This Philadelphia group
were once named the Volcanoes and then the Moods, before settling down to be The Trammps after many tries in the 1960s to get a hit, it really was not until 1972 when they broke through into the mainstream charts with the hit "Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart", which incredibly was a hit in 1934, with Judy Garland doing a cover in 1938 in the film "Now Listen". The Trammps band members during the 70s were mainly Norman Harris who died in 1987, he was a founder member of MFSB Mother Father Sister Brother label, and worked with artists like Eddie Holman, and First Choice, cheesy 70s music from them.
Also in the group was Stanley Wade
,Robert Upchurch and Earl Young who was the founder member of the group.
Later that year they had another minor hit called "Sixty Minute Man", which was originally a hit in 1951 for the Dominoes. It only charted at number 40 in the UK, and here it is.