Trax feat. The Dells, Brenda Taylor, Bill Wolfer, East West Connection

I touched a dream  –  The Dells (The Dells should’ve assigned to Kenneth Gamble & Leon Huff’s record label  but because of red tape that was not possible, so “If you don’t know me by now” went to ‘Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes – where they did  a stellar job)

You can have your cake and eat it too  –  Brenda Taylor (Credited  as B.T. on the record and released on “After Hour Records” before re-released on ‘West End’ for worldwide distribution … co-written by Clifton Dyson)

Papa was a rolling stone  –  Bill Wolfer (Bill came to prominence as the synthesizer wunderkind for Stevie Wonder – he debut on Constellation Records, a unit of Solar … he updates a Norman Whitfield classic)

East West  –  East West Connection (Released on London’s Chilli Funk Records – a short-lived label that only had 20 album releases)

Trax feat. Barry White, Eddie Kendricks, T. Connection, Norma Jean Bell

All in the run of the day  –  Barry White (Barry was in charge of A & R at “Bronco Records” which signed Viola Wills … he re-arranged his old ‘Bronco’ single slowing it down and adding a Rap as a tribute to his mother – from the album “Dedicated”, released on his own ‘Unlimited Gold Records)

Girl, you need a change of mind  –  Eddie Kendricks (Former “Temptation” goes solo and releases what’s classed as one of the first Disco trax – it was produced by Frank Wilson who started by asking the musicians to building the rhythm then breaking it down instead the other way round)

Totally Connected  –  T Connection (Bahamans T.C. were assigned to Henry Stone’s ‘Dash’ imprint of his T.K Records empire … the title trak of their last album before they hotfooted to Capitol Records)

I’m the only Queen  –  Norma Jean Bell (The backbeat was inspired ‘Pull up to the bumper’ before before Norma Jean belts out some original lyrics along with her trademark  saxophone later in the mix … released on her own “Pandamonium Records”)

Trax feat. Marvin Gaye, Roy Ayers, Feel, ATFC Lisa Millet

Is that enough  –  Marvin Gaye (From the album “Here my dear” which was the parting gift as alimony to his former wife Anna Gordy – sister of Berry Gordy also owner of Motown  Records and the label he was assigned to)

Fever  –  Roy Ayers (Co-written by Otis Blackwell under the pseudonym John Davenport …  as one of the most well known songs & well covered across the world  – Roy puts his trademark vocals and arrangement on classic making it a “Classic Classic”)

Let’s Rock (Over & Over)  –  Feel (Producers/writers Chris Hills and Danny Weiss were known for their input for ‘The Players Association’ – a studio based Disco/Funk outfit  … released on Sutra Records)

Bad Habits  –  ATFC feat. Lisa Millet (This trak has been on a journey – written by Allen George & Frank Mc Farlane, sung originally by Jenny Burton … the original ATFC also had an interpolation of ‘I know you, i live you – Chaka Khan, this mix is by was re-tooled  by ATFC)