DJ Tee Scott had been a role model troughout the seventies to all those stars with names everybody still knows about: Larry Levan, Frankie Knuckles or Ron Hardy and the legendary clubs like The Garage (NY), The Warehouse (Chicago/NY) and The Music Box (Chicago) sure based their success on grounds prepared by the likes of Tee Scott.
After a while behind the decks he turned towards studio work to become a renowned Mixer on only a few, but therefore cutting-edge productions. This one was produced by Arthur Baker and friends and also Michael Jonzun.
A kind of 303 Acid bassline before Arthur's characteristical guitar harmonies and a super light disco groove and a xylophone - just the way I like it
Northend - Happy Days (Tee Scott Club Mix)