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B.T. Express

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If You Don't Believe Sly's Sinking...

Report by Vernon Gibbs, New Musical Express, 8 February 1975

...Look what a hole he's in. From New York VERNON GIBBS reports on the man's present crises, and on funk acts Kool, BT Express, and ...

BT Express: Do It ('Til You're Satisfied)

Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, 27 March 1975

DO IT ('Til You're Satisfied) resembles George McCrae's Rock Your Baby album in that it finds a persistent groove and stays with it unflaggingly from ...

B.T. Express-ions

Profile and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 16 September 1975

WHEN IT comes to disco funk, James Brown is perhaps no longer unrivalled since the arrival of the B.T. Express, who are proving to be ...

B.T. Express: Non-Stop (EMI International)

Review by Bob Fisher, New Musical Express, 27 September 1975

SIX MONTHS ago, with an album called Do It — Till You're Satisfied, The B.T. Express produced the major work to emerge from the ongoing ...

Tom Moulton, Father of the Disco Mix

Interview by Davitt Sigerson, Black Music, January 1976

TOM MOULTON is the behind-the-scenes figure of disco music. His name has appeared on the credits of discs by Gloria Gaynor, B.T. Express, Bobby Moore, ...

BT Express: Still Groovin' On The Right Track Baby

Report and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 27 July 1976

They came from virtually nowhere last year and set the whole world a-dancin'. Now, with the CBS promotion machine behind them, they're making the big ...

Rappin' with B.T. Express

Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, 19 October 1976

David Nathan gets the feedback from leader Bill Risbrook on how the band view things now that they're off and running with CBS. ...


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