Monday, 7 September 2009

Pam Todd & Love Exchange “Let’s Get Together”

Pam Todd & Love Exchange

Let’s Get Together
( LP Shyrlden Records, 1977 )
Catalog # SHLP-2001

A1 – Making Love
A2 – Can’t Hold This Feeling
A3 – Let’s Get Together
A4 – It Takes A Thief
B1 – Never On A Sunday
B2 – Popeye Disco
B3 – Put On A Happy Face

Arranged By – Greg Carmichael , Kenny Seymour
Artwork By [Art Direction] – Greg Carmichael
Artwork By [Design] – Michael Richman
Engineer – Pat Jaques
Engineer [Assistant] – Tommy O’Connell
Guitar – George Victory
Photography – Victor Carew
Producer – Greg Carmichael

Recorded at C.I. Recording Studio / 100 West 57th Street, N.Y.C.

Pam Todd is best remembered for her work with underground disco hero Greg Carmichael, a producer noted for his spacy, funky sound and heavy use of Moog synthesizers and other electronics (usually in tandem with Patrick Adams, but not in this case). Carmichael helmed Todd's first LP, 1977's Let's Get Together, which was credited to Pam Todd & Love Exchange and featured the cult items "Making Love," "Can't Hold This Feeling," and the title track. Carmichael was gone when Todd recorded her follow-up album, Together, in 1978, but the sound was similarly spacy; this time credited to Pam Todd & the Gold Bullion Band, the record also produced a minor club hit in "Baise Moi (Kiss Me)."
By Steve Huey (AMG)

By Celo

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