Trax feat. Grover Washington feat. Patti Labelle, Tasha Thomas, The Kay Gees, Debbie Malone

The best is yet to come  –  Grover Washington feat. Patti Labelle (Written by Dexter Wansel & Cynthia Biggs … Grover worked with a variety of “Prestige Recording Artists before going solo starting with Kudu/CTI  – whilst Patti was part of the trio ‘Labelle’)

Midnight Rendevous  –  Tasha Thomas (Former New York session vocalist Tasha also starred in Broadway show “The Wiz” – an African American adaptation of ‘The Wizard of Oz’ … trak from her only solo album before being struck down with cancer has recently been released on cd)

Waiting at the bus stop  –  The Kay-Gees (Headed by Kevin Bell & originally known as “New Dimension” before signing with elder brother’s Ronald label ‘Gang Records’ – named after “Kool & the Gang”, an imprint of “Delite”)

Rescue me  –  Debbie Malone (Co written & co-produced by Debbie with Scipio Sergeant … this track was released on U.K.’s Krunch Records and later re-released on Pulse-8 with new mixes)

Trax feat. Nona Hendryx, Bombers, Lozine Wright, M People

Winds of change (Mandela to Mandela)  –  Nona Hendryx feat. Peter Gabriel (Nona was the more avant-garde of the three Labelle vocalists … a love song message from Nelson to Winnie or vice-versa – helped the world’s population not forget the injustice of ‘The Great Man’ and his eventual release from prison)

Dance, Dance, Dance  –  Bombers (Canadian studio project – recorded at Studio Tempo with assistant producer Pat Deserio – know for his Rock/Disco effort “Eclipse”  …released in the U.S.A. on West End Records for wider distribution and acclaim)

Stop the taxi  –  Lonzine Wright (Released on New York’s “Tyson Records” – this little Boogie masterpiece was arranged by “Disco Wizard” Patrick Adams and written/produced by label owner Harvey Miller)

One night in Heaven – M People (Former lead vocalist of “Hothouse” Heather Small along with Mike  Pickering former keyboardist for underground band ‘Quango Quango’ – who provided the “M” in their name)

Trax feat. Jean Carn, Stephanie Mills, Rhonda Clark, Nathan Haines

No one does it better  –  Jean Carn (Former Jean Perkins got her surname from her husband “Black Jazz Records” artist Doug Carn … after being featured as lead and background vocalist for her husband and groups such as “Earth, Wind & Fire” amongst others , she became a solo artist – from the album ‘Love Lessons’)

D-A-N-C-I-N  –  Stephanie Mills (With a new record label contract courtesy of “20th Century Fox Records – Stephanie got to work with producers James Mtume & Reggie Lucas where the hits flowed … from the album “Sweet Sensation”)

State of Attraction  –  Rhonda Clark (Released on Clarence Avant’s “Tabu Records” … Clarence used producers Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis  as they had been very successful with some of his other artists which includes “SOS Band”, Alexander O’Neal & ‘Cherrelle’)

Right by your side  –  Nathan Haines (New Zealand born Nathan is a saxophonist & vocalist … he was featured on a few “Drum & Bass” trax then later tied up with one of London’s most important underground labels – “Chillifunk Records”)