Trax featured Kolorz, Universal Robot Band, Fatback Band, Studio Apartment feat. Terrance Downs

A little love  –  Kolorz (Quartet released a 5 trak E.P (extended play) on Scotti Brothers Records which got some U.S. airplay … arranged and produced by Michael Denton)

Space Disco  –  Universal Robot Band (released on Greg Carmichael’s ‘Red Greg Records’ imprint – this trak has Patrick Adams’s wacky but deeply original synthesizer programming written all over it … featuring Donna McGhee on background vocals)

Nija Walk (Street Walk)  –  Fatback Band (Assigned to New York’s Perception/Today Records – The Fatbacks’ brand of ‘Street-Funk’ was built around the neucleus of Bill Curtis, Johnny Flippen, Gerry Thomas & Johnny King)

We are lonely  –  Studio Apartment feat. Terrance Downes (Known for being the featured vocalist for Chris Brann’s Ananda Project … duo Masanori Manori & Noboru Abe are ‘Studio Apartment’ – from the album “People to People)


Trax featured The (Detroit) Spinners, Paul Jabara feat. Donna Summer, Xavier, Taja Sevelleb

Love don’t love nobody  –  The (Detroit) Spinners (Co-written by Joe Jefferson for Mighty Three Music – publishing arm of Philadelphia International Records … this group was assigned to Motown before striking ‘Gold’ when they moved to Atlantic Records where they were produced by Thom Bell)

Never lose your sense of humour  –  Paul Jabara feat. Donna Summer (This man later wrote for ‘The Weather Girls’ who gave him a sizeable hit when they were session singers with his composition “Dance” as ‘Paradise Express’)

Work that sucker to death  –  Xavier (Released their only album “Points of Pleasure” on Liberty Records … it also features ‘P-Funk’ figureheads George Clinton & Bootsy Collins who are included the supporting musicians)

Sympathy for the devil  –  Taja Sevelle (produced by ‘The Basement Boys’ & released on their own ‘Basement Boys Records’ … written by “Jagger & Richards” also known as ‘The Rolling Stones’)