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The Trammps' first album was viewed as an early disco effort, and while there is a good amount of disco here, it's fair to say that it's pretty Philly soul-rooted disco. The group were not an entirely faceless front for dance tracks, but a pretty solid harmonizing soul outfit, even if the mid-'70s Philly soul backing grooves are a little generic (if very accomplished). Three of these cuts had already been small R&B hits -- "Love Epidemic" (which seems to take no small inspiration from both the O'Jays' "Love Train" and James Brown's "Night Train"), "Where Do We Go From Here," and "Trusting Heart" -- though actually some other songs ("Stop and Think," "Save a Place," the B-side "I Know That Feeling") sound at least as worthy of single release. Away from the soul-funk-disco train, there was silky pillow talk balladry ("Every Dream I Dream Is You," "Down Three Dark Streets") and a lightly disco-fied cover of the Isley Brothers' "Shout," though it might have been the instrumental "Trammps Disco Theme" that pointed most firmly to their future successes. The 2002 CD reissue on Epic/Legacy adds three bonus tracks from the 1977 album Disco Champs that were actually recorded in 1973 and 1974, one of them an extended version of "Love Epidemic."
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1
Stop And Think Album Version
00:03:08

Jimmy Ellis, Vocal - Ronnie Baker, Producer - John Davis & The Monster Orchestra, Saxophone - Dennis Harris, Guitar - The Trammps, Performer - Earl Young, Producer - Earl Young, Vocal - Earl Young, Drums - John Hart, Vocal - John Hart, Organ - Michael Thompson, Drums - Ron Kersey, Vocal - Ron Kersey, Piano - Ronald Baker, Composer - Ronald Baker, Lyricist - Doc Wade, Vocal - Doc Wade, Guitar - Norman Harris, Producer - Fred Jointer, Trombone - Roger Stevens, Trumpet - Stan Wade, Vocal - Stan Wade, Bass

(P) 1975 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

2
Trusting Heart Album Version
00:03:17

Jimmy Ellis, Vocal - Ronnie Baker, Producer - John Davis & The Monster Orchestra, Saxophone - Dennis Harris, Guitar - The Trammps, Performer - Earl Young, Vocal - Earl Young, Producer - Earl Young, Drums - John Hart, Vocal - John Hart, Organ - Melvin Steals, Composer - Melvin Steals, Lyricist - Michael Thompson, Drums - Ron Kersey, Vocal - Ron Kersey, Piano - Doc Wade, Vocal - Doc Wade, Guitar - Norman Harris, Producer - Mervin Steals, Composer - Mervin Steals, Lyricist - Fred Jointer, Trombone - Roger Stevens, Trumpet - Stan Wade, Vocal - Stan Wade, Bass

(P) 1975 Sony Music Entertainment

3
Every Dream I Dream Is You Album Version
00:03:58

Jimmy Ellis, Vocal - Ronnie Baker, Producer - John Davis & The Monster Orchestra, Saxophone - Dennis Harris, Guitar - The Trammps, Performer - Earl Young, Vocal - Earl Young, Producer - Earl Young, Drums - John Hart, Vocal - John Hart, Organ - Michael Thompson, Drums - Ron Kersey, Vocal - Ron Kersey, Piano - Ronald Baker, Composer - Ronald Baker, Lyricist - Doc Wade, Vocal - Doc Wade, Guitar - Norman Harris, Producer - Fred Jointer, Trombone - Roger Stevens, Trumpet - Stan Wade, Vocal - Stan Wade, Bass

(P) 1975 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

4
Love Epidemic Album Version
00:04:47

Jimmy Ellis, Vocal - Ronnie Baker, Producer - John Davis & The Monster Orchestra, Saxophone - Dennis Harris, Guitar - The Trammps, Performer - Earl Young, Vocal - Earl Young, Producer - Earl Young, Drums - John Hart, Vocal - John Hart, Organ - Michael Thompson, Drums - Ron Kersey, Vocal - Ron Kersey, Piano - Doc Wade, Vocal - Doc Wade, Guitar - Leroy Green, Composer - Leroy Green, Lyricist - Norman Harris, Composer - Norman Harris, Producer - Norman Harris, Lyricist - Fred Jointer, Trombone - Roger Stevens, Trumpet - Stan Wade, Vocal - Stan Wade, Bass

(P) 1975 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

5
Save A Place Album Version
00:04:59

Jimmy Ellis, Vocal - Ronnie Baker, Producer - John Davis & The Monster Orchestra, Saxophone - Dennis Harris, Guitar - The Trammps, Performer - Earl Young, Producer - Earl Young, Vocal - Earl Young, Drums - John Hart, Vocal - John Hart, Organ - Michael Thompson, Drums - Ron Kersey, Vocal - Ron Kersey, Piano - Ronald Baker, Composer - Ronald Baker, Lyricist - Doc Wade, Vocal - Doc Wade, Guitar - Norman Harris, Producer - Fred Jointer, Trombone - Roger Stevens, Trumpet - Stan Wade, Vocal - Stan Wade, Bass

(P) 1975 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

6
Trammps Disco Theme Album Version
00:03:22

Jimmy Ellis, Vocal - Ronnie Baker, Producer - John Davis & The Monster Orchestra, Saxophone - Dennis Harris, Guitar - The Trammps, Performer - Earl Young, Vocal - Earl Young, Producer - Earl Young, Composer - Earl Young, Lyricist - Earl Young, Drums - John Hart, Vocal - John Hart, Organ - Michael Thompson, Drums - Ron Kersey, Vocal - Ron Kersey, Piano - Ronald Baker, Composer - Ronald Baker, Lyricist - Doc Wade, Vocal - Doc Wade, Guitar - Norman Harris, Composer - Norman Harris, Producer - Norman Harris, Lyricist - Fred Jointer, Trombone - Roger Stevens, Trumpet - Stan Wade, Vocal - Stan Wade, Bass

(P) 1975 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

7
Where Do We Go From Here? Album Version
00:03:43

Jimmy Ellis, Vocal - Ronnie Baker, Producer - John Davis & The Monster Orchestra, Saxophone - Dennis Harris, Guitar - The Trammps, Performer - Earl Young, Vocal - Earl Young, Producer - Earl Young, Drums - John Hart, Vocal - John Hart, Organ - Michael Thompson, Drums - Ron Kersey, Vocal - Ron Kersey, Piano - Ronald Baker, Composer - Ronald Baker, Lyricist - Doc Wade, Vocal - Doc Wade, Guitar - Norman Harris, Producer - Fred Jointer, Trombone - Roger Stevens, Trumpet - Stan Wade, Vocal - Stan Wade, Bass

(P) 1975 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

8
Down Three Dark Streets Album Version
00:04:59

Jimmy Ellis, Vocal - Ronnie Baker, Producer - John Davis & The Monster Orchestra, Saxophone - Dennis Harris, Guitar - The Trammps, Performer - Earl Young, Vocal - Earl Young, Producer - Earl Young, Drums - John Hart, Vocal - John Hart, Organ - Michael Thompson, Drums - Ron Kersey, Vocal - Ron Kersey, Piano - Ronald Baker, Composer - Ronald Baker, Lyricist - Doc Wade, Vocal - Doc Wade, Guitar - Norman Harris, Producer - Fred Jointer, Trombone - Roger Stevens, Trumpet - Stan Wade, Vocal - Stan Wade, Bass

(P) 1975 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

9
I Know That Feeling Album Version
00:03:09

Jimmy Ellis, Vocal - Ronnie Baker, Producer - John Davis & The Monster Orchestra, Saxophone - Dennis Harris, Guitar - The Trammps, Performer - Earl Young, Vocal - Earl Young, Producer - Earl Young, Drums - John Hart, Vocal - John Hart, Organ - Michael Thompson, Drums - Ron Kersey, Vocal - Ron Kersey, Piano - Ronald Baker, Composer - Ronald Baker, Lyricist - Doc Wade, Vocal - Doc Wade, Guitar - Norman Harris, Producer - Fred Jointer, Trombone - Roger Stevens, Trumpet - Stan Wade, Vocal - Stan Wade, Bass

(P) 1975 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

10
Shout Album Version
00:03:30

Jimmy Ellis, Vocal - Ronnie Baker, Producer - John Davis & The Monster Orchestra, Saxophone - Dennis Harris, Guitar - Earl Young, Vocal - Earl Young, Producer - Earl Young, Drums - The Trammps, Performer - John Hart, Vocal - John Hart, Organ - Michael Thompson, Drums - Ron Kersey, Vocal - Ron Kersey, Piano - Doc Wade, Vocal - Doc Wade, Guitar - Norman Harris, Producer - Fred Jointer, Trombone - Roger Stevens, Trumpet - O'Kelly Isley, Composer - O'Kelly Isley, Lyricist - Stan Wade, Vocal - Stan Wade, Bass - Rudolph Isley, Composer - Rudolph Isley, Lyricist - Ronald Isley, Composer - Ronald Isley, Lyricist

(P) 1975 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

11
Oh Waa Hey Album Version
00:02:38

Fred Jointer, Trombone - Norman Harris, Producer - Stanley Wade, Composer - Stanley Wade, Lyricist - Jack Hart, Composer - Jack Hart, Lyricist - Ronnie Baker, Producer - Jimmy Ellis, Vocal - Michael Thompson, Composer - Michael Thompson, Drums - Michael Thompson, Lyricist - John Hart, Vocal - John Hart, Organ - Earl Young, Vocal - Earl Young, Producer - Earl Young, Composer - Earl Young, Drums - Earl Young, Lyricist - Doc Wade, Vocal - Doc Wade, Guitar - Ron Kersey, Piano - Ron Kersey, Vocal - The Trammps, Performer - John Davis & The Monster Orchestra, Saxophone - Harold Wade, Composer - Harold Wade, Lyricist - Roger Stevens, Trumpet - Dennis Harris, Composer - Dennis Harris, Guitar - Dennis Harris, Lyricist - Stan Wade, Vocal - Stan Wade, Bass - James Ellis, Composer - James Ellis, Lyricist

(P) 1977 Sony Music Entertainment

12
Just Say the Word Album Version
00:04:32

Jimmy Ellis, Vocal - Ronnie Baker, Producer - John Davis & The Monster Orchestra, Saxophone - Dennis Harris, Guitar - The Trammps, Performer - Earl Young, Vocal - Earl Young, Producer - Earl Young, Drums - John Hart, Vocal - John Hart, Organ - Michael Thompson, Drums - Ron Kersey, Vocal - Ron Kersey, Piano - Ronald Baker, Composer - Ronald Baker, Lyricist - Doc Wade, Vocal - Doc Wade, Guitar - Norman Harris, Producer - Fred Jointer, Trombone - Roger Stevens, Trumpet - Stan Wade, Vocal - Stan Wade, Bass

(P) 1977 Sony Music Entertainment

13
Love Epidemic Extended Version
00:05:58

Jimmy Ellis, Vocal - Ronnie Baker, Producer - John Davis & The Monster Orchestra, Saxophone - Dennis Harris, Guitar - The Trammps, Performer - Earl Young, Vocal - Earl Young, Producer - Earl Young, Drums - John Hart, Vocal - John Hart, Organ - Michael Thompson, Drums - Ron Kersey, Vocal - Ron Kersey, Piano - Doc Wade, Vocal - Doc Wade, Guitar - Leroy Green, Composer - Leroy Green, Lyricist - Norman Harris, Composer - Norman Harris, Producer - Norman Harris, Lyricist - Fred Jointer, Trombone - Roger Stevens, Trumpet - Stan Wade, Vocal - Stan Wade, Bass

(P) 1977 Sony Music Entertainment

Descriptif de l'album

The Trammps' first album was viewed as an early disco effort, and while there is a good amount of disco here, it's fair to say that it's pretty Philly soul-rooted disco. The group were not an entirely faceless front for dance tracks, but a pretty solid harmonizing soul outfit, even if the mid-'70s Philly soul backing grooves are a little generic (if very accomplished). Three of these cuts had already been small R&B hits -- "Love Epidemic" (which seems to take no small inspiration from both the O'Jays' "Love Train" and James Brown's "Night Train"), "Where Do We Go From Here," and "Trusting Heart" -- though actually some other songs ("Stop and Think," "Save a Place," the B-side "I Know That Feeling") sound at least as worthy of single release. Away from the soul-funk-disco train, there was silky pillow talk balladry ("Every Dream I Dream Is You," "Down Three Dark Streets") and a lightly disco-fied cover of the Isley Brothers' "Shout," though it might have been the instrumental "Trammps Disco Theme" that pointed most firmly to their future successes. The 2002 CD reissue on Epic/Legacy adds three bonus tracks from the 1977 album Disco Champs that were actually recorded in 1973 and 1974, one of them an extended version of "Love Epidemic."
© Richie Unterberger /TiVo

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