1. oficjalny repress niemożliwego do dostania electro-boogie z San Francisco, 1984. Soulowe wokale, bulgocząca linia basowa, zaskakujący vocoder, a na trąbce gra członek bandu Carlosa Santany.
Killer double sider... The groups only output resulted in two slices of sought after West Coast Boogie-Funk!
In 1983, Chateau, a San Francisco based boogie funk band, won the KRE Radio Hot Fun In The Sun Battle of the Bands in Mosswood Park, Oakland. As a prize, they received $5000 (approximately 8 hours) of studio time and a pressing run of 200 45s. Chateau included Alan Ross on lead vocals and percussion, singer Damara "Candy" Stepney, and Kevin Dailey who sang and played saxophone, bass, and guitar. Melvin Jones was on horn and keys, Dennis Knepper played keyboard, Frank Lemon played drums, Lemon's cousin Michael Clark played rhythm guitar, Doug Hearne played guitar and Bill Ortiz (from Santana) contributed trumpet parts.