T-Connection, formed in 1975, were a Funk/Disco group who hailed from reportedly one of the funkiest places on the planet, Nassau, in the Bahamas. Looking to further their chances of success the group leader, Theophilus "T” Coakley (vocals, guitar and keyboards) persuaded the other members of the group, his brother Kirkwood Coakley (bass, drums), David Mackey (guitars) and Anthony Flowers (drums, percussion) to take the short flight to Miami, Florida shortly after the birth of the group. Shortly after arriving T-Connection signed with dash Records, an off-shoot of the very successful Miami based T.K. Disco imprint.
was a funk and disco group from , , who scored two hits on the between 1977 and 1979. They did better on the chart, where they had five Top 10 hits, including , which reached #1, and , which peaked at #15 on the chart. In the , they posted five entries in the , with their highest placed success at #11.
13 tracks celebrating the disco kings and queens, who the faith with the funk. A super midline collection that relies heavily on the archives of Miami's TK Records, one of hotspots of the Disco Era. Features Tracks from K.C. & The Sunshine Band, Queen Samantha, T-Connection, Peter Brown, Jimmy Bo Horne, Ted Taylor, Paul Lewis, Universal Energy and Johnny Harris.
Give it a chance!
Why? Because this is a good US 80's reissue and is remarkable the sound. You can hear the instrument separation, Elton's clear voice (I listen minimal details.) For you understand me, listen "Come Down In Time", "Love Song", "My Father's Gun" as an example.
You don't miss this edition. If you want to compare with another pressings/rips… Go ahead!