Felton Pilate and Con Funk Shun - Video Vault
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Felton Pilate and his Con Funk Shun partners Michael Cooper and
KC (Kurt Clayton) on the keys, do it up big bandstyle with members
of The Bar-Kays, SOS Band and The Dazz Band, in this hot live performance!
 
 
 
Felton and Michael Cooper sing their golden composition, while
DJ Tom Joyner plays out the song's story on stage in pantomime.
 
 
 
Felton and Michael Cooper do an uptempo dance standard and crowd pleaser
off their 1978 album Loveshine, taped at the same venue mentioned above.
 
 
 
Felton sings lead on this favorite Top40 and #8 R & B chart topper from 1980. Guest
co-host, UK Pop star Cliff Richard intros the band, Dionne Warwick, host, does the outro.
 
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