30 October 2010

Great disco at Soundsofthe70s today with this special pick:

Alton McClain - More of you 1979 (Polydor)
Robert Brookins / Madeline Carroll / Terry Mc Fadden

Guitars: Paul M. Jackson / Wah Wah Watson / L. Marlo Henderson
Percussion : Jack Ashford
Drims: James Gadsen
Bass: Nathan L. Watts

Original 1979 US pressing LP vinyl rip with 1979 Accuphase (Japan) HIFI system

"More of you" is a great 1979 disco track from Alton McClain second album. The quality of Alton's band (see the lineup) and music surely had to do with producer and arranger Frank E. Wilson as well as to the fact that Alton was friend (and eventually married) with legendary songwriter producer Skip Scarborough. The band arrived late in the 70s and was bound to be short-lived as time changed...

Although the counter speaks, comments are always welcome!


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T-Bird said...

nice track--skip scarborough related? SUPER-cool.

verystupidhead said...

Great track, seems to be only available in Vinyl..shame cheers luv it !