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Look-Ka Py Py is the second studio album by the American funk group The Meters. Look-Ka Py Py was listed #218 on the Rolling Stone list of 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.

Track listing

| all_writing = Art Neville, Ziggy Modeliste, Leo Nocentelli and George Porter, Jr., except as noted | title1 = Look-Ka Py Py | length1 = 3:20 | title2 = Rigor Mortis | length2 = 2:38 | title3 = Pungee | length3 = 3:01 | title4 = Thinking | length4 = 1:45 | title5 = This Is My Last Affair | length5 = 2:55 | title6 = Funky Miracle | length6 = 2:28 | title7 = Yeah, You're Right | length7 = 2:46 | title8 = Little Old Money Maker | length8 = 2:42 | title9 = Oh, Calcutta! | writer9 = Stanley Walden | length9 = 2:45 | title10 = The Mob | length10 = 2:49 | title11 = 9 'Til 5 | length11 = 2:51 | title12 = Dry Spell | length12 = 2:33

| headline = 2001 digitally remastered CD bonus tracks | title13 = Grass | length13 = 2:42 | title14 = Borro | length14 = 2:12 }}

Personnel

Credits adapted from AllMusic.

Production
  • Allen Toussaint – producer
  • Marshall Sehorn – audio production
  • Tim Livingston – project manager
  • Rodney Mills – audio engineer
  • Al Quaglieri – mastering
  • Bob Irwin – mastering
  • Rich Russell – package design
  • Bill Dahl – liner notes





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