Gap Band V- Jammin' is the seventh album (contrary to the title) by The Gap Band, released in 1983 on Total Experience Records. The album was reissued on CD in 1997 by Mercury Records. In 2009 the album was remastered by PTG Records including "Party Train" (Special Dance Mix). The album reached on the Black Albums chart and on the Pop Albums chart. The album produced the singles "Party Train" ( R&B) and "Jam the Motha'" ( R&B).
Recorded an mixed at Total Experience Recording Studios, Hollywood Mastered at A&M Mastering Studios. This album is dedicated to Bill Haywood. LP housed in lyric/photo sleeve. Other (Plant ID): 56. Other Versions (5 of 18) View All. Cat.
The Gap Band had given themselves some big shoes to fill in the wake of their 1982 The Gap Band IV LP. It had, of course, spawned "You Dropped a Bomb on Me" - one of the defining songs of the decade and indeed of the contemporary funk genre. But with aplomb and finesse, the band returned the next year with The Gap Band V: Jammin' and only just missed its predecessor's number one chart position. From the opening instrumental "Where Are We Going," The Gap Band V: Jammin' is a slick, smooth set dominated by some archetypal Gap Band classics.
Even though the Gap Band and Yarbrough & Peoples still had high charting records through the mid-80s, Lonnie signed a plethora of new acts in 1984-85 and two established acts, Switch and Billy Paul. 8. Party Train – Party Train is a 1983 song by The Gap Band, released on their seventh album, Gap Band V, Jammin. It peaked at on the R&B charts, the original release had Im Ready on the A-side and Party Train on the B-side. Later, Party Train was placed on the A-side, and a dance mix was placed on the B-side.
Gap Band v - Jammin' (1983). Album by The Gap Band. was sampled in. Who Do U Love (Original Version) by 2Pac feat.
Album Gap Band V: Jammin'. Jam the Motha' Lyrics. jammin', yeah, jammin' the motha'). Jam in the motha' Jam Jam Jam in the motha' Jam In the motha', yeah Jam in the motha', jam Oh, sing! We gotta turn this motha' out Yeah, you sure did!
Gap Band V Jammin' is an album by The Gap Band, released in 1983 (see 1983 in music) on Total Experience Records. The album was reissued on CD by Mercury Records, Total Experience's distributor at the time. Contrary to the title, the album is actually the Gap Band's seventh album. The album produced the singles "Party Train" ( R&B) and "Jam the Motha'" ( R&B)
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|A1||Introduction - Where Are We Going
Written-By – Oliver Scott
|A2||Shake A Leg
Written-By – Charlie Wilson, Ronnie Wilson, Rudy Taylor
|A3||I'm Ready (If You're Ready)
Written-By – Charlie Wilson, Jimmy Hamilton , Maurice Hayes Nestor*
|A4||You're My Everything
Written-By – Ronnie Wilson
|A5||Jammin' In America
Written-By – Bernard Spears, Ronnie Wilson
Arranged By [Strings] – Gene PageProducer – Lonnie SimmonsWritten-By – Oliver Scott, Ronnie Wilson
Producer, Written-By – Lonnie SimmonsWritten-By – Charlie Wilson, Ronnie Wilson, Rudy Taylor
|B2||Jam The Motha'
Written-By – Charlie Wilson, Rudy TaylorWritten-By, Remix – Robert Wilson
|B3||I Expect More
Written-By – Fred Jenkins, Kenny Rich, Ronnie Wilson
|B4||You're Something Special
Written-By, Lead Vocals – Ronnie Wilson
Backing Vocals – Stevie WonderWritten-By – Ronnie Wilson, Billy Young*
- Arranged By [Horns], Backing Vocals, Keyboards, Percussion, Producer, Trumpet – Ronnie Wilson
- Arranged By [Horns], Saxophone – Rastine Calhoun
- Art Direction – Glen Christensen
- Backing Vocals – Andre Wilson, Baby Kenya Wilson, Bernard Spears, Brenda Lindsey, Brian Wilson , Dawn Silva, Luther Collins, Dino Vice*, Maxane Lewis*, Priscilla Wilson, Valerie Young*, Warnell Jones
- Backing Vocals, Bass, Guitar [Lead], Percussion – Robert Wilson
- Backing Vocals, Drums – Ronnie Kaufman
- Backing Vocals, Drums, Keyboards, Lead Vocals, Percussion – Charlie Wilson
- Backing Vocals, Drums, Percussion – Raymond Calhoun
- Backing Vocals, Engineer [Assistant] – Rudy Taylor
- Backing Vocals, Keyboards, Synthesizer, Trombone – Oliver Scott
- Drums – Russ McKinnon
- Engineer [Assistant] – Glen Weinrauch*, Mark Smith
- Executive-Producer – Lonnie Simmons
- Guitar – Glenn Nightingale, Jimi Macon*, Jimmy Corona
- Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Fred Jenkins
- Harmonica – Stevie Wonder
- Keyboards, Piano [Acoustic], Synthesizer – Billy Young*
- Mastered By – Bob Carbone
- Percussion – Anthony "Baby Gap" Walker*, Shondu Akiem*
- Photography By – Bobby Holland
- Recorded By – Jack Rouben, Jim Stader
- Recorded By, Remix – Mike Evans*
- Synthesizer – Louie Cabaza*
- Technician – Barry Steinpress, Kenny Rich
- Trombone – Fred Wesley
- Trumpet – Arthur Manley, Kenny Scott*
- Typography [Lettering] – Mac James
NotesRecorded an mixed at Total Experience Recording Studios, Hollywood
Mastered at A&M Mastering Studios
This album is dedicated to Bill Haywood
LP housed in lyric/photo sleeve.
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- Other (Int'l Number): 812 186-1
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|812 186-1||Gap Band*||Gap Band V - Jammin' (LP, Album)||Total Experience Records||812 186-1||France||1983|
|25PP-95||The Gap Band||Gap Band V - Jammin' (LP, Album)||Total Experience Records||25PP-95||Japan||1983|
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|812 186-2||The Gap Band||Gap Band V - Jammin' (CD, Album, RE)||Mercury||812 186-2||US||Unknown|