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Trammps, The

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Can't Hold Back Trammps

Profile by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 11 November 1975

WITH 'Hold Back The Night' literally one step away from topping the British soul charts, now is the ideal time to trace back the long ...

"All You'll Ever Be Is A Bunch Of Trammps"

Interview by David Hancock, Record Mirror, 22 November 1975

TRACKING DOWN the Trammps: you'd think a group who had three big hits this year would be easy to find, right? ...

The Trammps: Zing Went Bummie And The Bums...!

Profile and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 17 February 1976

THIS FEATURE could so easily have been devoted to – wait for it! – Bummie & the Bums! Who is this Bummie character I can ...

The Trammps: Disco Inferno (Atlantic)

Review by John Morthland, Creem, April 1977

If Where the Happy People Go showed the Trammps moving perilously close to routine disco, this followup is proof positive that good things can still ...

The Trammps: Roseland Ballroom, New York NY

Live Review by Joe McEwen, Rolling Stone, 5 May 1977

A YEAR AND a half ago, the Trammps were a band of promise. They were also a lot of fun. Presided over by MFSB drummer ...

Best Dressed Trammps You Ever Did See

Interview by John Abbey, David Nathan, Blues & Soul, 2 August 1977

"WE FEEL that maybe this one is going to go straight to the top!" exclaims Harold 'Doc' Wade, one member of the five-member Trammps who ...

How Chaplin Helped Give Birth To The Trammps

Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 20 June 1978

The re-release of 'Disco Inferno', by way of its success in Saturday Night Fever, could give Trammps their first gold disc. B&S talks to Earl ...

The Trammps: Disco's Favourite Sons

Report and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, August 1979

IF THERE is such a thing as disco-land's favourite group, then that would surely have to be Trammps – five young men from Philadelphia who ...

Interview: Tom Moulton

Interview by Bill Brewster,, September 1998

The man responsible for the 12" record talks about his incredible career ...


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