Dance & Electronic and Pop album by K.C. & The Sunshine Band
KC and the Sunshine Band, led by Harry Wayne Casey, brought a bit of male bravado to the predominantly diva-led disco scene. KC and company incorporated a Caribbean feel to their music, with swelling--and staccato--horn parts and multilayered vocals. … see full wiki
KC and The Sunshine Band will always be rembered for some funky upbeat disco hits. This greatest hits collection features such classics as Shake Your Booty, Thats The Way I Like It, Give It Up, Get Down Tonight, and Keep It Comming Love. There are few surprising lesser known tunes such as Sound Your Funky Horn and Please Don't Go.
However, most of the sixteen songs sound the same with very little trace of variety. That can be overlooked somewhat if you are dancing up a storm. However as musicians the band just does not distinguish itself outside of a few captivating rhythms. The songs are good but the lyrics are oh so basic.
Yes, KC and the Sunshine Band is good if you want to go party and disco dancing. But somehow there are many bands of varying styles that will rank ahead of these guys when people remember the seventies. Still, these tunes will add some sunshine to a funky party.