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The Bump - Commodores - Caught In The Act (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Oct 07,  · Last updated on Oct 7, Caught in the Act is the second studio album by Commodores, released in Stylistically, this is a funk/R&B album and differs from the softer pop sound for which the.
  2. "Caught In The Act" still qualify as "The Commodores" at their funky best! Yes, before they caught the Pop bug, they were a pure funk band. Songs like "Slippery When Wet", "The Bump" and "Look What You've Done To Me" (I have this one on 45 with its popin' and static!)proves that the group could get down with some of the top funk bands at that time/5(9).
  3. Commodores ‎– Caught In The Act Label:Tamla Motown ‎– SWX Format:Vinyl, LP, Album Country:Japan Released Genre:Jazz, Funk / Soul Style:Funk, Rhythm & Blues, Soul Tracklist A1 Wide Open A2 Slippery When Wet A3 The Bump A4 I'm Ready A5 This Is Your Life B1 Let's Do It Right B2 Better Never Than Forever B3 Look What You've Done To Me.
  4. Artist Commodores. Title Caught In The Act. 1 x Vinyl, LP, Album. A nearly perfect record. A NM- record has more than likely never been played, and the vinyl will .
  5. Album Description. The sophomore slump wasn't a problem for the Commodores. The band's first album, Machine Gun, was quite promising, but its sophomore album, Caught in the Act, is even stronger. This superb LP, which the Commodores produced and arranged with James Carmichael, is more diverse than its mostly up-tempo predecessor.
  6. One of the best Commodores CD's out there. Released in '75 before Lionel Richie started to dominate their releases. Contains funk and soul classics The Bump, Slippery When Wet! and the ballad This Is Your Life. This and the album Movin' On, released the same year, are worth buying/5(30).
  7. The sophomore slump wasn't a problem for the Commodores. The band's first album, Machine Gun, was quite promising, but its sophomore album, Caught in the Act, is even stronger. This superb LP, which the Commodores produced and arranged with James Carmichael, is more diverse than its mostly up-tempo predecessor.9/
  8. They discovered the Commodores, a sextet straight out of the Dirty South (Tuskegee, Alabama) in a New York City nightclub, and they found their answer. As the opening act for the label's hottest group, the Jackson 5, they got their experience playing in front of stadiums full of thousands of people and soon earned their shot at a recording /5(29).

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