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Keep On Jumpin'

LP (Item 45310) Prelude, 1978 — Condition: Used
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A super-huge hit for Musique – quite a soulful group of singers, despite the strange and cheesy cover of the album – which makes them look like a bunch of roller disco porn stars caught in the studio! The group actually features great vocals by a young Jocelyn Brown, and the record's made even better by production and arrangements from Patrick Adams – working at the height of his disco powers on the set! The biggest hit here is the group's classic "In The Bush", one of the sillier songs of the late 70s club scene – but with a hook that's still pretty darn infectious! Other tracks include "Summer Love", and "Keep On Jumpin".  © 1996-2016, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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