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  1. Kokomo / Rise and Shine (2-CD) Released in $ CD Sale. Add to Cart. Tracks of Disc 1; 1. Kitty Sittin' Pretty; 2. Anytime; 3. I'm Sorry Babe; 4. Forever; 5. It Ain't Cool (To Be Cool No More) 6. Feeling This Way; 7. Sweet Sugar Thing; 8. I Can Understand It; 9. Angel; Tracks of Disc 2; 1. Use Your Imagination; 2.
  2. British soul pioneers, Kokomo, built their reputation and loyal following with awesome live shows.A series of packed reunion gigs since proved that the band is grooving as well as ever. This led to the "Soul Summit", with old touring partners the Average White Band, that sold out the Royal Festival Hall in
  3. Shop Kokomo/Rise & Shine Original recording remastered, Import edition by Kokomo () Audio CD. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
  4. Formed in , this blue-eyed soul band was made up from the remnants of several British groups. Vocalists Dyan Birch, Paddie McHugh and Frank Collins were ex members of Arrival, a superior pop harmony band, while Neil Hubbard (guitar) and Alan Spenner (bass) had previously worked with Joe Cocker's Grease Band.
  5. Sep 11,  · With only "Rise and Shine" breaking the five-minute barrier, the album does err on the side of concise caution -- live, Kokomo were capable of some truly gargantuan grooves, and it would have been rewarding to catch a couple on vinyl. But still it is a pulse-pounding package, plus it packs one of the most appropriate sleeves of the era.
  6. Kokomo/Rise And Shine!, a Compilation of songs by Kokomo. Released 19 October on BGO (catalog no. BGOCD; CD).
  7. Kokomo / Rise and Shine (2-CD) - CD () for $ from granuctykhasuransespteglanetiro.coinfo Pop / Rock - Order by Phone Price: $
  8. Imagination" which is a well written song, performed in a lively way, as is the rousing title track "Rise and Shine" a call for all people all over the world to wake up to injustice. Kokomo were a great instrumental band, and the singers were.

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