Trax feat. Jackie Moore, David Williams, General Caine, Adeva



Love won’t let me wait  –  Jackie Moore feat. Winifred ‘Blue’ Lovett of ”The Manhattans” (Written and produced by Bobby Eli at Sigma Sound Philadelphia … although there has been a phethora of versions of this song – this is the definitive female version)

You keep me hanging on  –  David Williams with Whirlwind (Having previously worked with James Brown amongst others – Record label head Creed Taylor invited David to become in-house arranger … featuring the stellar background vocals of Gwen Guthrie, Patti Austin & Vivian Cherry)

I’m the man — General Caine (Headed by Mitch McDowell whose previous band was Booty People – assigned to Far Out Productions/ABC Records before moving on to the small independent “Groove Time Records)

Where is the love  –  Adeva (You can describe her as ‘The First Female Superstar of Garage/House … Patricia Daniels blasted her way unto the worlds’ dance floors … released from her third album “New Direction” on Distinct’ive Records)

Trax feat. James Day, Fatback Band, Midnight Star, Space 2000



Remember when  –  James Day featuring Catherine Russell (Released on an ‘extended play’ single before released on his “Better Days” album on Soulvibe Recordings … Catherine came to my attention via her featured vocals on a House/Garage single on Ton-A Records)

Night Fever  –  Fatback Band (With the burgeoning Disco sounds filling up the floors in the same way Fatback(s) brand of Funk had previously done the same – they decided to put their foot into the Disco pool … released on Spring Records)

You’re a star  –  Midnight Star (Midnight Star assigned to Solar Records – the band including  two Calloway brothers and Belinda Lipscomb amongst others … released from their first album “The Beginning” which was produced by Harvey Mason & Solar’s in-house producer Leon Sylvers)

Do you wanna funk  –  Space 2000 (Termed as a ‘High Energy’ anthem and credited to Patrick Cowley with Sylvester’ as the original artist(s) on Megatone Records … remixed by Joe T Vannelli – released Wired Recordings)

Trax feat, Truth Hurts, Touch, Barry White, Blackout Allstars



For your precious love  –  Truth Hurts (Originally a mega hit by The Impressions and co-written by Jerry Butler … critics perceived ‘Truth Hurts’ to be of mediocre talent until they heard this trak from the “Ali” soundtrak starring Will Smith)

Love Hangover  –  Touch (Diana Ross’s monster Disco anthem spawned a number of versions … released by Brunswick Records, produced by Tony Valor of  “It’s too late – Fantasy” and ‘touch-up’ by Tom Moulton at Sigma Sound, Philadelphia)

Thank you  –  Barry White (Written by Sly Stone – this trak has been covered by the good, the bad and the rest … however when Barry – who did not do many covers decided to give the “Barry treatment” without losing any of originality)

I like it like that  –  Blackout Allstars (Put together for a Latin movie of the same name … featuring a variety stars including Ray Barretto, Grover Washington & Dave Valentin amongst others …remixed by Bobby D’Ambrosia)