- Released: July 1, 2003
- Label: Varese Fontana
- 1.Opening ("KC, KC, KC")
- 2.Give It Up
- 3.(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty
- 4.James Brown Medley: Sex Machine / I Got You (I Feel Good)
- 5.Boogie Man Medley: I'm Your Boogie Man / Keep It Comin' Love / It's The Same Old Song
- 6.I Want To Take You Higher
- 7.Amazing Grace - (featuring Beverly Champion Foster)
- 8.Party With Your Body
- 9.I Betcha Didn't Know That
- 10.Latin Funk
- 11.New Attitude - (featuring Maria DeCrescenzo)
- 12.Boogie Shoes
- 13.Please Don't Go
- 14.That's The Way (I Like It)
- 15.Get Down Tonight
- 16.Yes, I'm Ready
- 17.KC In The House
KC & The Sunshine Band: Harry Wayne "KC" Casey (vocals), Manny Lopez (guitar), Bobby Martinez (saxophone), Tony Conception (trumpet), Dana Teboe (trombone), Amaury Lopez, Ernest "Snuffy" Stewart (keyboards), Rusty Taylor (bass), Orlando Hernandez, Fofi Lancha, Efrin, Johnny Byrne (drums), Eggy Castrillo, Fermin Goytisolo (percussion), Beverly Champion Foster, Maria DeCrescenzo (background vocals), Hialeah High School Chorus.
Recorded live in 1993-94. Includes liner notes by Bill Dahl.
Audio Mixer: John Thomas II.
Liner Note Author: Bill Dahl.
Recording information: Atlanta, GA (12/31/1993/??/??/1994); Australia (12/31/1993/??/??/1994); Fountain Bleau, Miami Beach, FL (12/31/1993/??/??/1994); Houston, TX (12/31/1993/??/??/1994); Madison Square Gardens (12/31/1993/??/??/1994); Peru (12/31/1993/??/??/1994).
Arrangers: Amaury Lopez; Bobby Martinez.
Compiling recordings from KC & the Sunshine Band's 1993 and 1994 tours, Get Down Tonight: Greatest Hits Live makes for decent souvenir of the constantly touring band's show. KC's voice seems a little thinner than in its heyday, but the enthusiasm and his good-humored attitude make up for it. There are quite a few covers that would have worked better in a crowded and sunny amphitheater, but zealous versions of all the hits that helped sell 75 million records are included. The early-'90s version of the Sunshine Band features a punchy horn section and an especially energetic set of background singers that make it seem like the '70s all over again (KC and percussionist Fermin Goytisolo are the only original members). Skip the misguided James Brown medley, enjoy the fine performance of Barbara Mason's "Yes I'm Ready," and be glad that KC can still deliver his hook-filled numbers with enthusiasm and plenty of charisma. ~ David Jeffries