Vocalist/instrumentalist Randy Muller was on the helm of two pivotal East Coastline funk and disco aggregations in the ’70s and ’80s. One was Brass Structure; the various other was Skyy. Muller, a vocalist and instrumentalist who doubled on keyboards and flute, arranged the music group with drummer Larry Payton, trumpeters Wayne Parris and Morris Cost, lead guitarist Joe Arthur, vocalist/conga participant Sandy Billups, saxophonists Michael Grudge and Jesse Ward, and bassist Wade Williamston. Their 1975 debut, made by Jeff Street, proceeded to go platinum and included two dancefloor anthems in “Shifting” and “Changin.” Brass Structure II, III, IV, and V mined the same place, though just the one “Ha Cha Cha (Funktion)” in 1977 and “L-O-V-E-U” in 1978 emerged near attaining similar industrial heights. They documented for United Performers until 1980, after that transferred to Liberty and documented on their behalf until 1983. Muller became their maker in the first ’80s, and he shifted their emphasis right into a heavily synthesized path. They continuing on Capitol from 1983 to 1985, but couldn’t regain their previous momentum. The group’s vintage strikes had been remixed and reissued internationally by EMI’s Syncopate label in the past due ’80s, and Brass Building reappeared on England’s graphs in 1988.