Pleasure Train

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Pleasure Train
Studio album by Teri DeSario
Released October 21, 1978
Recorded February, late summer 1978
Criteria Studios, Miami ("Ain't Nothing Gonna Keep Me From You")
Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, Muscle Shoals, Alabama
Genre Disco
Label Casablanca
Producer Ron Albert & Howard Albert, Denny Randall, Barry Gibb, Albhy Galuten, Karl Richardson
Teri DeSario chronology
n/a Pleasure Train
Moonlight Madness

Pleasure Train (Casablanca NBLP 7115)[1] is the first album from singer, songwriter, producer and composer Teri DeSario.

The album includes the disco hits: "Ain't Nothing Gonna Keep Me From You" which was written and co-produced by Barry Gibb. The version featured on this album is different from the 12 inch version.[2] Also included was, "You're the Stuff Dreams are Made Of" which peaked at number forty-one on the disco chart.[3]


  • Produced by: Ron Albert, Howard Albert and Denny Randall escept on "Sometime Kind of Thing" by Ron and Howarld Albert and on "Ain't Nothing Gonna Keep Me from You" by Barry Gibb, Albhy Galuten and Karl Richardson
  • Engineered by: Bill Fair and David Yates
  • Label: Casablanca
  • Release date: October 21, 1978

Track listing[edit]

Side one

Side two

    1. "Ain't Nothing Gonna Keep Me From You" (Barry Gibb) - 3:52
    2. "Just Another Song And Dance Man" (Denny Randell, Sandy Linzer) - 3:01
    3. "Someone Kind Of Thing" (Betty Wright, Clay Cropper, Elise Kratish) - 2:44
    4. "Baby, I Don't Want Your Love" (Bill Purse, Teri DeSario) - 3:08
    5. "Loving You The First Time" (Bill Purse, Teri DeSario) - 3:45


On Ain't Nothing Gonna Keep Me From You:

The Boneroo Horns

  • Peter Graves
  • Whit Sidener
  • Ken Faulk
  • Neil Bonsanti
  • Vinnie Tianno
  • Chris Colclesser
  • Mike Lewis
  • Karl Richardson - recording engineer

CD release[edit]

Gold Legion released Pleasure Train on CD in early June, 2012 as an expanded edition. The tracklisting included the extended 12" versions of Ain't Nothing Gonna Keep Me from You and The Stuff Dreams are Made of.[4]

Cover versions[edit]

"It Takes a Man and A Woman" was revived by Filipina singer Sharon Cuneta under her 2006 album Isn't It Romantic and Iya Villania under her 2008 album Finally!.[5] On March 2013, it was covered by singer and actress Sarah Geronimo as the main title track for the movie of the same name for which she also starred in.[6] It was later included in Geronimo's tenth studio album, Expressions.


  1. ^ Disco
  2. ^ Disco Hits.
  3. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). Hot Dance/Disco: 1974-2003. Record Research. p. 76. 
  4. ^ "Teri DeSario: Pleasure Train". Retrieved 2012-08-23. 
  5. ^ [1][dead link]
  6. ^ "Long lines for 'It Takes a Man and a Woman' opening". 30 March 2013. ABS-CBN News. Retrieved 19 April 2013. 

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