Trax featured Margie Joseph, THP Orchestra, Fatback Band, Shawn Christopher

Stop in the name of love  –  Margie Joseph (Margie took “The Supremes” hit and added a ‘monologue’ to it – in the same way that Isaac Hayes was doing to cover versions about the same time … today it would have been known as ‘Margie’s Rap’)

Two hot for love  –  THP Orchestra (Three Hats Productions – a Canadian studio trio releases their ‘Magnum Opus’ on Disco label specialists “Butterfly Records” … lead vocals courtesy of  Barbara Fry)

Mr. Bass Man  –  Fatback Band  (New York’s “Street-Funk” pioneers drops this little nugget – available from their album “Keep on Steppin'” on Event/Spring Records … this was remixed for their ‘Remixed’ album project)

Sweet Freedom  –  Shawn Christopher (Chicago-an ‘House Diva’ gives her all’ on this ‘re-do’ – produced by Eric Kupper for his own ‘Hysteria Records’ … originally written by U.K’s Rod Temperton for the movie “Running Scared”)

Trax featured The Futures, The Trammps, Jimmy Owens, LoveRush

Love is here  –  The Futures (The trak was released by on “Gamble Records” – a fore-runner of Kenneth Gamble/Leon Huff’s ‘Philadelphia International’ … The Futures were a five piece vocal group which includes brothers James and John King)

Disco Theme  –  The Trammps (Put together by Sigma Sound session drummer Earl Young after he thought of covering an old Judy Garland hit that was vocally inspired by groups such as “The Astors” and “The Coasters”)

Do it to it  –  Jimmy Owens (trumpeter Jimmy has worked with”The Jazz Greats” which such as Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie, Count Basie & Herbie Mann …this trak was available on his self- titled album on ‘Horizon Records’ – the Jazz off-shot of ‘A & M’)

Love to see ya dancing  –  Loverush (originally the trak was called “Dancin'” written by Len Ron Grey & Zane Hanks … featuring Yvonne Stevens also known as ‘Taka Boom’ who was one time lead vocalist of “Undisputed Truth” also “Dream Machine” both produced by Norman Whitfield)