Live at PJ's
|Live at PJ's|
|Live album by Kool and the Gang|
|Recorded||29 May 1971,
live at PJ's, Hollywood
|Genre||Funk, Soul jazz|
|Kool and the Gang chronology|
Live at PJ's is the third album released by the funk band Kool and the Gang. The album was released in 1971, recorded at a local club. The band's huge commercial success would not come until a few albums later.
|1.||"N.T."||Gene Redd, Kool & the Gang||6:29|
|2.||"Ricksonata"||Kool & the Gang||5:39|
|3.||"Sombrero Sam"||Charles Lloyd||6:42|
|4.||"Ronnie's Groove"||Redd, Kool & the Gang||2:57|
|1.||"Ike's Mood"||Isaac Hayes, Barry Mann||5:01|
|2.||"You've Lost That Loving Feeling"||Cynthia Weil, Phil Spector||4:59|
|3.||"Lucky for Me"||Charles Smith||3:02|
The track "N.T." (short for "No Title") was replaced with "The Penguin" on the UK LP.
In popular culture
- The Beastie Boys included a song titled Live at PJ's on their 1992 album Check Your Head. Other than the title, it is unrelated to Kool and the Gang.
- The Song "N.T." is a song frequently sampled by hip hop producers (Kool G Rap's "Truly Yours", Nas's "It Ain't Hard To Tell, A Tribe Called Quest's "Mind Power", etc.)
- Bush, John. "Kool & the Gang: Live at P.J.'s > Review" at AllMusic. Retrieved 27 October 2011.
- Kool & the Gang – Live at P.J.'s at Discogs
- Kool & the Gang – Live at P.J.'s (CD) at Discogs
- "Kool and the Gang: Live at P.J.'s". Search results for "Live at PJ's". the-breaks.com. Section 1. Soul. Retrieved 27 October 2011.
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