Cool Heat (1983)

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1983 UK release

SIDE ONE:

  1.  “Garden Party” by Mezzoforte.  Taken from the 1982 album, Surprise Surprise.  Peaked at #17 on the UK singles charts in February 1983.
  2.  “Space Princess” by Lonnie Liston Smith.  Taken from the 1978 album, Exotic Mysteries.
  3.  “Brazilian Love Affair” by George Duke.  Taken from the 1980 album, A Brazilian Love AffairPeaked at #36 on the UK singles charts in July 1980.
  4.  “Jazz Carnival” by Azymuth. Taken from the 1979 album, Light as a FeatherPeaked at #19 on the UK singles charts in January 1980.
  5.  “Funkin’ for Jamaica (N.Y.)” by Tom Browne.  Taken from the 1980 album, Love ApproachPeaked at #10 on the UK singles charts in July 1980.
  6.  “Invitations” by Shakatak.  Taken from the 1982 album, InvitationsPeaked at #24 on the UK singles charts in September 1982.
  7.  “Let’s Stay Together” by Bobby M, vocals by Jean Carn.  Taken from the 1982 album, BlowPeaked at #53 on the UK singles charts in January 1983.
  8.  “I Thought It Was You” by Herbie Hancock.  Taken the from the 1978 album, Sunlight.  Peaked at #15 on the UK singles charts in August 1978.
  9.  “Stuff Like That” by Quincy Jones, vocals by Chaka Khan and Ashford & Simpson, saxophone solo by George Jones.  Taken from the 1978 album, Sounds…and Stuff Like That!!  Peaked at #34 on the UK singles charts in July 1978.  Peaked at #21 on the US singles charts in 1978.

SIDE TWO:

  1.  “Birdland” by Weather Report.  Taken from the 1977 album, Heavy Weather.
  2.  “Morning Dance” by Spyro Gyra.  Taken from the 1979 album, Morning Dance.  Peaked at #17 on the UK singles charts in July 1979.  Peaked at #24 on the US singles charts in 1979.
  3.  “Sign of the Times” by Bob James.  Taken from the 1981 album, Sign of the Times.
  4.  “The Groove” by Rodney Franklin.  Taken from the 1980 album, You’ll Never Know.  Peaked at #7 on the UK singles charts in April 1980.
  5.  “Together Again” by Stanley Clarke.  Taken from the 1979 album, I Wanna Play for You.
  6.  “The Chinese Way” by Level 42.  Taken from the 1982 album, The Pursuit of AccidentsPeaked at #24 on the UK singles charts in January 1983.
  7.  “Stomp!” by Brothers Johnson. Taken from the 1980 album, Light Up the Night, produced by Quincy Jones.  Peaked at #6 on the UK singles charts in February 1980.  Peaked at #7 on the US singles charts in 1980.
  8.  “What’s Going On?” by Harvey Mason, vocals and guitar by George Benson. Taken from the 1977 album, Funk in a Mason Jar.
  9.  “Rockall” by Mezzoforte.  1983 single-only release.  Peaked at #75 on the UK singles charts in June 1983.
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One thought on “Cool Heat (1983)

  1. A k-tel album on a jazz site? Wonders never cease.

    And it is a great collection, I have been enjoying it immensely. Wish there were more like it.

    Like

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