Oliver C. Brown

Oliver C. Brown (sometimes credited as Oliver Brown) is an American percussionist.wikipedia
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KC and the Sunshine Band (album)

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Following this, he became one of the original members of KC and The Sunshine Band as they recorded their 1974 debut album Do It Good, followed by the album KC and the Sunshine Band which featured "Get Down Tonight" and "That's the Way (I Like It)", their first number one hits on the Billboard charts.

KC and the Sunshine Band

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Following this, he became one of the original members of KC and The Sunshine Band as they recorded their 1974 debut album Do It Good, followed by the album KC and the Sunshine Band which featured "Get Down Tonight" and "That's the Way (I Like It)", their first number one hits on the Billboard charts. Brown was one of the original members of KC & The Sunshine Band.

United States

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Oliver C. Brown (sometimes credited as Oliver Brown) is an American percussionist.

Natalie Cole

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For over 4 decades, Brown has played with well-known performers from Natalie Cole to Jermaine Jackson.

Jermaine Jackson

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For over 4 decades, Brown has played with well-known performers from Natalie Cole to Jermaine Jackson.

Florida

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Brown’s first big break came in Florida with TK Records as their in house percussionist.

TK Records

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Brown’s first big break came in Florida with TK Records as their in house percussionist.

Latimore (musician)

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He recorded and/or toured with most of their artists, including Benny Latimore, Little Beaver, Clarence Reid, Betty Wright, Gwen McCrae, and George McCrae.

Willie Hale

Little BeaverWillie "Little Beaver" Hale
He recorded and/or toured with most of their artists, including Benny Latimore, Little Beaver, Clarence Reid, Betty Wright, Gwen McCrae, and George McCrae.

Blowfly (musician)

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He recorded and/or toured with most of their artists, including Benny Latimore, Little Beaver, Clarence Reid, Betty Wright, Gwen McCrae, and George McCrae.

Betty Wright

He recorded and/or toured with most of their artists, including Benny Latimore, Little Beaver, Clarence Reid, Betty Wright, Gwen McCrae, and George McCrae.

Gwen McCrae

He recorded and/or toured with most of their artists, including Benny Latimore, Little Beaver, Clarence Reid, Betty Wright, Gwen McCrae, and George McCrae.

George McCrae

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He recorded and/or toured with most of their artists, including Benny Latimore, Little Beaver, Clarence Reid, Betty Wright, Gwen McCrae, and George McCrae.

Do It Good

Following this, he became one of the original members of KC and The Sunshine Band as they recorded their 1974 debut album Do It Good, followed by the album KC and the Sunshine Band which featured "Get Down Tonight" and "That's the Way (I Like It)", their first number one hits on the Billboard charts.

Get Down Tonight

Following this, he became one of the original members of KC and The Sunshine Band as they recorded their 1974 debut album Do It Good, followed by the album KC and the Sunshine Band which featured "Get Down Tonight" and "That's the Way (I Like It)", their first number one hits on the Billboard charts.

That's the Way (I Like It)

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Following this, he became one of the original members of KC and The Sunshine Band as they recorded their 1974 debut album Do It Good, followed by the album KC and the Sunshine Band which featured "Get Down Tonight" and "That's the Way (I Like It)", their first number one hits on the Billboard charts.

Billboard (magazine)

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Following this, he became one of the original members of KC and The Sunshine Band as they recorded their 1974 debut album Do It Good, followed by the album KC and the Sunshine Band which featured "Get Down Tonight" and "That's the Way (I Like It)", their first number one hits on the Billboard charts.

Los Angeles

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After moving to Los Angeles, California, Brown expanded his musical horizons with the aid of his brother, Eddie Brown of the famed folk duet of the sixties, Joe and Eddie.

California

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After moving to Los Angeles, California, Brown expanded his musical horizons with the aid of his brother, Eddie Brown of the famed folk duet of the sixties, Joe and Eddie.

Joe and Eddie

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After moving to Los Angeles, California, Brown expanded his musical horizons with the aid of his brother, Eddie Brown of the famed folk duet of the sixties, Joe and Eddie.

Gene McDaniels

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Eddie Brown arranged his first recording session in L.A. with Gene McDaniels who recorded the 1960s hit, "A Hundred Pounds of Clay".

A Hundred Pounds of Clay

One Hundred Pounds of Clay
Eddie Brown arranged his first recording session in L.A. with Gene McDaniels who recorded the 1960s hit, "A Hundred Pounds of Clay".

Nancy Wilson (jazz singer)

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Gene was producing Nancy Wilson at the time, so Eddie told Gene of Oliver Brown’s credits with KC and The Sunshine Band, who were then featured on the cover of Cashbox magazine.

Cashbox (magazine)

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Gene was producing Nancy Wilson at the time, so Eddie told Gene of Oliver Brown’s credits with KC and The Sunshine Band, who were then featured on the cover of Cashbox magazine.

George Duke

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Gene then invited Brown to the studio to meet him where to his surprise in the studio were sitting: George Duke on keyboards, Ron Carter on Bass, and Steve Gadd on drums.