T.J.M.* ‎– TJM

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Casablanca ‎– NBLP 7172
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A1 I Don't Need No Music
Written-By – Arthur Baker, Larry Wedgeworth, Tony Carbone
9:43
A2 Put Yourself In My Place
Written-By – Alfie Davison
8:59
B1 Small Circle Of Friends
Written-By – Arthur Baker, Jonathan Klein, Larry Wedgeworth, Tina Klein-Baker
10:58
B2 Am I Dreaming
Written-By – Arthur Baker, Larry Wedgeworth, Alton T. Gholson*
7:58

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This version has 53 pressing plant ID on labels.
Version with pressing plant ID 72.

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  • Other (Pressing plant ID ): 53

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NBLP 7172 DJ T.J.M.* TJM(LP, Album, Promo) Casablanca NBLP 7172 DJ US 1979 Sell This Version
NBLP 7172 DJ T.J.M.* TJM(LP, Album, Promo) Casablanca NBLP 7172 DJ US 1979 Sell This Version
CDBBR 0050 T.J.M.* TJM(CD, Album, RE) Big Break Records CDBBR 0050 UK 2011 Sell This Version
NBLP 7172 T.J.M.* TJM(LP, Album) Casablanca NBLP 7172 US 1979 Sell This Version
NBLP 7172 T.J.M.* TJM(LP, Album, TP) Casablanca NBLP 7172 US 1979 Sell This Version

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WaxWarrior03

WaxWarrior03

November 24, 2015
This album was actually Arthur Baker's work from start to finish. In an interview he stated Tom's brother Jerry requested the master tapes from him, then Tom could be able to re-mix every track in favor to mix them out by Tom Moulton's vision. As to Baker, he didn't get any credits on the album's label but on the other hand I hope he got his royalty, at least.

m44-7

m44-7

July 12, 2014
it would be an all time favourite of mine if someone could remove the horrible whistle sound ruining the song. what was on their mind?
DomCasual

DomCasual

January 12, 2012
edited over 4 years ago
A classic disco album with some very enduring tracks, this is a project effectively split between Boston and Philadelphia. Apparently, Tom Moulton was being courted by Neil Bogart at the Casablanca label to release something under his own name, despite the fact that he was not a producer nor conductor. This album started as a slew of unfinished Boston disco productions by Arthur Baker and many of the local crew he worked with (Wedgeworth, Gholson, Carbone, Presto-- the last two were involved with North End with Baker). These productions were purchased for Moulton to finish later at the famed Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia. Under Moulton these were finished with some of the in-house Philly International players adding to the tracks. Interestingly Baker was not credited as a producer, but Moulton was, despite this the record shows a strong Boston imprint from the credits. With a house remix and several modern reissues, you can see that this project, for however complicated the backstory, yielded significant results.