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Track Title Genre Track Description PlayLink
CREDIT (Backing Track) Urban/R&B From the 1987 release “Power”, this T. O. P. tune delivers the signature Funk and punchy Horn Section lines from the original, and features Tower members, Mic Gilette, Tom E. Politzer and Jerry Cortez recreating this Backing Track or Underscore. Click to Listen
CREDIT (Elevated Instrumental) Urban/R&B “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator, suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
CREDIT (Instrumental) Urban/R&B From the 1987 release “Power”, this T. O. P. tune delivers the signature Funk and punchy Horn Section lines from the original, and features Tower members, Mic Gilette, Tom E. Politzer and Jerry Cortez recreating this Instrumental.  Pure fun! Click to Listen
DOWN TO THE NIGHTCLUB (Backing Track) Urban/R&B From the 1972 release “Bump City”, this T.O.P. tune delivers the signature Funk and punchy Horn Section lines from the original, and features Tower members, Mic Gilette, Tom E. Politzer and Jerry Cortez recreating this Backing Track.  Ain’t it funky now! Click to Listen
DOWN TO THE NIGHTCLUB (Elevated Instrumental) Urban/R&B Elevator Music or Muzak for the 1972 release from the album, “Bump City”, this T.O.P. tune delivers the signature Funk and punchy Horn Section lines from the original, and features Tower members, Mic Gilette, Tom E. Politzer and Jerry Cortez. Click to Listen
DOWN TO THE NIGHTCLUB (Instrumental) Urban/R&B From the 1972 release “Bump City”, this T.O.P. tune delivers the signature Funk and punchy Horn Section lines from the original, and features Tower members, Mic Gilette, Tom E. Politzer and Jerry Cortez recreating this Instrumental.  Ain’t it funky now! Click to Listen
GOING WHERE THE WIND BLOWS (Elevated Instrumental) Rock/Pop “Lifting urban life skyward” – Elisa Graves Otis, inventor of the elevator.  He suggested piping music into the box to calm the nerves of wary passengers, hence, the phrase “Elevator Music” was coined.  With intent, this Instrumental has been “elevated”. Click to Listen
JUST ENOUGH AND TOO MUCH (Backing Track) Urban/R&B From the 1975 release “In the Slot”, this T.O.P. tune delivers the signature Funk and punchy Horn Section lines from the original, and features Tower members, Mic Gilette, Tom E. Politzer and Jerry Cortez recreating this Backing Track.  Too much! Click to Listen
JUST ENOUGH AND TOO MUCH (Instrumental) Urban/R&B From the 1975 release “In the Slot”, this T.O.P. tune delivers the signature Funk and punchy Horn Section lines from the original, and features Tower members, Mic Gilette, Tom E. Politzer and Jerry Cortez recreating this Instrumental.  Too much! Click to Listen
WHAT IS HIP? (Backing Track) Urban/R&B From the 1973 release “Tower of Power”, this frenetic jam delivers the signature Funk and punchy Horn Section lines from the original, and features Tower members, Mic Gilette, Tom E. Politzer and Jerry Cortez recreating this Backing Track or Underscore. Click to Listen
WHAT IS HIP? (Instrumental) Urban/R&B From the 1973 release “Tower of Power”, this frenetic jam delivers the signature Funk and punchy Horn Section lines from the original, and features Tower members, Mic Gilette, Tom E. Politzer and Jerry Cortez recreating this Instrumental, hipper than hip! Click to Listen