Saturday, 12 June 2010

Tony Camillo's Bazuka "Bazuka"

Tony Camillo's Bazuka

( LP A&M Records, 1975 )
Catalog # SP-3411

A1 - T.C.'s Inferno 7:14
A2 - Side Dish 5:05
A3 - Come To Me 3:29
A4 - Bazuka Limited 4:22
A5 - I'm Gonna Love Lovin' You 4:12
B1 - Love Explosion 5:26
B2 - Shark Bite 4:09
B3 - Walkin' Tall 3:40
B4 - Dynomite 5:10
B5 - Earthquake 2:55
B6 - T.C.'s Inferno (Reprise) 1:45

Personnel & Credits:
Artwork By [Direction] - Roland Young
Artwork By [Illustration] - Lou Beach
Backing Vocals - Jerry Knight , Joe Schkloven , Kenney Kerr
Engineer [Assistant] - Bob Clifford , Frank Koenig , Henry Borysewicz
Executive Producer - Bob Marcucci
Mastered By - Frank De Luna
Producer, Arranged By - Tony Camillo
Recorded By, Mixed By - David Domanich , Ed Stasium

Recorded at: Venture Sound Studio, Sounds of Somerville, New Jersey.
Ed Stasium is credited as Edward Stasium, Jr.

Bazuka was an American instrumental R&B group, put together by the record producer Tony Camillo.
They released a self-titled album on A&M Records in 1975 which featured the song "Dynomite" a #10 hit in the US Billboard pop chart that year. The single also peaked at #29 on the US R&B chart, #6 Hot Dance Club Play, and #11 Disco. The track peaked at #28 in the UK Singles Chart in June 1975. The follow up single, "Love Explosion", was less successful, peaking at #92 on the US R&B chart.
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By Celo


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Andy said...

Nice one Celo,I remember doing my thing to Dynomite at a family function,I was only 14 at the time,but it took me ages to get a copy.Def a big hint back in the day,cheers.

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