released 1976 by ABC/Dunhill Records
USA : ABC/Dunhill Records
- LP - ABCD-973
UK : ABC - LP - 5209-ABCL
Kenny Hamber (lead Vocals)
Kenny Roane (drums, lead vocals on track 8, backgroundvocals)
Herman Pittman (bass)
Carlton Pina (piano, clavinet, electric piano, talking box,
Buddy Monterio (electric guitar, background vocals)
Donald Livramento (1st and 2nd tenor sax, background vocals)
Ricky Barros (trumpet, background vocals)
Vincent , aka Vinnie Cusano (electric guitar)
Lee Demers (mutrone solo on track 6)
Irving Spice (strings)
Produced by Ralph Calabrese for Paul Leka and Billy Rose II.
Recorded at Connecticut Recording Studios, Inc. Bridgeport, Connecticut.
* Long considered to be a
rare demo recording in the vein of Luther
Vandross , the song “This Song’s For You Mama” has turned up on a 1976 album by a Connecticut band known as the Hitchhikers.
Extra Notes : (by
Gill / KISSfaq)
Paul Leka had co-written (with
Dale Frasier and Gary DeCarlo)
the 1969 #1 hit "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye," which has
become a popular crowd chant at sporting events. Paul Leka owned
Connecticut Recording Studios where Vinnie Vincent did session
Black Satin, and other acts.