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Ronnie Baker, Norman Harris, Earl Young. The Trammps chronology. The Legendary Zing Album (1975). The Legendary Zing Album is the debut studio album by American soul-disco group, The Trammps, released in 1975 through Buddah Records. 1 Commercial performance.
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Also known as Earl Young & The Trammps, Earl Young And The Trammps, Earl Young's Trammps, Fabulous Trammps, The, Legendary Tramps, The, Prammts, The, Trammps, Trammpspz, Trammpst, Tramps, Tramps Fabolous, The, Tramps, The, TT. Members of Trammps, The: Earl Young, Harold Wade, Jimmy Ellis (2), John Hart (9), Robert Upchurch, Ron Kersey, Stanley Wade. Burn The House, What Happened To The Music.
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Earl Young grew up on the street corners of Philadelphia and he always wanted to become a singer. In 1970 he enlisted the help of Norman Harris, Ron Baker, and. They recorded the single "Zing went the Strings of my Heart". In 1972 Neil Bogart would release the single on Buddha Records. Under the direction of BHY recorded seven albums. Receiving a gold album for "Disco Inferno". Platinum record for "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack and a Grammy as well.
MFSB drummer Earl Young along with bassist Ronnie Baker and engineer Joe Tarsia experimented with all kinds of techniques that resulted in the lush orchestral sounds that made the music of Philadelphia International instantly recognizable. For example Baker would use a rubber band on his bass that created an unique sound that perfectly complimented Young's eclectic drumming style. Earlier in 1975 they released their debut album "The Trammps" which contained "Stop And Think", a disco flavoured song that peaked at on the disco charts, but failed to make a dent in the pop charts, so it is largely unknown and thus forgotten.
|A||What Happened To The Music||5:15|
|B1||What Happened To The Music (Dub Mix)||5:49|
|B2||Trammp A Pella To The Music||2:45|
- Published By – Vincent Montana, Jr. Music Inc.
- Mixed By – Paul Simpson (tracks: B1, B2)
- Music By – Montana Sextet
- Producer, Arranged By, Conductor – Vincent Montana Jr.*
- Vocals – Herley Johnson*, Paul Todd , Reggie Todd, Bobby Todd*
- Written-By – J. Lattanzi*, V. Montana Jr.*
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B-Side: A Paul Simpson Mix
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|PSW 778||Earl Young's Trammps*||What Happened To The Music (12")||Philly Sound Works||PSW 778||US||1983|