The set's titled after a massive 70s hit from this groundbreaking group – but it also really shows the full range of expression that the Trammps
unleased in the 70s – the kind of top-quality work that made them one of the key acts to go from the soul music underground to the top of the charts in the disco generation! Unlike some of their contemporaries, The Trammps
had a longer legacy in soul music – and come from that moment on the east coast scene where groups were picking up the pace slightly, and bringing older soul modes to the dancefloor – a move that the group does so well with well-crafted instrumentation, tight vocals, and a great ear for a song! That means that the Trammps
are a soul group first, and a disco group second – with a rich legacy of music that's finally presented here in one great package – a huge 8CD set that brings together all their albums from the late 70s, plus bonus tracks – along with notes on the group as well. The set features the full albums Trammps
, Legendary Zing Album, Where The Happy People Go, Disco Inferno, Trammps
III, Whole World's Dancing, Mixin It Up, and Slipping Out – plus bonus tracks from singles as well.