Trax feat. Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, First Choice, Southside Movement, Danny Tenaglia

Yesterday i had the blues  –  Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes (Teddy Pendergrass – the former drummer was elevated to lead vocalist of H. M. … their first album self-titled album elevated them to super status in the United States – released on the newly formed Philadelphia International Records)

I can show you  –  First Choice (Rochelle Fleming & her girls (Anne Guest & Debbie Martin) burns up this slower groove from the last album of their Salsoul Records output … written by a trio including Cary ‘Hippy’ Gilbert who also co-wrote “Don’t leave me this way”)

Funk talk  –  Southside Movement (Named after the south side of Chicago … after being a backing band for a local duo, the progressed into their own entity – after signing to Scepter/Wand Records then unto 20th Century, which has spawned lots of sampling for a plethora of Hip Hop artists)

Ohno  –  Danny Tenaglia (With inspiration from Larry Levan of ‘Paradise Garage’ and others, Danny realised he wanted to make play & make music that broke down barriers … with a simple yet effective chants and a murderous backbeat – from the album “Hard & Soul” on Tribal America Records)

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