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Cool Jerk - Various - This Is The Modern World (CD)

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  1. "Cool Jerk" is a song written by Donald Storball and originally performed by The Capitols. Released in , it reached No. 2 on the American Rhythm & Blues Singles chart, No. 7 on the Billboard Hot and No. 9 on the Canadian Singles Chart. The backing track for this song was actually recorded (secretly) by the Motown house band The Funk Brothers, and arranged by .
  2. Jun 13,  · In today's video, we dig deeper than the Cool Jerk, and see what else the Capitols were able to do! I think this is a great album, and so much fun to listen to.
  3. It put the Capitals, led by Samuel George, on the map. The release was their second single and a big step up from their debut four years prior, the non-charting "Dog and Cat" (Karen Records/). They disbanded after "Dog and Cat" failed, but reunited as a trio consisting of Norman (guitar), George, and McDougall (keyboards) for "Cool Jerk.".
  4. referencing This Is The Modern World, LP, Album, RE, Have the same Polydor ‎– - France - with the same notes: ℗ Polydor Ltd. UK Fabriqué en France and the Inner sheet with images and lyrics BUT with different printer and credits on back sleeve.
  5. This Is the Modern World () Retail CD. See Also: Music Videos. Lyrics. Torrent. Raid-Rush. Tracks # Info: Category: Music > Collections Case Type: CD Release Type: Retail Comments: 1 read add. Cover Info.
  6. Jan 27,  · The Capitols - "Cool Jerk" (b/w "Hello Stranger") (Donald Storball) Karen single (CD audio source) Peaked at number 7 on the Billboard Hot and number 2 on the Hot R&B Singles chart, as.
  7. This was in They put out their first single in , Dog & Cat b/w The Kick (both on this album). It went nowhere and discouraged, they disbanded. In Storball wrote Cool Jerk. The Jerk had been around for a while in many forms/5(4).
  8. Storball wrote Cool Jerk and the reformed trio auditioned it for Ollie, who produced the sleek and slinky dance workout at Golden World Studios with guitarist Eddie Willis and pianist Johnny Griffith of Motown's house band, The Funk Brothers, moonlighting on the session. Baritone saxist Mike Terry, a Motown fixture, was also there, while future.
  9. The first twelve tracks on the CD are just as released on the original LP released in the UK. The rest are mainly 'padding', a few well known songs but the rest from unknown (to me) artistes The sound reproduction is excellent. Buy this CD for the first twelve tracks alone to /5(15).

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