The Average White Band is a Scottish soul-funk group (a.k.a. AWB) with a string of hits from the late 1970s. This group's best known songs include "Cut The Cake" (1975), the instrumental hit "Pick Up The Pieces" (1975), and "Queen Of My Soul" (1976).
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- Cut The Cake 1975
- If I Ever Lose This Heaven 1975
- Pick Up The Pieces 1974
(This funky instrumental, in which the saxophone is prominently featured, topped the charts. At several points during the song, the band members can be heard yelling out the song title.)
- School Boy Crush 1975
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