- Performer:The Fatback Band
- Title:Keep on Steppin'
- Date of release:1974
- Recording location:Blue Rock Studio
- Size FLAC version1697 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1507 megabytes
- Size WMA version1989 megabytes
- Formats:DMF MOD AHX APE AUD VOC
The Fatback Band - 1974 – Keep On Steppin’. The Fatback Band’s career started in the early 70s and lasted well into the late 80s. While they enjoyed a modicum of success, it was never on the same level as similar party funk bands like Kool and the Gang. Their first four albums are touted by funk lovers as essential classics including this one from 1974. It gets an honorable mention over the others thanks to the ultimate dance floor butt wiggler Wicky Wacky
Tracklist: 1. Mr. Bass Man, 2. Stuff, 3. New York Style, 4. Love, 5. Can’t Fight The Flame, 6. Wicki Wacky, 7. Feeling, 8. Keep On Steppin’, 9. Breaking Up Is Hard To D. 9. Breaking Up Is Hard To Do. More albums from The Fatback Band: Let’s Do It Again by The Fatback Band. With Love by The Fatback Band. Gigolo by The Fatback Band. 14 Karat by The Fatback Band. Live by The Fatback Band.
Producer – The Fatback Band. Tenor Saxophone, Vocals – Earl Shelton. Trumpet, Organ – Gerry Thomas. Trumpet, Vocals – George Williams. Keep On Steppin' (LP, Album). Event Records In. Event Records Inc. EV 6902, EV-6902. 2391 143. The Fatback Band.
Album: Keep On Steppin', 2008. Keep On Steppin' from the 1974 Fatback Band album of the same name. Has been played on. Australia 3. Urban Movement Radio.
Watch the video for Keep on Steppin' from Fatback Band's 21 Karat Fatback : Best Of for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Most popular in the 1970s and 1980s, The Fatback Band is most known for their Top Ten R&B hits, "(Do The) Spanish Hustle", "I Like Girls", "Gotta Get My Hands on Some (Money)", and "Backstrokin'". Their 1979 single "King Tim III (Personality Jock)" is sometimes considered the first hip hop single. The Fatback Band (later, simply Fatback) is an American funk and disco band.
Listen to Keep On Steppin' by THE FATBACK BAND on Deezer. Main artist: The Fatback Band. Total duration:34 min. 01. Mister Bass Man.
There weren't any classic novelty tunes or great dance or message tracks; it was simply a functional album with decent horn charts, competent vocals and an occasionally interesting bassline or horn solo. It's among their least remembered and celebrated albums. 1 Mister Bass Man The Fatback Band 3:22. 2 Stuff The Fatback Band 4:57. 3 New York Style The Fatback Band 5:20. 4 Love The Fatback Band 3:38. 5 Can't Stop the Flame The Fatback Band 3:6. 6 Wicky Wacky The Fatback Band 3:15. 7 Feeling The Fatback Band 2:50
CreditsGeorge Adams - Flute, Sax (Tenor)
Richard Cromwell - Composer
B. Curtis - Composer
Bill Curtis - Arranger, Composer, Drums, Percussion
Duncan ? - Post Producer
The Fatback Band - Primary Artist, Producer
J. Flippin - Composer
Johnny Flippin - Bass, Composer, Percussion
Douglas Gibson - Composer
J King - Composer
Johnny King - Arranger, Guitar, Guitar (Rhythm)
Eddie Korvin - Engineer
Ted Pettus - Cover Design
Jan Rathburn - Engineer
Earl Shelton - Sax (Tenor), Vocals
Gerry Thomas - Arranger, Composer, Organ, Trumpet
G. Williams - Composer
George Williams - Trumpet, Vocals
|1||Mister Bass Man Gerry Thomas||The Fatback Band||3:22|
|2||Stuff Richard Cromwell / B. Curtis / J. Flippin / J King / G. Williams||The Fatback Band||5:01|
|3||New York Style B. Curtis||The Fatback Band||5:25|
|4||Love Douglas Gibson / Gerry Thomas||The Fatback Band||3:41|
|5||Can't Stop the Flame||The Fatback Band||3:09|
|6||Wicky Wacky Bill Curtis / Johnny Flippin||The Fatback Band||3:18|
|7||Feeling Gerry Thomas||The Fatback Band||2:53|
|8||Keep on Stepping Richard Cromwell / J. Flippin / J King / G. Williams||The Fatback Band||4:19|
|9||Breaking Up with Someone You Love Is Hard to Do Douglas Gibson / Gerry Thomas||The Fatback Band||3:36|