Songwriter/vocalist/manufacturer Harvey Scales is most beneficial referred to as the co-writer of Johnnie Taylor’s mega-hit “Disco Woman,” and he also co-wrote the R&B strike “Love IS WAY BETTER within the A.M., Pt. 1.” In 1961, the Arkansas local created the Milwaukee-based R&B music group Harvey Scales as well as the Seven Seems. Influenced by Wayne Dark brown, the group focused on funk. Documenting for Lenny LeCour’s Magic Contact Records, the music group had popular with “Obtain Down” b/w “Love-Itis.” (The second option track was later on included in rockers the J. Geils Music group.) In 1969, the group authorized with Chicago-based Chess Information and released the LeCour-produced “The Yolk,” “I’ll Set you back Your Part,” and “Keep It for the Trashman around the label’s Cadet imprint. Dealing with Davis, who was simply having strikes with then-Stax designer Johnnie Taylor, Scales cut edges for the Memphis-based label including “What’s Healthy (Need not Be Good for you)” b/w “I Wanna GET IT DONE.” When Stax became inactive, Taylor authorized with Columbia, keeping Davis’ services. Documenting at Davis’ preferred studio (United Audio Studios in Detroit), the maker utilized the Impressions’ “Gypsy Female” and an African dancer he previously seen on a secondary to Spain like a template for any partially finished track (“Disco Baby”) that Scales experienced taken to him. Davis required it to Collins and Worrell, who honed and tightened in the groove, while veteran arranger David Vehicle DePitte do the horn plans. In line with the achievement of “Disco Woman,” Scales could secure a documenting cope with Casablanca. His 1978 label debut Confidential Affair was a assortment of disco-laced spirit, later a popular years among dance music and North spirit devotees. His following Casablanca recording was 1979’s Warm Feet: A Funque Dizco Opera, including the singles “I LOG OFF you” as well as the 12″ solitary “Baby Let’s Rock and roll.” Scales also co-wrote (with Bunny Sigler) “You’re Gonna Obtain Yours” on Quick Funk’s V LP as well as the pro-basketball tribute “Slam Dunk the Funk” around the band’s Appears So Fine recording. Somebody Else’s Someone is the name of Scales’ 1997 recording on Four View.