- Performer:Chairmen of the Board
- Title:Finders Keepers, Pt. 3
- Style:Pop-Soul,Smooth Soul,Soul
- Date of release:September 14, 2004
- Size FLAC version1904 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1341 megabytes
- Size WMA version1757 megabytes
- Formats:TTA XM MPC MMF WAV ASF
The Finders Keepers - Friday Kind Of Monday 02:42. 2017 Billboard Masters - Finders Keepers - Tribute to Mabel and Kojo Funds (Instrumental Version) 04:32. Miller Sisters - Finders Keepers 02:55. Chairmen Of The Board - Finder's Keepers (Instrumental) 03:44. Lil' Mo - Finders Keepers (feat.
Boisterous Carefree Confident Earthy Fun Quirky Rambunctious Rollicking Rowdy. Chairmen of the Board.
Finders Keepers, Pt. 2.
Chairmen of the Board also scored with You’ve Got Me Dangling On A String, Pay To the Piper, Everything’s Tuesday, Working On A Building Of Love, Elmo James, Finders Keepers, and the original version of Patches, a memorable Grammy Award winning ballad when later covered with great success by Clarence Carter. Kennedy, Woods and Johnson all went on to cut solo albums of varying quality, whilst Johnson wrote and produced (with Greg Perry) for other Invictus/Hot Wax acts, notably Honey Cone. Harrison having left, Johnson and Woods toured the UK in 1976 with six musicians as Chairmen. In 1978, Johnson reformed the Chairmen of the Board. In 1980, the new Chairmen founded Surfside Records, for which the group still records.
Three-CD, 64-track compilation of unsung '70s soul visionaries. Thankfully shorn of all cabaret cover versions, herein is everything interesting Chairmen Of The Board ever did. Delve beyond the superior post-Motown pop of their early hits and you’ll find unexpected adventures like their 1972 Bittersweet album (here represented practically in full) which ranges from swamp rock via tormented gospel to psychedelic soul meets Broadway. Better still, and in its entirety, there’s 1974’s proto-P Funk avant-masterpiece Skin I’m In (with several of Clinton’s men on board), with its demented climactic suite built around Sly’s Life And Death. Stylistically chaotic.