Trax featured Chapter 8, Foxy, Dawson Smith, Michael Watford

Ready for your love  –  Chapter 8 (Chapter 8 included Anita Baker as lead female vocalist and Michael J Powell as writer/producer in the line-up … they released one album for Ariola Records America  before splitting up  – later re-grouping with another female vocalist)

Get off your aahh and dance  –  Foxy (Based in Florida U.S.A. and headed by Ish Ledesma … released on Henry Stone’s Dash/TK Records their self-titled album from which this single was culled)

I don’t know if i can make it  –  Dawson Smith (Written by Dawson & arranged/produced by George Kerr … recorded for Roadshow Records and distributed by Florence Greenberg’s Sceptre/Wand organisation)

First mistake  –  Michael Watford (Featuring Ceybil Jeffries as co-lead vocalist … produced by New Jersey’s “Smack Productions & released by Warner’s East-West Records imprint)

Trax featured Stephanie Mills, First Choice, Vernon Burch, Mone’

How come u don’t call me anymore  –  Stephanie Mills (From her “Merciless’ album, released on Casablanca Records comes the “Prince” composition … child star Stephanie was previously a ‘Broadway’ star)

Pressure Point  –  First Choice (Rochelle Fleming and the girls dropped their last album for ‘Salsoul Records’ before she went solo … produced by Norman Harris who has been their producer from since their “Philly Groove” days)

And you call that love  –  Vernon Burch (Funk’s life story written by Vernon and released on United Artists Records who later recorded for Columbia and Chocolate City Records amongst others)

We can make it  –  Mone’ (Ramona De Souza released this masterpiece on New York’s Strictly Rhythm released in the U.K on A & M’s Dance imprint “AM:PM” … written, arranged and produced by Brian Tappert & Roy Grant for their Jazz-n-Groove production company)

Trax feat. Lew Kirton, Isaac Hayes, Tommy Stewart, JM Silk

Got to find somebody to love  –  Lew Kirton  (Former vocalist with ‘The Invitations’ went solo where he recorded for such labels as Alston & Marlin Records – distributed by TK, before joining CBS distributed “Believe in a Dream Records)

Fever  –  Isaac Hayes (Written by Eddie Coleey & John Davenport – the pseudonym of Otis Blackwell ((Otis Blackwell was the writer/producer of “Little Richard’s ” trax …  Fever was covered by a plethora of artists of various genres)

Practice what you preach  – Tommy Stewart (Released on Abraxas Records – the original album was largely ignored due to bad distribution … but has since become one of the ‘must have’ albums and has since been re-released by ‘Luv N Haight label)

Music is the key  –  JM Silk (Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley or “Jack Master Silk’ was one of the pioneer of “House Music” … released on the ground-breaking ‘DJ International Records’ … featuring vocals of Keith Nunnally)