Mixin' It Up

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Mixin' It Up
Mixin' It Up The Trammps album.jpeg
Studio album by The Trammps
Released 1980
Studio Sigma Sound Studios
(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Total Experience Recording Studios
(Hollywood, California)
Genre Disco
Label Atlantic
Producer Earl Young, Ron Kersey, Ron Baker
The Trammps chronology
The Whole World's Dancing
(1979)The Whole World's Dancing1979
Mixin' It Up
(1980)
Slipping Out
(1980)Slipping Out1980
Singles from Mixin ' It Up
  1. "Hard Rock And Disco"
    Released: 1980

Mixin' It Up is the seventh studio album by American soul-disco group, The Trammps, released in 1980 through Atlantic Records.

Commercial performance[edit]

The album features the single "Hard Rock and Disco", which peaked at No. 76 on the Hot Dance Club Play chart.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Earl Young, except where noted.

Side one
No.TitleLength
1."Hard Rock and Disco"6:44
2."You Can Make It"3:53
3."Music Freek"4:58
4."Dance Contest"4:07
Side two
No.TitleLength
5."Everybody Boogie"5:21
6."V.I.P."5:09
7."Let Me Dance Real Close" (Ron Kersey, Leroy Green)4:15
8."Wake Up from Yesterday" (Ron Baker)3:25

Personnel[edit]

The Trammps
  • Earl Young
  • Harold Wade
  • Stanley Wade
  • Robert Upchurch
  • Jimmy Ellis
Additional Personnel
  • Norman Harris, T.J. Tindall, Roland Chambers, Bobby Eli – guitars
  • Ronnie Baker, Vince Fay – bass
  • Eugene Curry, Cotton Kent, Ron Kersey, Bruce Gray, Lenny Pakula – keyboards
  • Earl Young – drums
  • Vincent Montana Jr. – vibraphone
  • Larry Washington, James Walker, Weldon McDougall – percussion
  • Don Renaldo & His Strings – strings (except on "Let Me Dance Real Close" strings by Paul Schorr & His Strings)
  • Reuben Henderson, Harold Watkins, Artie Williams, Joseph Smithers, Jr. – horns (except on "Let Me Dance Real Close" horns by Maurice Spears & His Horns)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "US Charts > The Trammps". Billboard. Retrieved 25 May 2017.

External links[edit]