is a Go Go Swing Live live album recorded and released in 1986 by the Washington, D.C.-based go-go band Chuck Brown & the Soul Searchers.   The album was recorded at the Crystal Skate (in  Temple Hills, Maryland) and at the RSVP (a defunct nightclub in Washington, D.C.) 
The album consists of go-go renditions of classic
jazz and swing songs performed with a go-go beat. The album is especially known for remakes of the calypso song "Run Joe", and the swing songs "Stormy Monday" and "It Don't Mean a Thing". The album was ranked #1 as the "Best Album Recorded in D.C." by DCist.
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^ Hamilton, Andrew.
Chuck Brown & the Soul Searchers: at Go Go Swing Live > Review AllMusic. Retrieved 10 August 2016.
"Chuck Brown Album Releases & Reviews". ARTISTdirect . Retrieved . 3 November 2016
Graff, Gary; Freedom du Lac, Josh; McFarlin, Jim (1998). " A-Z Guide to R&B Acts: Chuck Brown & the Soul Searchers". In Terrell, Tom (ed.). (1st ed.). musicHound R&B: The Essential Album Guide Detroit: Visible Ink Press. p. 78. ISBN . 1-57859-026-4
Thompson, Dave (2001). "Part Four: The New School". (1st ed.). Funk: Third Ear - The Essential Listening Companion San Francisco: BackBeat Books. pp. 297–299. ISBN . 0-87930-629-7
Lornell, Kip; Stephenson, Jr., Charles C. (2001). . The Beat: Go-Go's Fusion of Funk and Hip-Hop Billboard Books. p. 252. ISBN . 0-8230-7727-6
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Nnamdi, Kojo (February 14, 2014). "From Go-Go's Heyday to Today: One Musician's Love Affair With D.C. Music". The Kojo Nnamdi Show. WAMU . Retrieved . 2 December 2016
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Gopal, Sriram (August 4, 2016). "11 Of The Best Albums Recorded in the D.C. Area". DCist. Archived from the original on 15 November 2016 . Retrieved . 26 November 2016
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