KC Ten

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KC Ten
Studio album by KC and the Sunshine Band
Released December 28, 1983
Genre Pop
Length 40:28
Label Meca
Producer H. W. Casey, Robert Walker, Ron Taylor
KC and the Sunshine Band chronology
All in a Night's Work
(1982)
KC Ten
(1983)
The Best of KC and the Sunshine Band
(1990)

KC Ten is the tenth studio album by the funk and disco group KC and the Sunshine Band. The album was produced by Harry Wayne Casey, Robert Walker, and Ron Taylor and was released in December 1983 on the Meca label.

History[edit]

KC Ten was credited only to group lead vocalist KC. The album includes the hit song "Give It Up", which had also been on the previous album. The single reached the top twenty on the Billboard Hot 100 and became their first and only #1 single on the UK Singles Chart. The band disbanded after this album was released; ten years would pass before the band was reformed.

Track listing[edit]

Side one
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Give It Up"   Harry Wayne Casey, Deborah Carter 4:03
2. "Are You Ready?"   Casey, Richard Finch 3:03
3. "On the Top"   Casey, Joseph Simmel, Robert Walker 3:42
4. "Don't Break My Heart"   Casey, Hazel King 2:45
5. "Nobody Knows"   Casey 3:39
Side two
No. Title Writer(s) Length
6. "Too High"   Casey, Walker 2:58
7. "Don't Let Go"   Casey 4:36
8. "In My World"   Casey 3:37
9. "Let's Get Together" (Duet with Margaret Reynolds) Casey, Phil Rodriguez, Carter 3:26
10. "Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)"   Sylvester Stewart 4:34

Personnel[edit]

  • Harry Wayne Caseykeyboards, vocal
  • Emeridge Jones – keyboards
  • Ellis Parker Jr. – keyboards
  • Ron Taylor – keyboards
  • James Magnole – guitar
  • Jerome Smith – guitar
  • George Terry – guitar
  • Steve Argy – bass guitar
  • Gary King – bass guitar
  • Joe Galdo - drums
  • Fermin Goytisolo – percussion
  • Phil Rodriguez – percussion
  • Ricky Webb – percussion
  • Ken Faulk – trumpet
  • Eugene Timmons – saxophone
  • Deborah Carter – background vocals
  • Denise King – background vocals
  • Margaret Reynolds – background vocals
  • Jeanette Williams – background vocals
  • Betty Wright – background vocals

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