pegasus

Let´s disco…

With The successful introduction of The Bottom Line´s first album to six European countries, the U.S. and Mexico the same group of musicians, with the addition of Quitman Dennis and vocalist Trish Turner, returned to the A&M Studios in the Fall of 1974 to record two more albums , “Pegasus” & Makin´Tracks”.

These albums incorporated a strange new instrument, the Moog synthesizer, now a revered antique.

Inventive saxman Quitman filtered some of his performances through a “bag” and re-recorded the track through a microphone to get his unique and original sound.

Discography

Pegasus

A&M Records 1974

Tracks: Fly, Pegasus, Treat Her Like A Lady, Down And Dirty, Touch The One You Love, Let Me Love You, Shake That Funky Thing, Wishin’ I’d Never Known You, Bonus Tracks: Fly (Extended Version), Midnight Flyer (from Midnight Flyer “Makin’ Tracks”), Ride (from Midnight Flyer “Makin’ Tracks”) & Hallelujah (from Midnight Flyer “Makin’ Tracks”).

Musicians on the Pegasus album: David Foster, Jay Graydon, Mike Baird, Jack Conrad, Steve Forman, Quitman Chuck Findley, Jim Horn, Gary Herbig, Chas Higgins, Ray Kennedy, Mentor Williams, Bobby Findley, Dalton Smith, Slyde Hyde, Gary Grant, Lee McElfresch & Trish Turner.

Makin´Tracks

A&M Records 1974

Tracks: I Just Want To Love You, Makin´Tracks, Darkest Hour, Take A Chance, Midnight Flyer, L.A. Spiritual, Ride & Hallelujah.

Musicians on the Makin´Tracks album: David Foster, Jay Graydon, Mike Baird, Jack Conrad, Steve Forman, Quitman Chuck Findley, Jim Horn, Gary Herbig, Chas Higgins, Ray Kennedy, Mentor Williams, Bobby Findley, Dalton Smith, Slyde Hyde, Gary Grant, Lee McElfresch & Trish Turner.

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