General Caine

Mitch McDowell

Also known as General Caine II
Members of General Caine: Danny Macon, Darryl Haywood, David C. Chadwick, Erik Jones, Jimmy Carter, Johnny Carson (3), Kevin Goins, Leroy Williams (5), Mitch McDowell, Nathaniel Price, Ronald Jerry, Tony Patler, Trey Stone
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Discography of General Caine:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 The Girls 2 Audio 1982 Tabu Records
2 The Best Of General Caine - Pure Funk 6 Audio 1991 Groove Time Records
3 Get Down Attack 11 Audio 1991 Groove Time Records
4 Shake 2 Audio 1981 Groove Time Records
5 Where's The Beef? 2 Audio 1984 Capitol Records
6 Get Down Attack 10 Audio 1980 Groove Time Records
7 Let Me In 7 Audio 1978 Groove Time Records
8 The Best Of General Caine (Pure Funk) 6 Audio 1991
9 Shake / I'm The Man 3 Audio 2006 J & M Records
10 Ooh, Aah 2 Audio 1983 Tabu Records
11 L.J.R. Pop 2 Audio 1981 Jungle Jam
12 L.R.J. Pop 2 Audio 1981 Groove Time Records
13 L.R.J. Pop 2 Audio 1981 Groove Time Records
14 Where's The Beef? 2 Audio 1984 Capitol Records
15 Dangerous 8 Audio 1983 Tabu Records
16 Girls 9 Audio 1982 Tabu Records
17 Shake 3 Audio J & M Records
18 L.R.J. Pop 2 Audio 1981 Groove Time Records
19 Get Down Attack 2 Audio 1981 Jungle Jam
20 Girls / Baseball 2 Audio 1982 Tabu Records
21 Get Down Attack 10 Audio 1991 Vivid Sound Corporation
22 Don't Stop / For Lovers Only 2 Audio 1982 Tabu Records
23 Bomb Body 2 Audio 1983 Tabu Records
24 Ooh, Aah 2 Audio 1983 Tabu Records
25 Girls / Knock Down The Walls / I'll Do Anything For You / Another Version For You 4 Audio Dance Classics
26 L.R.J. Pop 2 Audio 1981 Groove Time Records
27 Bomb Body 2 Audio 1983 Tabu Records
28 Ooh, Aah 2 Audio 1983 Tabu Records
29 Where's The Beef? 2 Audio 1984 Capitol Records
30 Girls / Baseball 2 Audio 1982 Epic
31 Don't Stop 2 Audio 1982 Tabu Records
32 General Caine II 10 Audio 1981 Raf Records
33 Girls 9 Audio 1982 Tabu Records
34 Girls 11 Audio 2013-09-09 Tabu Records
35 Dangerous 13 Audio 2013-11-11 Tabu Records
36 Shake / I'm The Man / Get Down Attack 3 Audio 2006 J & M Records
37 Shake 2 Audio 1981 Groove Time Records
38 Girls 11 Audio 2013 Solid Records (6)
39 Bomb Body 2 Audio 1983 Tabu Records
40 Ooh, Aah 2 Audio 1983 Tabu Records


American funk group, led by [a=Mitch McDowell].

They signed with Groove Time Records in 1978, releasing two albums: “Let Me In” (1978) and “Get Down Attack” (1980). The group then moved to Tabu Records. The third album entitled “Girls” featured the hit song “For Lovers Only” which was used by the radio station WZAK in Cleveland, Ohio, as a theme song for their late night segment with the same title. Their debut single for the Tabu label and the fourth album “Dangerous” with many song writing chores, were done by Johnny Guitar Carson. After a brief appearance at Capitol Records with one single released called “Where’s The Beef?”, a slimmed down version of the group with new writers and producers signed a recording contract with Motown Records in the mid-1980s, subsequently renamed to [a=General Kane].


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