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Players Association

Players Association

Players Association


Players Association were a New York based, Vanguard Records studio group, put together by drummer / arranger Chris Hills and Danny Weiss in 1977. Players Association recordings brought in session musicians such as Larry Coryell, Joe Farrell, David Sanborn, James Mtume, Mike Mandel and others. Whilst writing some of their own songs, the group mainly focused on covers of soul, funk and disco tunes. They became more disco-funk with jazz overtones, although the Association occasionally detoured into instrumental jazz-pop and quiet storm music. Read more on Last.fm
Players Association were a New York based, Vanguard Records studio group, put together by drummer / arranger Chris Hills and Danny Weiss in 1977. Players Association recordings brought in session musicians such as Larry Coryell, Joe Farrell, David Sanborn, James Mtume, Mike Mandel and others. Whilst writing some of their own songs, the group mainly focused on covers of soul, funk and disco tunes. They became more disco-funk with jazz overtones, although the Association occasionally detoured into instrumental jazz-pop and quiet storm music.

Their two biggest hits were "Disco Inferno", a cover of The Trammps tune, and their own composition, "Turn The Music Up!" "Disco Inferno" was an underground club hit in the US and the UK, most notable for the piercing solos from Michael and Randy Brecker. The Players Association never became well known, and its recordings received very little radio airplay; after the release of five albums between 1977 and 1981, the association ended. (via wikipedia) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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