T-Connection was one particular groups through the late ’70s and early ’80s that blurred the range between funk and disco. Unlike practically all of the peers, these were through the Bahamas; led by vocalist, guitarist, and keyboardist Theophilus “T” Coakley, T-Connection’s regular membership was fleshed away by Kirkwood Coakley (bass, drums), David Mackey (guitars), and Anthony Blossoms (drums, percussion). Soon after the group’s 1975 inception, they made a decision to relocate to Miami, FL, and finished up putting your signature on with Dash, an offshoot of Miami’s T.K. Disco. The group’s affiliation with this label spawned four albums released between 1977-1979; “Perform EVERYTHING YOU Wanna Perform,” released in 1977, would end up being the most popular focus on of their profession, reaching number 1 on Billboard’s Disco Singles graph and in addition registering at quantity 15 for the R&B graph. Once their period with T.K. was up, they authorized with Capitol and going north to NY. Four even more albums steeped in synthesized funk adopted for the group until they opted to avoid (the title monitor from 1981’s Everything Can be Great peaked at quantity 15 for the R&B graph). Several retrospectives have strike record-store shelves since that time; Classic Experts, released in 2002 by Capitol, may be the greatest of the number.
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