℗ 2020 UMG Recordings; A Mercury Records Release
 

Gap Band V - Jammin'

The Gap Band

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1.1
Introduction - Where Are We Going
The Gap Band
1:35
1.2
Shake A Leg
The Gap Band
3:58
1.3
I'm Ready (If You're Ready)
The Gap Band
5:12
1.4
You're My Everything
The Gap Band
4:12
1.5
Jammin' In America
The Gap Band
4:58
1.6
Smile
The Gap Band; Gene Page
3:01
1.7
Party Train
The Gap Band
5:47
1.8
Jam The Motha'
The Gap Band
4:16
1.9
I Expect More
The Gap Band
3:54
1.10
You're Something Special
The Gap Band
5:20
1.11
Someday
The Gap Band; Stevie Wonder
4:35
Total Playing Time    46:48
Gap Band V - Jammin' is the seventh album (contrary to the title) by The Gap Band, released in 1983 on Total Experience Records. With the exception of "Party Train" and "Smile" (which were co-produced by label owner Lonnie Simmons), the album was produced by oldest brother Ronnie Wilson. To date, this is the Gap Band's last gold album.
192 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Mercury Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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