February 14, 2015

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The Jimmy Castor Bunch - King Kong (part I) b/w King Kong (part II) (1975) - single

Jimmy Castor was an American pop and funk musician. He is best known as a fun disco/funk saxophonist. In 1975 he released the album "Supersound" as The Jimmy Castor Bunch. Once again depicting Jimmy as a cartoon superhero on its cover. Keeping to the ever-popular jungle theme, the first single was the fabulous "King Kong" (although it refers to Kong by Tonto's nickname for the Lone Ranger, "Kemo Sabe," and kicks off with a Chinese gong!). It reached # 5 in the Dutch Top-40 in 1976.

A - King Kong (Part I)  (3:17)
Written-By:  J. Castor, J. Pruitt / Producer – Castor-Pruitt Productions
B - King Kong (Part II)  (2:45)
Written-By:  J. Castor, J. Pruitt / Producer – Castor-Pruitt Productions

Label:  Atlantic Records
Genre:  Funk, Soul
Catalog#  ATL 10675

(P) 1975
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