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Kool & The Gang - Home Is Where The Heart Is album

Kool & The Gang - Home Is Where The Heart Is album
  • Performer Kool & The Gang
  • Title Home Is Where The Heart Is
  • Date of release 1983
  • Other formats TTA VOX DTS RA MIDI MP1 ASF
  • Genre Soul
  • Size MP3 1141 mb
  • Size FLAC 1652 mb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 504

In the Heart is the fifteenth studio album by the funk band Kool & the Gang, released on November 21, 1983. The album became a hit and brought a return to the Billboard charts for the band. The hit love song, "Joanna", soared to number two on the charts in the . and UK, and hit number one on the . Straight Ahead" was a top twenty hit in the UK, while "Tonight" did the same in the . Bass – Robert "Kool" Bell. Drums – George Brown. Guitar – Charles Smith.

Home Is Where the Heart Is is the tenth studio album by American singer-songwriter Bobby Womack. The album was released in 1976, by Columbia Records. Bobby Womack - lead and rhythm guitar, vocals. Charles Fullilove - lead guitar. Jimmy Johnson - rhythm guitar. Eddie Hinton - acoustic guitar on "A Little Bit Salty". Wayne Perkins - lead guitar on "One More Chance On Love" and "We've Only Just Begun". Barry Beckett - keyboards. Sonny Burke - keyboards on "One More Chance On Love".

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Following their 1982 album As One Kool & The Gang made some big changes. First the ended their successful production partnership with Eumir Deodato. Not only that but even though their albums in the early 80's were all very vocal pop oriented this album upped the ante even more,featuring less instrumental solo space for the band itself. It was these qualities that gave some people and critics more ammunition to accuse the band of selling out and abandoning their roots. The ballads "Place For Us","Home Is Where The Heart Is" and "September Love" are by far the most poppy and least R&B oriented tunes on the album-more on the side of the most commercial end of quiet storm as opposed to the more funk oriented slow jam ballad style of earlier. So sure this album is something of a change up but is kind of a transitional album between the bands early and mid 80's sound.

The views expressed on this track, are not directly those of Lowkey or Logic They’re just drawing attention to the lifestyles which some people live. Everything Is relative, we all live the same dramas Just different levels of hardship Everyone who breaths the air, is a target You see Home is where the Heart is. I pray you can relate to my views and my struggle They took my home and reduced it to rubble Nobody cares and no one will help us Then they wonder why we’re going to their cities And we’re blowing ourselves up They acting’ like we killing them, they killing us harder They couldn’t imagine what.

By the time 1983's In the Heart hit the streets, Kool & the Gang had left the fast lanes of funk for the smoother ride of the adult-oriented R&B expressway. Nevertheless, their grasp of 1980s soul sonics ensured that the band continued to top the charts with a verve and style that left their early influences firmly behind

Home Is Where The Heart Is. Guitar – Rick IantoscaWritten-By – R. Bell. Producer, Arranged By, Written-By – Kool & The Gang. Producer, Backing Vocals, Mixed By – Ronald Bell. Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Jim Bonnefond.

Something Special (Kool & the Gang album). Something Special is the thirteenth studio album by American band Kool & the Gang, released in 1981. It was the group's third consecutive Platinum-certified album. It continued the level of success that the band's previous two albums brought, contained several hit singles including: "Take My Heart" went to No. 1 on the R&B chart and No. 17 on the Pop chart

Tracklist

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Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – De-Lite Recorded Sound Corp.

Credits

  • Producer – Jim Bonnefond, Kool & The Gang, Ronald Bell
  • Written-By – Kool & The Gang, Ronald Bell