Jeff Street is most beneficial known for producing the main R&B singles “GET IT DONE (‘Til You’re Satisfied)” and “Express” by BT Express and Brass Construction’s 1976 number 1 strike “Movin’.” The producer’s first number 1 R&B strike was BT Express’ “GET IT DONE (‘Til You’re Pleased).” The silver one held the quantity two position over the pop graphs for 14 days in summer months 1974. Its silver follow-up, “Express,” visited number 1 R&B and number 1 play early 1975. Both had been included on the silver LP, GET IT DONE (‘Til You’re Pleased), which reached number 1 R&B, amount five play past due 1974. Their following LP, Non End, held the main R&B spot for 14 days and managed to get to amount 19 play summer months 1975, boasting the dual sided strike “Provide It EVERYTHING YOU Got” b/w “Tranquility Pipe” along with a cover from the Carpenters’ 1970 number 1 pop strike, “IN YOUR AREA.” The group’s produces had been on Roadshow Information, written by United Performers Records. Street began dealing with Brass Structure after the music group won a fight of the rings contest. Their initial one, “Two Timin’ Female,” was released on Lane’s Dock Information. In addition they released a middle-’70s solitary as Wood Stop and Metal that later on became favored by house music enthusiasts within the ’80s. Brass Construction’s 1st LP, Brass Building, was made by Street and released on United Performers Records in Feb 1976. One traveling monitor known as “Movin’,” that was initially produced from an impromptu jam program, became well-known in disco night clubs and started getting airplay on R&B and disco-oriented r / c. Released as an individual, “Movin'” b/w “Talkin'” strike number 1 R&B on Billboard’s graphs in springtime 1976. The follow-up, “Changin'” managed to get to quantity 24 R&B in summer season 1976. Brass Building went platinum, car parking at number 1 R&B for three weeks in springtime 1976. In addition, it yielded the radio-aired LP paths, “Peekin’,” using its the funny voyeur theme, as well as the positive “Like.” The band’s following album, Brass Building II, issued Dec 1976, was their finest album. The very first one, “Ha Cha Cha (Funktion),” visited amount eight R&B in early 1977. The follow-up was the double-sided strike “The Message (Motivation)” b/w “What’s IN YOUR THOUGHTS (Appearance).” The singles along with the radio-aired LP monitors “NOW COULD BE Tomorrow” and “Top quality” (funk covered in swirling strings) had been huge disco strikes. Almost every monitor on Brass Structure II got radio and membership play. The record went gold, rendering it to number 3 in past due 1976. “What’s IN YOUR THOUGHTS (Appearance)” continues to be sampled by many hiphop and rap serves. Other Brass Structure albums made by Street were Brass Structure III (released November 1977); Brass Structure IV (November 1978); Brass Structure 5 (Dec 1979). Street created albums by previous Temptations member Eddie Kendricks (Classic ’78), the music group Mandrill (WE HAVE BEEN One), Broadway superstar Vivian Reed of Bubbling Dark brown Sugar (Another Aspect), and Wilson Pickett (Best Track). Within the ’90s, Street concentrated on sound engineering jobs.