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)

Trax feat. John White, Gloria Gaynor, Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd Street Band, Adeva

Don’t let it be too late  –  John White (Whilst looking for this album – i went into a record shop and asked : ‘Have you got John White, Scott White or Karen White’ the assistant replied ‘No but i have Barry White’ … released on Geffen Records, this trak was part of Orpheus Productions – the company who gave us Freddie Jackson, Meli’sa Morgan et al )

Honey Bee  –  Gloria Gaynor (Assigned to a production company called “Disco Corporation of America”,  this was the second version of the trak – original released on Columbia Records now Sony … from the album ‘Never can say goodbye’ which was mixed by Tom Moulton – inventor of the 12 inch single)

Do your thing  –  Charles Wright & Watts 103rd Street Band (Signed to “Warner 7 Arts Records at the early part of his career where he started releasing albums before it became the norm … Funk was the order of the day)

I thank you  –  Adeva (The first female House/Garage superstar Patrica Daniels introduced to the world ‘The New Jersey Sound’ – from her self-titled album … Louie Vega has given the Garage/House populous an opportunity to hear her vocalson his XXVIII album)

Trax featured The Whispers, Gloria Gaynor, Bootsy’s Rubber Band, Quentin Harris

A song for Donny  –  The Whispers (a tribute to Donny Hathaway  –  his original song was called This Christmas but was re-named & re-lyric-ed by Carrie Lucas after his death)

Casanova Brown  – Gloria Gaynor (the story of Little Red Riding Hood – the Big Bad Wolf was up to ‘no good’)

Stretching out (on a rubber band) – Bootsy’s Rubber Band (the Funkin’ of Casper -the friendly ghost)

Can’t stop – Quentin Harris  (lead vocals Jason Walker – a L.A. & Babyface composition an original for After 7)