KC and the Sunshine Band (TK 603)

While it’s not “all about” TK Records, it sure would seem to be “an awful lot about” that funky Florida label here at Asbo HQ.  This is band’s second album and I picked it up on a records reconnaissance mission with my friend Jason at the wonderful Demelza House shop in Hythe.  The longer Lp versions of the hits differ markedly from the excellent KC Best Of also gracing my library.

For those keeping track, the label is TK, not Jay Boy.

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  1. Classic stuf. My scuffed copy was found on the pavement of Bethnal Green High Road one Saturday night in 1991 after the market stalls had been taken down. The inclusion of the breaks-heavy Let It Go (parts one and two) means that no self-respecting B-Boy can do without this piece of vinyl

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