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THE TRAMMPS: THE TRAMMPS III (BBR)
The group’s third for Atlantic Records, but fifth release overall, is wall-to-wall, or track-to-track, dance. Wonderfully exciting and compulsive listening, with only a couple or so downsides. From the opening track “The Nights The Lights Went Out”, the relentless, driving, stomping grooves hit the atmosphere, and we forget our everyday life to become immersed in the group’s music. This monster disco/funk sound is carried over into “People Of The World, Rise”, interrupted by a more harder edge...
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The Trammps November 1975 Interview
With "Hold Back The Night" literally one step away from topping the British soul charts, now is the ideal time to trace back the long and interesting ...
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The Trammps May 1974 Interview
IN TRUE Philadelphia style, Trammps are currently loitering with intent on the British soul charts with the first release on the Philadelphia Internat...
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The Trammps February 1976 Interview
THIS FEATURE could so easily have been devoted to — wait for it! — Bummie & the Bums! Who is this Bummie character I can hear you chortle? None other ...
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The Trammps June 1978 Interview
The re-release of "Disco Inferno," by way of its success in Saturday Night Fever, could give Trammps their first gold disc. B&S talks to Earl Young an...
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The Trammps August 1979 Interview
IF there is such a thing as disco-land's favourite group, then that would surely have to be Trammps — five young men from Philadelphia who have been m...
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