Trax feat. Osamu Kitajima feat. Phil Perry & Rena Scott, Exodus, Bootsy’s Rubber Band, Bobby Blackwell

Say you will  –  Osamu Kitajima feat. Phil Perry & Rena Scott (Osamu is a Japanese musician known for his array of musical styles – this trak feat. former Montclairs’s vocalist Phil whilst Rena known for her classic album produced by “Mtume & Lucas” … from the lp ‘Dragon King’ released in the U.S on Arista Records)

Together Forever  –  Exodus (Written by Neville ‘Tinga’ Stewart & released on the tiny New York’s cult label “Charlotte Amardie Records” … re-released by Francois Kervokian’s Wave Classics label to re-introduced to keep the trak alive)

Body Slam  –  Bootsy’s Rubber Band (Bassist William “Bootsy” Collins became part of James Brown’s band for a short while before teaming up with Parliament/Funkadelic supremo George Clinton … he later headed his own band under names such as ‘Bootsy’s Rubber Band’ & ‘The Sweat Band’ amongst others)

Let love through  –  Bobby Blackwell (Released on Easy Street – the New York label that helped publicise ‘The New Jersey Sound” … written and produced by Healey LeCator also know as Major Healey for Smack Productions)

Trax feat. Chante Moore, Dogs of War, Tom Browne feat. Silivea Robinson, Liberty City

Give me time  –  Chante Moore (Former MCA recording artist Chante’s first album was produced by such luminaries as George Duke, Bebe Winans, Vassal Benford & U.K.’s Simon Law … this trak was featured on her ‘Love the woman ‘ on Peak Records)

Spaciula  –  Dogs of War  (Inspired by a phrase written by William Shakespeare – this Canadian Disco/Rock quartet recorded for Generation Records and was produced by Pat Deserio known for his productions of Bombers, Kebekeletrik & Gino Soccio)

Too hot  –  Tom Browne feat. Silivea Robinson (Hailed from Jamaica New York – trumpeteer Tom was discovered by Dave Gruisin who signed him to his production company/record label GRP … cover version of Kool & the Gang hit available on “Mo’ Jamaica Funk” on Hip Bop Records)

Some lovin’  –  Liberty City (Duo Ralph Falcon & Oscar Gatean used a various pseudonyms for their productions – in this case it was named after a Miami housing estate & released on their own Murk Records)


Trax feat. Keith Washington feat. Letita Body, David Simmons, Steve Arrington’s Hall of Fame, Divine Soul feat. Michelle Weeks

Let me make love to you –  Keith Washington featuring Letita Body (Keith’s second album “You make it easy’ includes this duet with former “Body” vocalist who were affliated to MCA Records … a ‘Qwest Records’ release)

Locked up in a groove  –  David Simmons (Philadelphia based David was credited to be vocally similar to Teddy Pendergrass – David wanted to be known as an individual rather than a carbon-copy … signed to WMOT Records where he released two albums including ‘The World belongs to me’)

Weak at the knees  –  Steve Arrington’s Hall of Fame  (Having been the vocalist in one of U.S. premier Funk band “Slave” – former Ohio based Steve departed and later formed ‘Hall of Fame’ which pacted with Atlantic Records … sampled by Ice Cube)

Search N (Higher Ground)  –  Divine Soul feat. Michelle Weeks (New York born Michelle became as a background vocalist before venturing into House/Garage genre as lead and/or featured … co-written by Michelle and released on Strictly Rhythm Records)