Trax feat. Jimmy Briscoe & The Little Beavers, Love Unlimited Orchestra, The Sound Stylistics, Harlem Hustlers

My Ebony Princess  –  Jimmy Briscoe & The Little Beavers (Inspired by the success of “The Jackson Five”  – The Beavers were discovered at a talent contest in Baltimore U.S.A, when they were approximately years old … co-written, arranged and produced by their manager Paul L Kyser)

Brazilian love song  –  Love Unlimited Orchestra (Barry White’s backing band who shone as an independent identity although they were predominantly written, arranged & produced by Barry … from the album “My Sweet Summer Suite” on 20th Century Fox Records)

The players theme  –  The Sound Stylistics (The Sound Stylistics started out as a group of musicians who put a collection together for a music library company … the album became an underground phenomena that it was re-edited and re-released on Freestyle Records)

My love’s forgotten   –  Harlem Hustlers (Released in the U.S.A. as Harlem Hustler’s Vol. 2  on Big Big Trax and licensed from Italy’s Lemon Records/Wax Productions … this was the b-side of the single – inspired by “My forbidden lover – Chic”)

Trax feat. Lorraine Ellison, Hi Voltage, T-Connection, Kimara Lovelace

Stay with me baby  –  Lorraine Ellison (The rumour was Frank Sinatra decided not to turn up for a particular recording session and the producer Jerry Ragovoy decided to use the time constructively – and this is result … there has been several versions of this song however ! …)

Let’s get horny  –  Hi Voltage (Inspired by Vertigo – the first part of the medley “Vertigo/Relight my fire”, originally written & recorded by Dan Hartman feat. Loleatta Holloway … produced by the mysterious but brilliant and sometimes elusive Began Cekic)

Saturday night  –  T-Connection (This Bahamas born group skipped across to Florida, U.S.A and signed to Dash Records, an offshoot of Henry Stone’s T.K Records … featuring Theophilus Coakley, the T. of T.Connection)

Misery  –  Kimara Lovelace (Despite the title – this trak is anything but ! credited as written by Marvin Burns however he uses birth name as writer & Lil’ Louis as producer, remixer and artist … released on King Street Sounds)


Trax feat. Brainstorm, Mary Clark, Brother to Brother, Negrocan

A charge in my life  –  Brainstorm (One of the first groups to sign to Clarence Avant’s new label “Tabu Records” … this self-contained nine piece unit hailed from Detroit U.S.A which includes vocal extraordaire Belita Woods and bassist/lyricist Lamont Johnson)

Take me i’m yours  –  Mary Clark (Co-written by Billy Nichols known for B.T. Express’s hit “Do It (’til you’re satisfied)”  …  produced by Billy & Patrick Adams – released on La Shawn Records, part of Patrick’s mini emplre of record labels)

Chance with you  –  Brother to Brother (Released on Turbo Records – part of Sylvia Robinson’s series of labels under the “All Platinum” umbrella … from their album “Let your mind be free’ on Turbo Records)

Cada Vez  –  Negrocan (With the burgeoning Latin music interest in certain bars and clubs mainly in London – it would only be a matter of time is was fused with House … released on the little independent “Deep South Records before being remixed and rereleased by Grant Nelson)