South Shoreline Commission’s state to fame will be the disco classics “Free of charge Guy,” “We’re on the right course,” and “Teach Called Independence.” All three had been mid-’70s hits made by Philly spirit songwriter/vocalist Bunny Sigler and included on South Shoreline Commission, an record released by Wand/Scepter in Dec 1975. The LP was blended by Tom Moulton, the membership DJ who do many remixes for Salsoul Information (Sigler’s “I WANT TO Party TOGETHER WITH YOU,” Quick Funk’s “No Stoppin That Rockin,” Loleatta Holloway’s “Like Feeling,” Eddie Holman’s “This Is a Night to keep in mind”). The group contains vocalists Frank McCurry, Sheryl Henry, guitarists Sidney Lennear and Eugene Rogers, bassist David Henderson, and drummer Warren Haygood. Shaped in 1960 in Washington, D.C., these were originally referred to as the Exciters — never to become puzzled with the ’60s NY vocal quartet who strike with “SIMPLY TELL HIM” and “I’D LIKE You to Become My Boy.” By 1965, these were the back-up music group for the Five Dutones, who have been authorized to George Lerner’s One-derful label in Chicago. The group’s biggest strike was “Tremble a Tail Feather,” which peaked at quantity 28 R&B in summer time 1963. A number of the Exciters relocated to Chicago and close by Gary, IN. In 1967, the Five Dutones disbanded using the band’s business lead singer McCurry becoming a member of the Exciters which fresh group became the South Shoreline Commission. They documented a 1970 solitary for Atlantic, “Directly on Sibling,” and “Shadows,” a 1971 solitary for Nickel. New York-based Sceptor Information, who had achievement with Chicago-based functions just like the Independents (“Departing Me,” the group included the songwriting/creation of group Chuck Jackson and Marvin Yancy who experienced strikes with Natalie Cole and Ronnie Dyson), authorized the group with their Wand label and released the group’s just LP. With some creation from Dick Griffey, the majority of the record was made by Bunny Sigler at Sigma Audio Studios in Philadelphia. The support tracks had been by Quick Funk’s primary lineup of bassist Raymond Earl, guitarist Kim Miller, and drummer Scotty Miller. South Shoreline Payment yielded three Billboard-charting singles: the jubilant “Free of charge Guy” that strike amount nine R&B in springtime 1975, the simple “We’re on the right course,” and “Teach Called Independence.” These singles as well as the LP monitor “Handle CAREFULLY” were membership favorites and charted on top of Billboard’s disco graphs. The 12″ edition of “Totally free Man” breaks right into a hypnotic four-on-the-floor vamp that straight connects it towards the disco-influenced home music from the ’80s as well as the ambient techno from the ’90s.