Klymaxx - Multi-Purpose Girls Full Album
Title: Multi-Purpose Girls
Style: Funk, Disco
Date of release: 1983
Catalog number: ED 4929
Size MP3: 1967 mb
Size FLAC: 1411 mb
|1||Multi-Purpose Girls (LP Version)||6:18|
|2||Multi-Purpose Girls (Long Instrumental Version)||6:19|
|7-69802||Klymaxx||Multi-Purpose Girls (7", Single)||Solar||7-69802||US||1983|
|7-69802||Klymaxx||Multi-Purpose Girls (7", Promo)||Solar||7-69802||US||1983|
- Co-producer – Bernadette Cooper
- Producer – Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis
From the Solar LP 60282 "Girls In The Band"
(p) 1983 Solar Records Inc.
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Manufactured By – Elektra/Asylum Records
- Distributed By – Elektra/Asylum Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Solar Records, Inc.
This was going to be on their album Girls In The Band 1983, which remains unreleased. Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. This is a rare 12 of the song. Multi-Purpose Girls written by group member, Bernadette - was the only single released from the album. Klymaxx was created and formed in 1979 by Bernadette Cooper producerdrummervocals the other original members included Lorena Porter Shelby lead vocals, Cheryl Cooley guitar, Robbin Grider keyboards and Lynn Malsby keyboards. Joyce Fenderella Irby bassvocalsproducer joined the band later, before the recording of their debut album. The women developed their core sound in rehearsal, and continued with Cooper becoming the band's figurehead. Their debut album Never Underestimate the Power of a Woman was released in 1981, and their second album was Girls Will Be Gir. Multi-Purpose Girl. Girls in the Band. Multi-Purpose Girls is a one-off single released by female funk band Klymaxx in 1983. The song, an early production by future superproducers Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, was intended to be from a third Klymaxx album called Girls In The Band, but record label troubles at Solar Records stalled the development and release of that project. The track is daring for Klymaxx, and finds them dabbling in what might now be called afro futurism, mixing the new wave sounds of the 80s with Klymaxxs funk sound. The Parliament-like loose structure with plenty of comedic asides is typical of writer Bernadet. Klymaxx is the fourth studio album by Klymaxx, released in 1986 see 1986 in music. Klymaxx gained airplay on MTV, VH1 and BET with the release of their single Man Size Love. The song reached 43 on the R&B chart, 15 on the Billboard Hot 100, and 18 on the Billboard Dance Chart. The second single Sexy would become a moderate hit single. The song reached 18 on the R&B chart. Multi-Purpose Girls from Klymaxx 1983 7inch, Vinyl. And other albums from Klymaxx are available on sale at Recordsale. The scan of the offered item is from us, but may not describe the actual product. The condition of the product results from the information in the product description, especially the classification according to the Goldmine Grading. Multi-Purpose Girls. items in stock. After their next self-titled album, Bernadette Cooper and Joyce Irby left the band to pursue solo careers, with both producing other artists Cooper created the Klymaxx-like vocal group Madame X and releasing solo albums. After Lynn Malsby also left, the remaining members released one more album in 1990 as a trio, The Maxx Is Back. The group dissolved soon after, but most of the original members reunited in the mid-90's to record the album One Day. The Best of Klymaxx - Cheryl Cooley, Klymaxx. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Klymaxx released the Single Multi - Purpose Girls in the year 1983 on record label SOLAR ELEKTRAASYLUMNONESUCH Records. Records All information of this Soul or Funk track Like fragments, covers, tracks. Klymaxx - Multi Purpose Girl 12 Rare. Klymaxx Multi Purpose Girls Long Instrumental Version 1983. Klymaxx - Multi Purpose Girls 12 Single. Klymaxx multi-purpose Girls instrumental solar 1983. Klymaxx - Multi Purpose Girl. Disclaimer: It is possible that the clips shown aren't related with this page due to automatic selection. Just better. Klymaxx is an American all-female band created, formed, and then given their name by drummer, singer Bernadette Cooper. Klymaxx's uniqueness is due to the all-girl band's ability to play instruments, and their sound, influential mainly because of Coopers comedic presence and their women-power themed music. The Men All Pause