Spider's Webb was the brainchild of drummer Spider Webb & his wife Carol Kaye, the renowned bass guitar session player, famed for her work with Spector, Motown, David Axelrod and most notably on the Beach Boys' "Pet Sounds". Spider's Webb's album was produced by Jeff Lane, then in demand following his work with BT Express and Brass Construction. The album's title track is an infectious bass-led groove and took off in clubs around the world, that became an early disco hit. It mixed funk with a string arrangement by Brass Construction's Randy Muller. The rest of the album includes club favourites 'I Learned From My Burns' and 'Good Things' and is a collector's classic.