Brass Construction


Brass Construction

Brass Construction was a funk group from Brooklyn, New York. Signed in 1975 by internationally known pop artist and music industry veteran Sid Maurer and former Epic Records promotion man Fred Frank, they scored two Billboard Hot 100 entries in 1976 - the most successful being "Movin'," which hit #14. They had much more success on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, with nine chart entries, including "Movin'," which hit #1. Vocalist and keyboardist Randy Muller went on to score a number of R&B hits with Skyy.

Members included Wade Williamston, Sandy Billups, Morris Price, Larry Payton, Jesse Ward, Michael "Micky" Grudge, Wayne Parris, Joseph Arthur Wong, and Randy Muller.

Discography

Albums

* 1975 "Brass Construction"
* 1976 "Brass Construction II"
* 1977 "Brass Construction III"
* 1978 "Brass Construction IV"
* 1979 "Brass Construction V"
* 1980 "Brass Construction VI"
* 1982 "Attitudes"
* 1983 "Conversations"
* 1984 "Renegades"
* 1985 "Conquest"
* 2006 "Something For The Weekend" (Stateside Records) [http://www.statesiderecords.com]

ingles

(incomplete)

*"Movin'" (1976) US #14, R&B #1

UK Chart Hits

ee also

*List of Number 1 Dance Hits (United States)
*List of artists who reached number one on the US Dance chart
* [http://www.plazarecords.com Randy Muller's Official Site]


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