Trax featured New York City, Ritchie Family, Parliament, Electra

Darling take me back  –  New York City (Male quartet based in N.Y. who released trax on Wes Farrel’s ‘Chelsea Records’ – produced by Thom Bell known for his productions on The Delfonics, The (Detroit) Spinners amongst others … Nile Rogers meet Bernard Edwards (Chic) whilst in their backing band)

Lady Champagne  –  Ritchie Family ( Released within a medley and produced by Jacques Morali (Village People) … recorded at Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia – featuring the uncredited musicians of MFSB/Salsoul Orchestra & vocals by of ‘The Sweethearts of Sigma’ Barbara Ingram,Carla Benson & Evette Benton)

Gloryhallastoopid (Pin the tail on the funky)  –  Parliament (Parliament’s head honcho George Clinton signed with Neil Bogart’s Casablanca Records after a short sojourn with Holland, Dozier,  Holland’ Invictus Records … from the album of the same name)

Jibaro  –  Electra (With the invasion of ‘House Music’ in the U.K. –  Local Djs, writers & producers  decided to produce their version of this Chicago-an musical phenomenon – inspired by trax of the same name by ‘Elkin & Nelson’ … produced by Phil Harding & Ian Curnow, released by FFRR Records)

Trax feat. William DeVaughn, Bionic Boogie, Parliament, Donald Banks

Sing a love song  –  William DeVaughn (Released on Wes Farrell’ s Chelsea/Roxburgh Records … William wrote a few songs then headed to Philadelphia to record them, where the session men were some of MFSB known for their work with Philadelphia International & the arranger was John Davis later known for his Monster Orchestra )

When the shit hits the fan (Rocket Pocket)  –  Bionic Boogie (Not credited as the lead vocalist on this trak but Luther Vandross ‘s  vocals can clearly be heard on the studio creation devised by writer, arranger, producer – wunderkind Gregg Diamond)

Aqua Boogie (A Psychoalphadiscobetabioaquadoloop)  –  Parliament (Headed by George Clinton – this motley crew of Funksters were assigned to Casablanca’s Records … band members included William ‘Bootsy Collins & Bernie Worrell amongst others)

Status Quo  –  Donald Banks (Recorded at Bob Blank’s Blank Tape Studios, New York & released on Washington’s Kapitol Sity Records … “Hip Hop” mixed with a “GoGo’ beat this trak also had a political message)

Trax feat. Donna Summer, Linda Clifford, Parliament, Soul Vision

Black lady  –  Donna Summer (After marrying, Donna became Mrs. Sommer however, there was a mixed-up with her surname spelling … track from her fourth album “I remember yesterday” & written by Donna, Giorgio Moroder & Pete Bellotte)

You are, you are  – Linda Clifford (The ‘Queen of Curtom Records’ delivers this diamond  – from her second album “If my friends could see me now” … this trak written by Curtis Mayfield & produced by Gil Askey with background vocals courtesy of The Jones Girls)

Up the down stroke  –  Parliament (After contractual problems with his original band “The Parliaments – group leader George Clinton a changed direction and dropped the ‘s’ … signed to Casablanca Records before going unto P-Funk domination across the world)

Don’t stop  –  Soul Vision (Also known as “Kings of Tomorrow are Jose’ Burgos & Sandy Rivera … credited to D’Layna on some releases  – an original Bassclef/Deep Vision Records)