Disco Inferno (album)

Disco Inferno
Studio album by The Trammps
Released December 29, 1976
Recorded Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia
Genre Disco
Length 42:24
Label Atlantic
Producer Norman Harris (tracks 1, 2 & 5), Ronald Baker (track 3), Earl Young (track 6) & Ron "Have Mercy" Kersey (track 4) for Baker-Harris-Young Productions
The Trammps chronology
Trammps
(1975)
Disco Inferno
(1976)
Where the Happy People Go
(1976)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic (4.5/5)[1]

Disco Inferno is an album released by the Trammps in 1976.

Contents

Track listing

Side A

  1. "Body Contact Contract" (Bruce Gray, Norman Harris, Jimmy Hendricks) – 6:55
  2. "Starvin'" (Allan Felder, Norman Harris, Ronald Tyson, Earl Young) – 7:05
  3. "I Feel Like I've Been Livin' (On the Dark Side of the Moon)" (Ronald Baker) – 6:59

Side B

  1. "Disco Inferno" (Leroy Green, Ron Kersey) – 10:54
  2. "Don't Burn No Bridges" (T.G. Conway, Allan Felder, Ronald Tyson) – 6:00
  3. "You Touch My Hot Line" (Jerry Akins, Johnny Bellmon, Victor Drayton, Reginald Turner) – 4:23

Personnel[2]

The Trammps

  • Jimmy Ellis: Lead Vocal
  • Harold Wade: First Tenor
  • Stanley Wade: Second Tenor
  • Robert Upchurch: Lead & Baritone Vocal
  • Earl Young: Bass Vocal, Drums
  • with Flash Wilson: MC

Musicians

  • Ron "Have Mercy" Kersey, T.G. Conway, Bruce Gray, Carlton Kent: Keyboards
  • Norman Harris, Bobby Eli, T.J. Tindall: Guitars
  • Ronald Baker: Bass
  • Larry Washington, Robert Cupit: Congas
  • Allan Felder, Ronald Tyson: Tambourines
  • Barbara Ingram, Carla Benson, Evette Benton, Don Renaldo (with Renaldo's strings & horns): Vocal Backing

Production

  • Tracks 1, 2 & 4 published by Six Strings Ltd. Track 3 published by Burma East Ltd. Track 5 published by Golden Fleece-Top Bound. Track 6 published by Writers Music-Golden Fleece.
  • Arrangements By Norman Harris, Ronald Baker, Ron "Have Mercy" Kersey & T.G. Conway
  • Produced By Norman Harris, Ron "Have Mercy" Kersey, Ronald Baker & Earl Young
  • Engineered By Carl Paruolo & Dirk Devin; assisted by Arthur Stoppe, Peter Humphreys & Carla Bandini
  • Mixed By Tom Moulton
  • Remix: Jay Mark
  • Mastered By Jose Rodriguez

References

See also


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