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Youre Something Special - The Gap Band - Gap Band V - Jammin (CD, Album)

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  1. GAP BAND V – JAMMIN’, released in , reached #1 R&B and #28 Pop and was certified Gold. • The first US single released from this album was the fresh, festive, funky dance floor work out, ‘Party Train,’ which reached #3 R&B and # Pop, with its infectious groove and call to “ get on board.”.
  2. Gap Band V- Jammin' is the seventh album by The Gap Band, released in on Total Experience Records. The album was reissued on CD in by Mercury Records. In .
  3. The group scored many notable hits in the late 's and early 's before releasing this, GAP BAND V: JAMMIN', hot on the heels of their most successful album, GAP BAND IV. This album reached #1 R&B and #28 Pop and was certified Gold. Essential listening for all R&B, Soul, Funk and Disco fans/5(12).
  4. Song information for You're Something Special - The Gap Band on AllMusic. Song information for You're Something Special - The Gap Band on AllMusic The Gap Band. Gap Band V: Jammin.
  5. The Gap Band was a funk and soul group, the three-piece being known for hits such as "Outstanding" and "You Dropped a Bomb on Me".Their first major hit was a snazzy rnb tune called "Shake".Just prior to the completion of their first major album, bringing them under the wing of Mercury, musician Charlie Wilson ran the song by his brothers Robert and Ronnie, thinking that they might ridicule the.
  6. Gap Band V- Jammin' is the seventh album by The Gap Band, released in on Total Experience Records. The album was reissued on CD in by Mercury Records. In the album was remastered by PTG Records including "Party Train". The album reached #2 on the Black Albums chart and #28 on the Pop Albums chart.
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  8. But with aplomb and finesse, the band returned the next year with The Gap Band V: Jammin' and only just missed its predecessor's number one chart position. From the opening instrumental "Where Are We Going," The Gap Band V: Jammin' is a slick, smooth set dominated by some archetypal Gap Band 6/

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