The Trammps - That's Where The Happy People Go flac album
Title: That's Where The Happy People Go
MP3 album: 1369 mb
FLAC album: 1593 mb
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This Is Where the Happy People Go: The Best of the Trammps. 85 more albums featuring this track. The Trammps are an American soul music group, known for being based in Philadelphia and being one of the first disco bands. The band's first major success was with their 1972 cover version of "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart".
I used to spend most of my time Just being alone, yes, I did Nothing to do, no place to go Just stayed at home. So I put my blues upon the shelf And I made up my mind To live a little myself So I went on down to a disco. Disco, that's where The happy people go (Happy people go) And they're just dancing along To a perfect song at the disco. Disco, that's where The happy people go And they're just dancing along To a perfect song at the disco. Now listen, all my friends They wonder what's come over me They all say I'm not the Same old guy I used to be, yeah . Oh, yeah Keep on, keep on Keep on. That's Where the Happy People Go" Track Info. Written By Ronnie Baker.
The Trammps chronology. Where the Happy People Go (1976). Disco Inferno (1976). The Trammps III (1977). Disco Inferno is the fourth studio album by American soul-disco group, The Trammps, released in 1976 through Atlantic Records. 1 Commercial performance. That's Where the Happy People Go". "Disco Party".
Trammps (Extended Version). The Trammps Christmas. See All. Just Bruni - EP. Bruni Pagan. Disco Classics: Sam Records Extended Play, Vol. 2. Various Artists. 20 Glittering Greats - the Original Hit Recordings. The Woodwork) Squeaks.
If the Trammps were assembled to perform only disco songs, then Where the Happy People Go supports that notion - in a good way. Every selection here rings with disco. The first release from this dance album was the melodic "That's Where the Happy People G. It broke into the Billboard R&B Top 20 at number 12, staying on the charts for 16 weeks.
Quite possibly the best record ever by The Trammps – halfway between their roots in the early 70s east coast indie club scene, and the smoother approach of their later disco hits! The set is prime Sigma Sound disco – with strong harmonies by the group in a post-Spinners mode, and plenty of help from Philly regulars like Bobby Eli, Norman Harris, and Ron Baker – who maintain a core rhythm that really help the record groove! The whole thing is great – with long tracks, but still a great focus.
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|A||That's Where The Happy People Go||3:14|
|B||That's Where The Happy People Go||4:56|
- Distributed By – WEA Filipacchi Music
- Printed By – Grimoffset
- Arranged By, Written-By – Ron Baker
- Producer – Ron Baker, Norman Harris, Earl Young*
"Ed. BURMA EAST MUSIC CO. BMI"
"EN FACE B/ VERSION EXTRA LONGUE"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: SACEM
- Matrix / Runout (On Label, A-Side): STA-31.467
- Matrix / Runout (On Label, B-Side): STA-31.468
- Matrix / Runout (On Runout, A-Side): 10703A
- Matrix / Runout (On Runout, B-Side): 10703B
|45-3306||The Trammps||That's Where The Happy People Go (Long Version) (7", Single)||Atlantic||45-3306||US||1976|
|10703||The Trammps||That's Where The Happy People Go (7")||Atlantic||10703||Belgium||1975|
|90.006||The Trammps||Where The Happy People Go (7")||Atlantic||90.006||Brazil||1977|
|SAM 63||The Trammps||That's Where The Happy People Go (Long Version) (12", Single, Promo)||Atlantic||SAM 63||UK||1975|
|ATL 10703||The Trammps||That's Where The Happy People Go (7")||Atlantic||ATL 10703||Netherlands||1975|