|Single by Alive N Kickin'|
|from the album Alive N Kickin|
|Label||Roulette Records 7078|
|Songwriter(s)||Bob King, Tommy James|
|Producer(s)||Bob King, Tommy James|
|Alive N Kickin' singles chronology|
"Tighter, Tighter" is a song written by Bob King and Tommy James. Alive N Kickin' recorded it for their 1970 album, Alive N Kickin.The tune was also produced by King and James. It reached #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 in August 1970. In Canada, the song peaked at #5.
James released a version of the song in 1976 as a single, but it did not chart.
Alive N Kickin’ is a Brooklyn band, led by singers Pepe Cardona and Sandy Toder, known mainly for their 1970 hit single "Tighter, Tighter" which reached number seven on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.
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"Montego Bay" is a song co-written and performed by Bobby Bloom about the city in Jamaica of the same name. The song was a Top 10 hit for Bloom in the Fall of 1970 on both sides of the Atlantic. It reached #3 on the UK Singles Chart, #5 on the Canadian RPM 100 Singles Chart, #7 on the Australian Go-Set Singles Chart and #8 on the US Billboard Hot 100. The song was co-written and produced by Jeff Barry. In the master tape of the song, Bloom breaks into a chorus of "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'" at the end of the recording, but the single version fades out before that. Apparently, that was done to avoid paying royalties for use of the Rodgers & Hammerstein song, though the full version does appear on the Bobby Bloom Album and has received frequent airplay. The song features a whistler, as well as Jamaican instruments to illustrate the section called "Montego Bay," in a Calypso genre.
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