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While his profile was never high, Tommy Stewart — often credited as Thomas Stewart — is familiar to soul, funk, and disco fanatics who pore over LP sleeve credits. Stewart's first significant work was for the Buddah label, for which he wrote, arranged, and produced the material for the Spirit of Atlanta's 1973 album The Burning of Atlanta — expansive, strings-enhanced funk fit for a blaxploitation film. From there, he worked with the likes of Major Lance, Loleatta Holloway, Tamiko Jones, Ripple, and Luther Ingram. His lone solo album, a self-titled set, came out on the Abraxas label in 1976 and was reissued by the Ubiquity sublabel Luv N' Haight in 2003. Six years later, Funky Town Grooves compiled Make Happy Music, a various-artists compilation that featured material written and/or produced by Stewart. In 2012, Cultures of Soul released Tommy Stewart's Disco Love Affair, which included the entirety of Stevo's Stewart-produced Musica Negra, in addition to a handful of Stewart's own tracks.
Nombre de nacimiento:
Thomas Wesley Stewart Jr.
19 de noviembre de 1939 en Gadsden, AL
Años de actividad:
'60s, '70s, '80s