Kokomo | Kokomo (Live At the Venue '81)

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Kokomo (Live At the Venue '81)

by Kokomo

Soul Pioneers Kokomo give a rare live performance at The Venue, London UK, recorded in 1981
Genre: Urban/R&B: Funk
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1. Third Time Around
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2. Yes We Can Can
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3. Tee Time
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4. Everyday
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5. Anytime
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6. With Everything I Feel in Me
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7. My Best Was Good Enough
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8. Darling Be Home Soon
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9. Do the Best I Can
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10. Use Your Imagination
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11. I Can Understand It
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Hello Good Friends of Kokomo!

This album was resurrected and cleaned up essentially for the friends & fans of Kokomo to coincide with a handful of dates the band are playing at the end of August, 2014.

The quality of the recording cannot possibly compare with today's modern cleanliness, but the spirit of the band certainly shines through, especially that of the late, great Alan Spenner on bass, who passed away in 1991.

Alan was a natural, a rough diamond, a funkateer, a great wit, a soul brother and of course, a wonderful musician, who just knew where to place those important notes. So, this album is also a tribute to Spen's memory.

Despite the hiss of the tape, the drop-outs, the erratic balance and the cock-ups, the surviving members of the band truly hope you enjoy the groove on this old recording, and we look forward to seeing you at one of the forthcoming shows...

Keep it funky!

Tony
released 13 August 2014
Frank Collins vocals
Paddie McHugh - vocals
Dyan Birch - vocals
Alan Spenner - bass & lead vocal
Jim Mullen - guitar
Mel Collins - sax
Glen Le Fleur - drums
Mackie Subero - congas
Tony O'Malley - piano & lead vocal

Edited by Tony O'Malley
Cleaned up by Chris Lewis
Recorded by John L Parkes (Zig)
at The Venue, Victoria, London, 1981


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