Trax featured Barry White, Tuxedo Junction, Mark Soskin, Full Moon feat. Carolyn Harding

Girl it’s true, I’ll always love you  –  Barry White (Barry made musical inroads whilst working at California’s Bronco Records as a writer/producer in the Sixties before becoming an artist in his own right –   from the album “Stone Gon'” released by 20th Century Fox Records)

Foxtrot  –  Tuxedo Junction (Butterfly Records supremo A.J. Cervantes had great ideas for his label but it came crashing down due to the “Disco Demolition” backlash held in Chicago – Tuxedo Juction was a studio group put together by West Coast America mega-producers “Rinder & Lewis” … vocals by Marti McCall, Sue Allen, Marilyn Jackson & Jamie Edlin)

Walk tall  –  Mark Soskin (Pianist/Writer Mark released a rare 12 inch on Jazz label ‘Prestige Records’ …from the album “Rhythm Vision” produced by Orrin Keepnews – founder of both ‘Riverside’ & ‘Milestone Records’ labels)

The more i get  –  Full Moon feat. Carolyn Harding (Vocally inspired by the Teddy Pendergrass trak of the same name  … tagged as ‘Hip-House’ where a Rapper is included in the mix – released on Krazie Noise Records)

Trax featured The Emotions, Don Ray, Young & Company, Nulife feat. Kenny Bobien

Key to my heart  –  The Emotions (The Emotions consists of three sisters – Sheila, Wanda & Jeanette Hutchinson … co-written by Verdine White and produced by ‘Earth, Wind & Fire”s production company ARC – these Chicago based ladies previously recorded for Stax Records)

Body and Soul  –  Don Ray (From his only album release ‘The Garden of Love’ from Marc Cerrone’s French production company/label Malligator Records set-up … named Raymond Donnez whose arrangement ands musicianship was featured on many French recordings)

(Strut your stuff) Sexy Lady  – Young & Company (Named after the three brothers – William, Michael & Kenneth Young and the rest of the band … released on Brunswick Records in the U.S.A. and licensed to Excaliber in the U.K.)

My joy  –  Nulife feat. Kenny Bobien (Nulife was a pseudonym for dj/writer/producer & record label owner Frankie Feliciano … “Godfather of Gospel-House” – Kenny is the lyricist – released on Frankie’s  Ricantruction Records)

Trax featured Etta James, Salsoul Orchestra, James Brown, Dj Spen & The MuthaFunkaz

Silent Night  –  Etta James (Named Jamesetta Hawkins and she was discovered Johnny Otis who changed her professional name – he also  included his touring review … she was later recorded for Modern, Kent & Chess Records)

God rest ye merry gentlemen  –  Salsoul Orchestra (After the success of ‘Christmas Jollies’ – Salsoul decided it would be appropiate to for a second Christmas album … with Patrick Adams at the helm using his various musical associates)

Santa Claus go straight to the Ghetto  –  James Brown (From the album ‘A Soulful Christmas’ – with “Soul Brother No.1” James Brown dressed up on the album cover as Santa … written by Pee Wee Ellis, Hank Ballard & Charles Bobbit)

Our First Christmas  –  Dj Spen and The MuthaFunkaz  (Released on the Japan’s “Grand Gallery presents Christmas Time” compilation cd – Sean Spencer was part of ‘The Basement Boys’ before forming the Baltimore based “The MuthaFunkaz” – a Gospel-House loosely based vocal group)