Bill Brandon was born in Alabama in 1943 and recorded music in the Southern Soul tradition. He was signed to a major label in 1967 and recorded a soul classic, Self Preservation, which was later covered by Percy Sledge. He had more success with the follow up single, Rainbow Road, issued in 1968 by Tower Records. Brandon then signed for producers Moses Dillard and Jesse Boyce who had a deal with Prelude. They took Bill back to Muscle Shoals to the Wishbone studios where he cut three 45s for Prelude along with his only LP to date. By this time, even the southern soul production values were much smoother and more fully orchestrated, and that full length first pressing 1977 Bill Brandon Prelude LP PRL 12149 is considered a rare and highly sought after disco vinyl record. It contains the hits We Fell in Love While Dancing and Can’t We Just Sit Down and Talk It Over. Our LP inventory is constantly changing, so check back often, or browse our list of vinyl from disco musicians.