|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Eddie Drennon And Charanga Soul||5||Audio||1983||Kim Records|
|2||Disco Jam||2||Audio||1978||Casablanca Records|
|3||Would You Dance To My Music||2||Audio||1977||Casablanca Records|
|4||Would You Dance To My Music||2||Audio||Casablanca Records|
|5||Disco Jam||2||Audio||1978||Casablanca Records|
|6||It Don't Mean A Thing||8||Audio||1978||Casablanca Records|
|7||It Don't Mean A Thing||8||Audio||1978||Casablanca Records|
Violinist - arranger - producer
Born in Newark, New Jersey, U.S.
[a=Bo Diddley]’s music director and electric violinist from 1966 until 1967, and a former sideman for [a=Mongo Santamaria], [a=Ray Barretto] and [a=Ike & Tina Turner].
Scoring a major disco hit, in 1975, with “Let’s Do The Latin Hustle”, went on to record three dance-inspiring albums with [a=Eddie Drennon & The B.B.S. Unlimited], in the late-1970s, and produce New York-based salsa and charanga band, [a1606957], in 1981 and 1982.
He is currently a member of the Umoja String Quartet.