T Life is a artist, performer, and player of assorted instruments. A writer and producer of many song’s and production’s with Philadelphia International Records from 1972 until 1976. He produced and wrote for artist such as Billy Paul ( The War of The GODS Album), The Ebony’s “Life In The Country”, Flagship Group “SPIRITUAL CONCEPT” (which was the first rock Group that was signed to PIR) with the 1973 title of the album was “SPIRITUAL Concept.
“Instant Funk” in which he was a member of the studio and live performance part along with Bunny Sigler and Dexter Wansel who was his writing partner along co writers and producers Phil Terry and Talmadge Conway. TLife wrote and produced for various artist while at PIR such as Carl Carlton, Eddie Kendricks (Get It While It’s Hott), Jermaine Jackson (SOMEWHERE FROM NOW), Gabor Zarbo, Kalyan ( RCA Records), Vicky Sue Robinson (RCA Records), Taj Mahal (CBS Records), The Back Family (London Records), Irene Cara for( RCA Records), and The Thomas Bucknasty Band (Life’s Galaxy/RCA Records).
T Life was also the original guitar player from 1964 to 1969 for the group “Frankie Beverly and The Butlers”, the name changed in 1967 to RAW SOUL” and T Life left and formed his own group “EXPEDITION in 1969 which disbanned in 1970 when he went on to form along with Talamadge Conway the Group “SPIRITUAL CONCEPT”.
T Life has worked on many artist and tracks that have never been released by some of these company’s, such as “AL MARTINO” an album that was written by T Life and Bunny Sigler one of his old writing partners just to name a few.