School Boy Crush by Average White Band
“School Boy Crush” is a funk and soul song by the Scottish funk and R&B group Average White Band. The song was released in 1975 as a single from the group’s third studio album “Cut the Cake.”
The song features a smooth and funky bassline, accompanied by tight horn arrangements and soulful vocals. “School Boy Crush” is often cited as one of Average White Band’s most popular and recognizable tracks, and has been covered by several other artists over the years.
In addition to “School Boy Crush,” Average White Band is also known for other hit songs such as “Pick Up the Pieces,” “Cut the Cake,” and “Let’s Go Round Again.” The band’s unique blend of funk, soul, and R&B has earned them a dedicated following over the years, and they continue to perform and record music to this day.
The Average White Band (AWB) is a Scottish funk and R&B band that formed in 1972. The band is known for their tight grooves, soulful melodies, and horn arrangements, which helped them become one of the most successful funk bands of the 1970s.
AWB’s music is heavily influenced by classic soul and R&B, as well as jazz and funk. Their biggest hit, “Pick Up the Pieces,” was released in 1974 and became an international success. Other popular songs by AWB include “Cut the Cake,” “Person to Person,” and “Let’s Go Round Again.”
Over the years, the band has undergone several lineup changes, but original members Alan Gorrie, Onnie McIntyre, and Hamish Stuart continue to perform together as AWB. The band has been praised for their tight musicianship, catchy songs, and energetic live performances, and their music continues to be popular with fans of funk and soul music.