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A W B - Cut The Cake FLAC

A W B - Cut The Cake FLAC
Cut The Cake
FLAC size:
2070 mb
MP3 size:
1281 mb
WMA size:
1239 mb


1Cut The Cake (Stereo Version)3:34
2Cut The Cake (Mono Version)3:34


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
45-3261AWB Cut The Cake ‎(7", Single)Atlantic45-3261US1975
K 10605Average White Band Cut The Cake ‎(7")AtlanticK 10605UK1975
AT 3261Average White Band Cut The Cake ‎(7", Single)AtlanticAT 3261Canada1975
P-1388AAWB Cut The Cake ‎(7", Single)AtlanticP-1388AJapan1975
ATL 3261Average White Band Cut The Cake / Person To Person ‎(7")AtlanticATL 3261Peru1975


  • ProducerArif Mardin
  • Written-ByAlan Gorrie, Average White Band, Robbie McIntosh


Producer/Writers credits taken from the LP. No credits on this issue.


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched Runout): A-30470-10 AT
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA Etched Runout): ST-A-30470-9 AT
  • Rights Society: BMI


  • Record Company – Warner Communications



Cut the Cake is the third album released by Average White Band, released in 1975. This album's hit title track reached 10 on the Billboard pop singles chart. The follow-up album to the immensely successful AWB in 1974, recording was plagued by creative and artistic differences, with several members of the band walking out of the studio on three occasions. One point of conflict was the band's mourning for original drummer, Robbie McIntosh, who died of a heroin overdose in 1974. Producer Arif Mardin. Album 1975 10 Songs. Let's Go Round Again - The Best of AWB. You May Also Like. Rare what , You know you had to be good to Cut the Funk on the Lip Sync. Cut The Cake, is a very busy piece of dance music its drum, bass, and guitar rhythms keep the listener's body moving, and its horn interjections keeps the listener fully engaged in the song's melody. The next track, Schoolboy Crush, is pure lo-tempo funk. Its sassy lyrics, dominate bass, and relentless guitar elements are a joy for any lover of funk. I also enjoyed the fourth track, Groovin' the Night Away. Love this album. AWB does it with flawless musicianship and great writing. It's pound cake funk and soul music. Favorites include School Boy Crush and Why. A great LP that I play all the time. Songs in album Average White Band - Cut The Cake 1975. Average White Band - Cut The Cake. Read about Cut The Cake by AWB and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. 2 AWB was formed in 1971 by Alan Gorrie and Malcolm Molly Duncan, with Onnie McIntyre Hamish Stuart Roger Ball and Robbie McIntosh joining them in the original line-up. Duncan and Ball, affectionately known as the Dundee Horns, studied at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art now part of the University of Dundee, and were previously members of Mogul Thrash. Gorrie and McIntyre had been members of Forever More. The band's brea read more. There are multiple bandsartists using the AWB moniker. 1 AWB Acid Wolf Band is a techno project of Adrien Ozouf. Based in Paris, France. Cut the Cake. Average White Band. Cut the Cake - Продолжительность: 4:06 Average White Band - Topic 4 266. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. Cut the Cake album. 1975 studio album by Average White Band. Studio album by. Producer Arif Mardin considered. Cut the Cake is also the album that gave us the ballad Cloudy one of the more melancholy tracks and AWB's version of If I Ever Lose This Heaven, a smooth soul classic that was originally recorded by Quincy Jones in 1973. The song wasn't a chart-buster - it peaked at number 25 on Billboard's R&B singles chart - but it did become a favorite among AWB fans and enjoyed a lot of exposure on quiet storm formats. AWB's members certainly don't sound like they're in mourning on Cut the Cake. If anything, they honor McIntosh's memory by