls and forcing you to feel this side of the music as they place ... more
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by - written on 11/04/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
The Gap Band's second album, "Gap Band II" dropped soon after their major label debut in 1978. The album features the Wilson Brothers, headed by Charlie Wilson, coming to deliver another released filled with a mixture of contemporary R&B, Soul and Funk. The Oklahoma act were said to have made their breakthrough with this one as it features their most well-known single and it helped get their names out to the masses as a result. 1. "Steppin' Out" They simply can't stop the groove as they pull out a big joint here and perform a fast-paced dance number than has them clearly taking inspiration from P-Funk's 'One' ideals in order ... Read the complete review
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