Trammps - Rubber Band mp3 album
Album The Legendary Zing Album. The song by the Trammps goes to speak on an unfortunate breakup between two people with the story being likened to various things including the topic of the elasticity of a rubber band as well as mending of broken wings of a bird and a list of other various metaphors and similes. In this situation which there is sorrow there are pockmarks of hope as the singer sings of standing up and though the love has somewhat grown pale it is still there on one side of the broken relationship.
The Legendary Zing Album. Main genre: Soul, Funk, Disco. Tags: GTA. Was sampled in 10 songs see all.
The Trammps is the second studio album by American soul-disco group, The Trammps, released in 1975 through Golden Fleece Records. The album peaked at No. 30 on the R&B albums chart. It also reached No. 159 on the Billboard 200. The album features the singles "Love Epidemic", which peaked at No. 75 on the Hot Soul Singles chart, "Where Do We Go from Here", which charted at No. 44 on the Hot Soul Singles chart, and "Trusting Heart", which reached No. 72 on the Hot Soul Singles chart.
The Legendary Zing Album is the debut studio album by American soul-disco group, The Trammps, released in 1975 through Buddah Records. The album consists of tracks recorded in the early 1970s with the Philadelphia Soul sound
Album: The Legendary Zing Album, 1975. Has been played on. Germany 23.
Rubber Band (Album Version). Matrix, Runout: BDS 440 A-10X. Matrix, Runout: BDS 440 B-10X. Rubber Band (7", Single, Sol).
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Edited By – Alan McLachlan, Mike Brown
|B||Rubber Band (Album Version)|
- Arranged By – R. Baker*
- Mixed By – Tom Moulton
- Producer – R. Baker, N. Harris, E. Young*
- Written-By – Felder*, Harris*, Baker*
|BDS 440||Trammps*||Rubber Band (7", Promo)||Buddah Records||BDS 440||UK||1975|
|BDS 440||Trammps*||Rubber Band (7", Single, Kno)||Buddah Records||BDS 440||UK||1975|
|BDS 440||The Trammps||Rubber Band (7", Single)||Pye Records||BDS 440||Ireland||Unknown|