Gap Band VI is the eighth album (contrary to the title) by The Gap Band, released in 1984 on Total Experience Records. It was originally intended to be lead singer Charlie Wilson's first solo album, and the first Gap Band album released under Total Experience's new distribution deal with RCA Records. The album reached on the Black Albums chart for 2 weeks in March 1985. In October 29, 2012 the remastered and expanded album including 5 bonus tracks was released by Big Break Records.
As the Gap Band's star power rose, they continued to dominate the R&B charts, even when their material didn't necessarily earn that honor. This is certainly the case with their 1984 LP, Gap Band VI, which patters across a set that is surely slick, and wonderfully sophisticated at times, but ultimately lacks the punch and fire listeners had come to expect from their earlier material.
Songs in album The Gap Band - The Best Of The Gap Band (1994). 1. Early In The Morning. The Boys Are Back In Town. KC & the Sunshine Band.
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The Sun Don't Shine Everyday (Instrumental Interlude 1), 01:09. The Sun Don't Shine Everyday (Instrumental Interlude 2), 00:40. I Found My Baby, 04:48. Don't You Leave Me, 04:52.