Trax feat. Tamia, The Softones, Gunchback Boogie Band, Mass Syndicate feat. Susu Bobien

You put a move on my heart  –  Tamia (This trax was featured on “Q’ Jook Joint” – Quincy Jones before been released on her self-titled album which was both available on Quincy’s Qwest Records … written by Rod Temperton known for ‘Thriller’ & ‘Rock with you’ – Michael Jackson amongst others )

That old black magic  –  The Softones (Available as an early promotional 12 inch single b/w Love is the answer – Van MccCoy … hailed from Baltimore U.S.A – this quartet were assigned to “Avco Records” before it’s name change to ‘Hugo & Luigi’ after the owners christian names)

Funn  –  Gunchback Boogie Band (One-off trak by co-written & produced byAmir Bayyan formerly Kevin Bell of “The Kay-Gees” and brother of Robert”Kool” Bell of “Kool and The Gang” … a Prelude Records release)

You don’t know  –  Mass Syndicate feat. SuSu Bobien (Credited elsewhere as “Jazpel feat. SuSu” – co-written by CeCe Rogers, the singer/songwriter of House/Garage anthems ‘Someday’ also ‘All join hands’ and more …)


Trax feat. Beverly & Duane, Rosebud, Search, Project Sound

I wanna be with you  –  Beverly and Duane (Detroit duo Beverly Wheeler and Duane Williams were assigned to Ariola America Records … co-written and produced by Will Hatcher – their album was re-released as part of Expansion’s “Classic Album Series”)

Money  –  Rosebud (Cover version of Pink Floyd’s trak from their million selling “Dark side of the Moon” album … recorded in Italy however featuring predominately French musicians – vocals by Miss X)

Peanut butter and Jam  –  Search (Consisting of Les Paul Rogue, Mike Jude, Jeff Dudley & James Campbell were members of Search who was the first artists of Philly World Records  – owned by Peter Pelullo who also owner Alpha International Studios one of the most renowned in Philadelphia)

Sweet in the morning  –  Project Sound (Project Sound are/were Cevin Fisher and Cliff Saint-Cyr which was one of their various pseudonyms – vocal sample ‘inspired by Bobby McFerrin trak of the same name … released on New York’s Hardtrax Records)

Trax feat. : Brainstorm, Freda Payne, Donald Byrd, Chantay Savage

This must be heaven  –  Brainstorm (Originally from Detroit U.S.A. – Brainstorm were assigned to Tabu Records by music mogul/entrepreneur Clarence Avant where their first album Stormin’ was released … band members includes Belita Woods, Lamont Johnson & Charles Overton – produced by Jerry Peters)

Love Magnet  –  Freda Payne (Signed to hit-making trio – former Motown writers “Holland, Dozier, Holland”s Invictus Records label where she had a monster hit before moving on … from her  Capitol Records’ long player ‘Stares and Whispers”)

Change (makes you want to hustle)  –  Donald Byrd (Trumpeter Donald played with the most of the musicians who are now classed as “The Jazz Greats” whilst at the same time musically ‘not standing still’ … one of the longing standing artists on Jazz label ‘Blue Note’ where he helped create Jazz-Funk & Jazz-Fusion)

I will survive  –  Chantay Savage (Gloria Gaynor’s signature tune was re-resurrected for the House/Garage fans … fellow Chicago-an Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley produced and remixed this nine minutes plus opus – written by Freddie Perren & Dino Fekaris)