Videos of T.K. Production’s Top 15 Gold and Platinum Hits of 1971-77

Soul, funk, and dance hits live forever. Their power to move a crowd of a hundred thousand, or a single listener on headphones will always hold their force. A hit song is like a magic formula that unlocks the audience’s body, mind, and soul. And in the 1970’s Henry Stone built T.K. Productions into the biggest independent record company in the world. Here are the company’s top 15 Gold and Platinum selling hits from 1971-76, in no particular order, and yes, there were even more hits all the way up until T.K. Productions went bankrupt, even producing the first #1 pop hit of the 1980s with KC & The Sunshine Band’s ballad “Please Don’t Go.”


15. Betty Wright – “Cleanup Woman”


14. Beginning Of The End – “Funky Nassau”


13. Timmy Thomas – “Why Can’t We Live Together”


12. George McCrae – “Rock Your Baby”


11. Latimore – Let’s Straighten It Out


10. KC & The Sunshine Band – “Get Down Tonight”


9. Gwen McCrae – “Rockin’ Chair”

8. KC & The Sunshine Band – “That’s The Way I Like It”


7. KC & The Sunshine Band – KC & The Sunshine Band LP


6. KC & The Sunshine Band – Shake Your Booty


5. Dorothy Moore – “Misty Blue”


4. KC & The Sunshine Band – “Part 3”


3. KC & The Sunshine Band – “I’m Your Boogie Man”


2. Peter Brown – “Do You Wanna Get Funky With Me”


1. KC & The Sunshine Band – “Keep It Comin’ Love”

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: