Trax featured The O’Jay’s, Amii Stewart, Dawn Silva, Dj Oji & Una

Help (Somebody Please)  –  The O’Jay’s (Headed by Eddie Levert & Walter Williams – this group was named after a local Dj .. teaming up with Kenneth Gamble & Leon Huff for their “Neptune Records” moving to their new label “Philadelphia International”, from the album ‘So full of love’)

Jealousy  –  Amii Stewart (American born Amii was a singer/actress for touring Broadway shows … whilst in London she teamed up with producer Barry Leng – from the album “Paradise Bird” on Hansa Records)

Red light district  –  Dawn Silva (One of the former “Brides of Funkenstein” – which was formulated and produced by George Clinton – Dawn was also a background vocalists for a variety of Clinton’s productions …from the album ‘All my Funky Friends’)

We lift our hands in the Sanctuary  –  Dj Oji & Una (Producer/Dj Oji Morris teamed up with Una Barry to release this trax on Sancsoul Records based in Washington U.S.A. … Una has also being the featured vocalist for Dj Oji’s musical partner Dj Pope)

Trax featured Millie Jackson, Phyliss Hyman, Sun, Satoshi Tomiie presents Shellshock

If i’m not in love by Monday  –  Millie Jackson (Millie was known for her raunchy performances vocally and live … Millie took the “Country & Western” standard made famous by Merle Haggard – slowed it down and made it into a Soul classic)

Leavin’ the good life behind  –  Phyliss Hyman Phyllis was discovered by George Kerr and assigned her to his ‘Double K’ production company … her first single was produced by him and released on “Private Stock Records” – mixed by Tom Moulton)

Turn the music up  –  Sun (‘Sun’ was a ten piece self-contained Soul/Funk from Dayton U.S.A. … headed by Byron Byrd they were signed on the dotted line for “Capitol Records” who released most of their out-put – from the album “Eclipse”)

K-Jee  –  Satoshi Tomiie presents Shellshock (Japanese born Satoshi was affililiated with Frankie Knuckles & Robert Owens via an early single release on “FFRR Records” … arranged, produced and mixed by Satoshi)


Trax featured The Whispers, Gloria Gaynor, Bootsy’s Rubber Band, Quentin Harris feat. Jason Walker

A Song for Donny  –  The Whispers (As a tribute to Donny Hathaway – the original song was re-named and re-lyric-ed by Carrie Lucas …  called ‘This Christmas’ written by Donny & was featured on the album “Happy holidays to you” – The Whispers on Solar Records)

Casanova Brown  –  Gloria Gaynor (A trak from Gloria’s second long player release on MGM Records and produced by “Disco Corporation of America” & mixed by Tom Moulton … features the lyrics ‘The story of Little Red Riding Hood – the Big Bad Wolf was up to no good’)

Stretchin’ out (like a Rubber Band)  –  Bootsy’s Rubber Band (William ‘Bootsy’ Collins became part of James Brown’s Funk entourage … he later tied up with George Clinton’s ‘Parliament’ and his other Funk acts … written/produced by Clinton & Collins on Warner Brothers Records)

Can’t stop  –  Quentin Harris feat. Jason Walker (Written by ‘L.A & Babyface’ who were part of ‘The Deele on “Solar Records” – originally recorded by After 7 … produced by Quentin Harris and released on Strictly Rhythm Records)