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Soul Alive: Paterson Catholic High School dances to the music

RARE VIDEO: Here are  the opening minutes of the “Soul Alive” episode featuring Paterson Catholic High School and “Kool & the Gang”. We’ll have more from this and other episodes soon. 417 more words


Morning Song - Kool And The Gang

No, not the band, Kool and the Gang; the song, “Kool And The Gang”.  Everybody knows a band has to have its own song—to tell the band’s origin story, to introduce the band members when performing, to capture the essence of the band for its audience. 79 more words


Gladys Knight/Kool & the Gang in Concert

Gladys Knight/Kool & the Gang in Concert
Saturday, August 9, 2014
Hollywood Bowl

Songs performed: Fresh, Tonight, Misled, Too Hot, Funky Stuff, Jungle Boogie, Hollywood Swingin’, Cherish, Ladies’ Night, Get Down On It, Celebration (Kool & the Gang); Hard to Say I’m Sorry, Now That We Found Love/You Should Be Dancing, When I Was Your Man/If I Were Your Woman, The Way We Were, Love Overboard, Neither One of Us (Wants to Be the First to Say Goodbye), I’ve Got to Use My Imagination, The Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me, Midnight Train to Georgia, The End of the Road, Happy, I Heard It Through the Grapevine (Gladys Knight) 575 more words


Kool & The Gang's Robert "Kool" Bell Talks Upcoming Hollywood Bowl Shows

Since its formation in 1964, soul/funk group Kool & the Gang has sold over 70 million records worldwide, scored numerous top ten hits, won the GRAMMY award for Best Album in 1978, and just this year were named 2015 recipients for a star on the… 522 more words


The Greatest Hits Of 1985 (Telstar, 1985)

Telstar re-entered the compilation market in November 1985 with their round-up of the year’s greatest hits. They had previously released Chart Attack in 1982. The Greatest Hits Of 1985 features seven number ones . 653 more words

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Reactions the Gang had to Kool calling himself "Kool" and the rest of the band "the Gang"

In 1969, bass player Robert Bell informed his band that henceforth he would be known as “Kool”, while the band would be referred to as “the Gang”. 202 more words