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Too Hot To Handle

Heatwave (ヒートウェイヴ)

基本情報

ジャンル
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カタログNo
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EK34761
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
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オリジナル盤発売年
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1977
フォーマット
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CD
クレジット
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Eric Johns(Guitar),  Ernest Berger(Drums),  Ernest Berger(Percussion),  Johnnie Wilder Jr(Vocals),  Keith Wilder(Vocals),  Mario Mantese(Bass),  Mario Mantese(Guitar (Bass)),  Rod Temperton(Keyboards),  Roy Carter(Bass),  Roy Carter(Piano),  Barry Blue(Producer),  James Guthrie(Engineer),  Johnnie Wilder Jr(Conductor)

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Too Hot to Handle was the debut album from the soul/funk ensemble Heatwave, and it was well received by R&B and pop fans. Their initial release was the disco anthem Boogie Nights. From the suspenseful, interlude-like intro to the adamant vocal delivery, the single had a lasting effect on the charts. It peaked at numbers five and two on the Billboard R&B and pop charts, respectively. The ballad Always and Forever was and continues to be an ageless piece. Johnnie Wilder's vocal exhibition throughout the vamp is breathtaking. It peaked at number two on the Billboard R&B charts. These two releases were respectively certified platinum and gold singles. Heatwave did not waste any recording time. This album employs nothing but quality tracks. The moderately paced Ain't No Half Steppin' was received warmly by radio, and it remains a staple. While Rod Temperton was writing excellent songs, Johnnie Wilder's supreme vocals gave the songs their identity. ~ Craig Lytle, Rovi

収録曲   

  • 01. Too Hot to Handle (03:44)
  • 02. Boogie Nights (05:03)
  • 03. Ain't No Half Steppin' (05:12)
  • 04. Always and Forever (06:18)
  • 05. Super Soul Sister (03:56)
  • 06. All You Do Is Dial (04:12)
  • 07. Lay It on Me (03:19)
  • 08. Sho'nuff Must Be Luv (04:06)
  • 09. Beat Your Booty (03:02)

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Heatwave

Completely cosmopolitan with international grooves to spare, Heatwave emerged as one of the disco era's funkiest dance groups. American serviceman brothers Johnnie Wilder and his brother Keith Wilder were based in Germany when they first began performing, and upon their discharge from the Army, the duo stayed in that country. Both singers, the pair gigged in clubs and bars with an assortment of ba

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