Trax feat. Herbie Hancock/Christina Aguilera, Blue Magic, Cleveland Eaton, Roland Clark/Urban Soul

A Song for you  –  Herbie Hancock feat. Christina Aguilera (Leon Russell, composer of this song recently passed away and as a tribute here are two titans  Herbie – a past Miles Davis protege’ & Christina – an “Enfant Terrible” of the new R & B genre who so say that she couldn’t sing)

We’re on the right track  –  Blue Magic (This is a “track” that will not fall asleep and die as the writers/producers so believe in it – released in ’73 then ’75 by two different artists … Blue Magic were a five guys assigned to WMOT productions and released on Atlantic Records)

Keep it funky  –  Cleveland Eaton (Originally released as “Cleveland Eaton & The Kats” on Cleanthair Records then rereleased on Gamble – a division of Kenneth Gamble & Leon Huff music enterprises … Cleveland later recorded for the iconic “Black Jazz Records”)

President House  – Roland Clark presents Urban Soul (Roland Clark first turned up on an Atlantic 12 inch in ’87 – which was the warm for his King Street releases … although this trak was a stand single, it did have an album release in Japan)

Trax feat. Angela Winbush, Bonnie Pointer, 9th Creation, Ann Nesby

I’ve learn to respect the power of love  –  Angela Wimbush (Angela was partnered with Rene Moore as the duo ‘Rene & Angela before going solo … written by the lady herself – this trak has been recorded by other Soul artists)

Heaven must haven sent you  — Bonnie Pointer (Bonnie was one of The Pointer Sisters before who recorded for “Blue Thumb Records” … she later hot-footed to Motown where she ‘Disco-fied’ one of their previous hits by “The Elgins”)

Super heroes  –  9th Creation (The Funk band released three albums including one on New York’s “Prelude” label who released mainly 12inches …  they namecheck themselves – this was the title trak of their third album on ‘Hilltak Records’)

Can i get a witness  –  Ann Nesby (Former principal vocalist of “The Sound of Blackness” steps out on her own  – released on  Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis’s ‘Perspective Records’ … mix courtesy of Mousse T)