Chee Chee and Peppy – Self Titled Debut Album From 1972 (teenage soul)

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Submitted by denny December 20th, 2010
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I was initially attracted to this album by their names and Chee Chee’s afro which is through the roof! Peppy sure has a set of pipes on him. She strains a little here and there but I have to say, there are a few good moments on this lp. I own the files but not the actual sleeve which I would immediately frame if I owned it!

Peppy shares his soda pop with Chee Chee. Debut album from 1972.

Chee Chee and Peppy, this is the back cover of the LP.

They resurfaced in 1981 with this single.

8 Responses to “Chee Chee and Peppy – Self Titled Debut Album From 1972 (teenage soul)”

  1. Allee Willis

    Allee Willis

    I love them from their names alone but would kill to hear this just looking at Chee Chee’s afro.

    I have always been absolutely wild for what I call early 70’s K-Tel Soul. K-Tel was a lable that put out bargain records of acts that were good but not good enough to get record deals. They were very generic sounding, especially the soul ones. I could listen to this stuff for days (and have). Maybe you shold post the best track on youtube so we could all add a little Peppy Chee Chee to our day?

  2. denny

    denny

    I break out into a sweat whenever I see Chee-Chee’s afro, it’s amazing.

    This was tinty, squeally sounding pop. I used to own this but no longer have my files on this album.

  3. Facebeater

    Facebeater

    I have this album and have to say I do love me some Chee Chee and Peppy. Their hit single was “I Know I’m In Love” it was issued as Buddah single 255; R&B #12, Pop #49, 1971. The record was produced and arranged by Jessie James. This has got to be hands down one of the best bubblegum soul records ever to be released.

  4. denny

    denny

    Hi Face Beater! :) “A Lovers Question” & “I’m Not An indian Giver” & “I Know I’m In Love” were my favorites form this lp.

    I love 50’s, 60’s & 70’s soul!

    I was just listening to Inez & Charlie Foxx! Ugh, that sound just makes me nuts, I love it so much!