Trax : Esther Phillips, Kid Creole & The Coconuts, Manu Dibango, Sample Minded

Candy  –  Esther Phillips (Versatile Esther was discovered by Johnny Otis – father of Shuggie ‘Strawberry letter 23’ Otis … her adaptability meant Esther could sing Blues, Jazz, Disco, Soul & Funk which were featured on labels Atlantic, Kudu/CTI, Mercury & Muse Records)

Calypso Pan American  – Kid Creole & The Coconuts (After the Disco Demolition Fire in Chicago – Disco started changing and no more so than New York’s boiling musical cauldron – heard in the more a fashionable/avant-garde nightclubs)

New bell (Hard pulsation) –  Manu Dibango (Cameroon born/France based Manu released an album called “Soul Makossa” on France’s Fiesta Records – when the world finally caught up with the title trak – others failed to notice that there was another monster on the album)

Where the love  –  Sample Minded (Released on Bottom Line Records which was headed by Ed Golsman and his wife Nancy – this little cottage industry released over 70 12 inch releases)

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