Old School, Vol. 5

Old School, Vol. 5

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Old School, Vol. 5

Thump's Old School series contains funk and soul singles from the '70s and '60s. Each volume contains 14 tracks, and while each disc is a little uneven, each has some highlights and classic songs. Among the highlights on Vol. 5 are "Call Me," "Murphy's Law, " "Chaka Khan, " "GQ, " "West Coast Poplock, " "Let's Celebrate" and "Meeting in the Ladies Room."

Product Details

Release Date: 11/15/1994
Label: Thump Records
UPC: 0039405405028
catalogNumber: 4050
Rank: 59639

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Klymaxx   Track Performer
Rufus   Track Performer
Aurra   Track Performer
Skyy   Track Performer
GQ   Track Performer
Denroy Morgan   Track Performer
Captain Rapp   Track Performer
Chaka Khan   Track Performer
Evelyn "Champagne" King   Track Performer
Shock   Track Performer
Kimberly Ball   Track Performer
Cheri   Track Performer
Ronnie Hudson   Track Performer
Freestyle Express   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Marlon McClain   Producer
Geraldine Hunt   Producer
Morris Brown   Producer
Joyce "Fenderella" Irby   Composer
Jimmy Jam   Producer
Curt Jones   Composer
Terry Lewis   Producer
Alberto Lopez   Executive Producer
Bert Reid   Arranger,Producer
Kashif Saleem   Composer
Roger Sause   Producer
Steve Washington   Composer,Producer
Starleana Young   Composer
Randy Muller   Producer
Solomon Roberts   Producer
Bill Walker   Producer,Executive Producer
Freddie James   Producer
Pretty Tony   Producer
Jennifer Ivory   Composer
Philip Field   Composer
John E. Power   Producer
Ronnie Hudson   Producer
Garfield Baker   Composer

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Old School, Vol. 5 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I like your taste of artists,to use more than one song by the same group on a Mixed CD is kind of showing a lack of interest in producing an Old School hit attack..