Wood, Brass & Steel

Wood, Brass & Steel

Wood Brass & Steel was a disco group that released one 1976 LP before disappearing. That self-titled album, released on the Turbo label, spawned a pair of minor hits in the form of "Always There" (a Ronnie Laws cover that did well in the U.K.). Bassist Doug Wimbish and guitarist Skip McDonald, would later become members of the Sugarhill studio band, relocated later to the U.K. and formed Tackhead as well as Fats Comet with Keith Leblanc and Adrian Sherwood.

Wood, Brass & Steel Discography


TU-7016 Wood, Brass & Steel Wood, Brass & Steel (Album) Turbo Records TU-7016 US 1976 Sell This Version
SH-257 Wood, Brass & Steel Hard & Heavy(LP) Sugar Hill Records SH-257 US 1980 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

AS-112 Wood, Brass & Steel Hey What's That You Say / A Love Of My Own(7") Astroscope AS-112 US 1973 Sell This Version
TU-054 Wood, Brass & Steel Welcome To The Party (Single) Turbo Records TU-054 US 1978 Sell This Version


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August 16, 2011
Interestlingly, in the All Platinum song file, there is also a listing for an unreleased 7 track album on Astroscope that features "Hey Whats That You Say" and "A Love Of My Own", so presumably dates from 1973. That album was also to have been titled 'Wood Brass & Steel"

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