Influenced by the Bar-Kays and the Ohio Players, Nytro was an obscure funk/soul band that worked with producer/songwriter Norman Whitfield in the late '70s. Whitfield, who scored major hits for everyone from Edwin Starr to Rose Royce, was known for having the "Midas-touch." But he didn't have much commercial success with the horn-powered Nytro, which recorded two albums for his Whitfield label: 1977's "Nytro" and 1979's "Return to Nytropolis."
Neither of these LPs (which ranged from gritty funk to jazz-influenced quiet storm material) sold and…
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