Wednesday, 2 September 2009

Eddie Drennon & The B.B.S. Unlimited ”Would You Dance To My Music”

Eddie Drennon & The B.B.S. Unlimited

Would You Dance To My Music
( LP Casablanca Records, 1977 )
Catalog # NBLP 7062
*Also on Pye Records NSPL 28235

A1 Would You Dance To My Music (7:00)
Written-By – Eddie Drennon
A2 That’s Just Too Bad (5:02)
Written-By – Norris Berry
A3 Come Dance With Me (2:24)
Written-By – Eddie Drennon
A4 Save Your Love For Me (4:30)
Written-By – Rugene Spruill
B1 If You Really Don’t Love Me (5:52)
Written-By – Eddie Drennon
B2 Someday, Someway (4:23)
Written-By – Thomas Newman
B3 Never Let Me Go (4:39)
Written-By – Eddie Drennon
B4 Searching For Some Love (4:59)
Written-By – Eddie Drennon

Engineer [Assistant] – Rocky Schnarrs
Engineer [Remix], Recorded By – Arthur Stoppe
Mixed By – Tom Moulton
Other [Art Director] – Phyllis Chotin
Other [Design, Graphics] – Stephen Lumel
Photography – Ron Slenzak
Producer – Joe Bana
Producer, Arranged By – Eddie Drennon

Produced for My Way Productions
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: US
Released: 1977

Eddie Drennon Biography:
Bo Diddley’s music director and electric violinist from 1966 until 1967, and a former sideman for Mongo Santamaria, Ray Barretto and Ike and Tina Turner, Eddie Drennon brought a Latin edge to the disco era of the 1970s. Scoring a major disco hit, in 1975, with “Let’s Do The Latin Hustle”, Drennon went on to record three dance-inspiring albums with Eddie Drennon And BBS Unlimited, in the late-1970s, and produce New York-based salsa and charanga band, Orquesta Novel, in 1981 and 1982.
A veteran of the Washington, DC club scene, Drennon was “discovered” by Harlem-born Afro-Caribbean bandleader, Lou Perez, in the early-1960s. With Perez’s encouragement, he relocated to New York, where he worked with Pupi Legarreta, Don Ganzalo Fernandez’s Super Tipica De Estrellas, Tipica Ideal and Charanga America.
By Craig Harris (AMG)

By Pier

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