Trax feat. Nyr, Cissy Houston, Twennynine, Staxx



Lady in my life  –  Nyr (French born singer/songwriter Raymond Nyr tackles the Rod Temperton written, Michael Jackson sung evergreen – release on the small but crucial Soul Vibe Recordings)

Warning – Danger  –  Cissy Houston (Having been a background vocalist for Elvis Presley, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding and others – Cissy dips her feet in the Disco pool with this Michael Zager produced, Private Stock Records release … now available on cd)

Peanut Butter – Twennynine with Lenny White (Departing from JazzFusion supergroup – Lenny put together a Funk/Soul band which he produced with ‘Earth, Wind & Fire’s Larry Dunn … released on Elektra)

Joy  –  Staxx featuring Carol Leeming (Leicester based Carol formerly of ‘Boyz in Shock’ blasted the dance floors across the world with this Champion Records single… written by Tom jones & Simon Thorne)

Trax feat. First Class, Gloria Gaynor, Vicki Sue Robinson, Doug Willis



Coming back to you  –  First Class (Ignored by most when it was released on Sugar Hill Records –  as it was the home of the new musical genre Rap … vinyl album titled ‘First Class’ however since released on cd re-titled “They call this group First Class – and they are”)

I’ve got you under my skin  –  Gloria Gaynor (Gloria had been very successful with covers on previous albums … written by Songsmith Cole Porter this song has been performed by Frank Sinatra and hundreds of orchestras)

Hot summer night  –  Vick Sue Robinson (After the ‘Great Fire of Disco’ in Chicago – where some bigots perceived that Disco Music was ruining America … thinking changed and Disco records became a trickle … Disco Queen Vicki & her writer/producer Warren Schatz released this Boogie trak on Prelude)

Spread love  –  Doug Willis (Also known as Dave Lee – Disco Specialist, House producer & Record owner … inspired by ‘Music – One Way featuring Al Hudson’, one of their biggest trax was called “Spread love”)

Trax feat. Jackie Moore, David Williams, General Caine, Adeva



Love won’t let me wait  –  Jackie Moore feat. Winifred ‘Blue’ Lovett of ”The Manhattans” (Written and produced by Bobby Eli at Sigma Sound Philadelphia … although there has been a phethora of versions of this song – this is the definitive female version)

You keep me hanging on  –  David Williams with Whirlwind (Having previously worked with James Brown amongst others – Record label head Creed Taylor invited David to become in-house arranger … featuring the stellar background vocals of Gwen Guthrie, Patti Austin & Vivian Cherry)

I’m the man — General Caine (Headed by Mitch McDowell whose previous band was Booty People – assigned to Far Out Productions/ABC Records before moving on to the small independent “Groove Time Records)

Where is the love  –  Adeva (You can describe her as ‘The First Female Superstar of Garage/House … Patricia Daniels blasted her way unto the worlds’ dance floors … released from her third album “New Direction” on Distinct’ive Records)