Today’s trax



All because of you  –  Sherrick (With stunning looks and a voice to match – the marketing people for decided to do a ‘Whitney Houston’ by using a full length photo to turn women’s head, and some men … sadly to say just one album release)

Love Hangover  –  Touch (Diana Ross’s original was heard in every club and bar of conscience – so it is only plausible that different bands/acts wanted some magic rubbed off on them – released on Brunswick and produced by Tony Valor with added sweetenings from MR. MIX himself Tom Moulton)

Feelin’ strong  –  Morning, Noon & Night (This band only released one album which who showed their enormous potential … produced by their label – Roadshow Records in-house writer/producer Michael Stokes)

Where do we go from here  –  The Duo featuring Ultra Nate & Colonel Abrams (A Smack Production that was released on Dig International International release – two House/Garage music giants together without the giant egos … written by Eddie Perez and Mike Cameron)

Today’s trax



Fantasy  –  The Whispers ( Written by Sunbear, who were a duo that recorded for Soul Train Records – the same label they were both assigned to before it evolved into Solar … from their album ‘Imagination’)

Orfeu Negro  –  Chocolats (Translated ‘Black Orpheus’ in English & named after the 1959 movie of the same name … trak is also from the said movie soundtrax however with a different arrangement – )

Funk Theory  –  B T Express (Started their hit-making phase on Sceptre-Wand as Brooklyn Transit Express … trak original recorded by U.K. band Rokotto and written by Gerry Shury, Barry Blue & Ron Roker)

I Believe  –  The Absolute featuring Suzanne Palmer (Chicagon recorded this trak for fellow Chicagoan Dj/Producer Mark Picchotti … she later went on to record for Peter Rahoufer’ Star 69 Records and a plethora of top-notch Dj-Producers)

Today’s trax



More of you  –  Barbara Mason (Barbara started her career in her teen in Philadelaphia – with her own compositions … one of the few exclusively Soul artists to be assigned to predominately Dance based Prelude Records)

Ooh la la  –  Suzi Lane (One of the lesser-known Giorgio Moroder productions – title trak from her solo album … written by Chris Bennett (Giorgio & Chris), Harold Faltermeyer (Axel F) & Moroder)

Give me your love  –  Funk Inc (Their lps were left in the bargain bins until a few record collectors started to realise that a musical treasure-trove was going cheap … written by Curtis Mayfield – also recorded by Barbara Mason, Sisters Love & of course Curtis)

Supernatural  –  Kim English (The darling of Nervous Records … the first album featured a plethora of singles was a also remix album … remix by Mousse T features an essence of “Love Injection – Trussel”)