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Disco Inferno
     

Disco Inferno

by The Trammps
 

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The success of the title track, featured in Saturday Night Fever, likely overshadowed the remainder of the album. Disco Inferno, the second full-length the Trammps released in 1976, features five other cuts, all of which are laced with the kind of Philly soul-rooted elegance heard on the group's

Overview

The success of the title track, featured in Saturday Night Fever, likely overshadowed the remainder of the album. Disco Inferno, the second full-length the Trammps released in 1976, features five other cuts, all of which are laced with the kind of Philly soul-rooted elegance heard on the group's biggest hit, with the likes of Norman Harris, Allan Felder, Ron Kersey, and Ron Tyson involved with the songwriting, arranging, and production. "I Feel Like I've Been Livin' (On the Dark Side of the Moon)" was the only other charting single, but at least two others -- especially the opening "Body Contact Contract" -- deserved regular rotation.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/16/1991
Label:
Warner Bros Mod Afw
UPC:
0075678223723
catalogNumber:
18211
Rank:
53002

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Performance Credits

Trammps   Primary Artist
Jimmy Ellis   Vocals,Group Member
Ronald Baker   Bass
Carla Benson   Background Vocals
Evette Benton   Background Vocals
T.G. Conway   Keyboards
Robert Cupit   Conga
Don Renaldo   Background Vocals
Bobby Eli   Guitar
Allan Felder   Tambourine
Bruce Gray   Keyboards
Norman Harris   Guitar
Barbara Ingram   Background Vocals
Carlton "Cotton" Kent   Keyboards
Ron Kersey   Keyboards
T.J. Tindall   Guitar
Ron Tyson   Tambourine
Robert Upchurch   Vocals,Baritone,Baritone (Vocal),Lead,Group Member
Harold Wade   Tenor Saxophone,Tenor (Vocal),Group Member
Stanley Wade   Tenor Saxophone,Tenor (Vocal),Group Member
Larry Washington   Conga
Earl Young   Bass,Bass (Vocal),Drums,Vocals,Group Member
Ron Baker   Bass,Bass Guitar

Technical Credits

Jimmy Ellis   Contributor
Ronald Baker   Arranger,Producer
T.G. Conway   Arranger
Dirk Devlin   Engineer
Norman Harris   Arranger,Producer
Ron Kersey   Arranger,Producer
Jay Mark   Remixing
Carl Paroulo   Engineer
Flash Wilson   Contributor
Earl Young   Producer
Carl Paruolo   Engineer
Bob Defrin   Art Direction
Ron Baker   Arranger,Composer,Producer
Frank Moscati   Original Photography
Abie Sussman   Art Direction
Charles White   Illustrations,Original Cover Artwork

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