Where the Happy People Go

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Where the Happy People Go
Studio album by The Trammps
Released April 15, 1976
Recorded 1975-1976
Genre Disco
Length 40:42
Label Atlantic
Producer Baker, Harris, and Young
Ron "Have Mercy" Kersey
Bruce Gray
T.G. Conway
Alan Felder[1]
The Trammps chronology
Disco Inferno
(1976)
Where the Happy People Go
(1976)
The Trammps III
(1977)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[2]

Where the Happy People Go is an album released by the disco and funk group The Trammps in 1976.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Soul Searchin' Time" – 6:03 (Leroy Green, Norman Harris; arr. Ron Baker)
  2. "That's Where the Happy People Go" – 7:50 (Written & arranged By Ron Baker)
  3. "Can We Come Together" – 5:33 (Bruce Gray, T.G. Conway, Alan Felder; arr. T.G. Conway)
  4. "Disco Party" – 8:11 (Bruce Gray, T.G. Conway; arr. T.G. Conway)
  5. "Ninety-Nine and a Half (Won't Do)" – 5:07 (Eddie Floyd, Steve Cropper, Wilson Pickett; arr. Ron "Have Mercy" Kersey)
  6. "Hooked for Life" – 4:42 (Felder, Harris, Bunny Sigler; arr. Norman Harris)
  7. "Love Is a Funky Thing" – 3:16 (Written & arranged By Norman Harris)

Personnel[edit]

The Trammps[edit]

  • Jimmy Ellis: Vocal Lead
  • Stanley Wade: Bass Vocal
  • Harold Wade: Vocal
  • Robert Upchurch: Vocal
  • Earl Young: Drums, Vocal

Additional Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Produced By Ronnie Baker, Norman Harris, Earl Young, Ron "Have Mercy" Kersey, Bruce Gray, T.G. Conway & Alan Felder
  • Engineered By Carl Paruolo & Dirk Devlin
  • Mixed By Tom Moulton, with remix by Jay Mark
  • Mastered By Jose Rodriguez

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