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. Rose Royce, Ritchie Family, Rahni Harris, Alex J

I wonder where you are tonight  –  Rose Royce (Motown veteran Norman Whitfield hired a group of  musicians for a soundtrak for a film about a working carwash – he also added a female vocalist to the band … he later assigned them to his Whitfield Records label)

Frenesi  –  Ritchie Family (After having minute success with a Disco instrumental – French producer Jacques Morali with business partner Henri Belolo struck on an idea of making a Disco album consisting of  South American trax on one side and Jacques’s own compositions on the other)

Six Million Steps  –  Rahni Harris & FLO (Released on “Inspirational Sounds” in the U.S. and on ‘Mercury Records’ in the U.K. … Rahni Harris is also known as Rahni Song who wore several musical hats whilst at Hush Productions – home of Meli’sa Morgan, Freddie Jackson, Melba Moore and others)

The Power of Love  – Alex J (Featured on the 3 trak “Do you believe in Soul” E.P. on New York’s Waako Records … inspired by “The New Jersey Sound” – a Chicago House beat with a Soul/Gospel vocal)

Trax feat. Dionne Warwick, Ritchie Family, Bunny Sigler, Keith Thompson Project Project feat. India

His house & me  –  Dionne Warwick (After the successful of the pairing of The (Detroit) Spinners & Dionne – producer Thom Bell was pencilled to produce her next album for Warners Brothers Records … apparently Thom liked having a conversation with the artists so with the help of co-writer Linda Creed they tailored the songs for them)

I feel Disco good  –  Ritchie Family (Female studio group created by Jacques Morali & Henri Bololo … French & Moroccan emigres sculptured this trio’s music for their “Can’t Stop Productions” company then license them to a variety of labels across the world)

Shake your booty  –  Bunny Sigler (Having released singles on a variety of local record labels including Cameo-Parkway – Bunny was signed to Philadelphia International as a writer/producer however being a natural performer he soon became a recording artist once again … featuring his recently discovered band from Trenton New Jersey)

Rhythm of Life  –  Keith Thompson Project feat. India (Also credited to Keith Thompson – co-written by Keith Thompson and produced by Tony Humphries .. released on Germany’s Underground Solution Records & released on Level 10 Music Works in U.S.A.)