While his account was hardly ever high, Tommy Stewart — often credited as Thomas Stewart — is familiar to soul, funk, and disco fanatics who pore over LP sleeve credits. Stewart’s initial significant function was for the Buddah label, that he wrote, organized, and created the materials for the Nature of Atlanta’s 1973 recording The Burning up of Atlanta — expansive, strings-enhanced funk match to get a blaxploitation film. Following that, he caused famous brands Main Lance, Loleatta Holloway, Tamiko Jones, Ripple, and Luther Ingram. His lone single recording, a self-titled arranged, came out within the Abraxas label in 1976 and was reissued from the Ubiquity sublabel Luv N’ Haight in 2003. Six years later on, Funky City Grooves put together Make Content Music, a various-artists compilation that presented material created and/or made by Stewart. In 2012, Ethnicities of Spirit released Tommy Stewart’s Disco ROMANCE, including the entirety of Stevo’s Stewart-produced Musica Negra, and a couple of Stewart’s own paths.