Ohio Players - Ecstasy album
Style: Funk, Disco
Date of release: 1973
Size MP3: 1939 mb
Size FLAC: 1451 mb
Format: MPC AA ASF AAC WAV DMF RA
Ecstasy is the fourth studio album by the Ohio Players and the third released through the Westbound label. The album was produced by the band, and arranged by Walter "Junie" Morrison. The cover photo was taken by Joel Brodsky. All tracks written by Ohio Players, except where noted. Walter "Junie" Morrison. Leroy "Sugarfoot" Bonner. Marshall "Rock" Jones. Ralph "Pee Wee" Middlebrooks. Marvin "Merv" Pierce. Clarence "Satch" Satchell. James "Diamond" Williams. Ohio Players – producers.
When their third Westbound album, Ecstasy, came out in 1973, they were still a year away from signing with Mercury and becoming really huge. But they did have a small cult following, which found that Ecstasy fell short of the excellence of Pain and Pleasure. Nonetheless, the material is respectable and generally decent. Serious Players fans will find sweaty funk items like "Spinning," "Black Cat," and the title song to be enjoyable even though they aren't among the band's essential recordings.
Written-By – Ohio Players. A2. You And Me. Written-By – Ohio Players. Ecstasy (Cass, Album, RE). Westbound Records.
Ecstasy is the fourth studio album by the Ohio Players and the third released through the Westbound label. Studio album by. Ohio Players.
The Ohio Players’ last album for Westbound, ‘Ecstasy’, shows the group already moving toward more commercial terrain. This was mostly evident through the swapping of drummers; heavy hitter Greg Webster was replaced by the more refined James ‘Diamond’ Williams during these sessions. But it still contains plenty of that raw funky filth that had adorned the band’s two predecessing longplayers.
Ecstasy" is the 5th album by The Ohio Players and the third released through the Westbound label. Cover photo was taken by Joel Brodsky. Ecstasy" (Ohio Players) "You and Me" (Ohio Players) "(Not So) Sad and Lonely" (L. Crane/B. Ecstasy - may mean: MDMA or phetamine, a psychedelic drug sold under the street name ecstasy.
Ohio Players were an American funk, soul music and R&B band, most popular in the 1970s. They are best known for their songs "Fire" and "Love Rollercoaster"; as well as for their erotic album covers that featured nude or nearly nude women. Many of the women were models featured in Playboy Magazine.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A2||You And Me||3:12|
|A3||Not So Sad And Lonely
Written-By – B. Bane*, L. Crane*
|A4||(I Wanna Know) Do You Feel It||4:23|
|B1||Food Stamps Y'all
Written-By – B. Baine*, L. Crane*
- Marketed By – Janus Records
- Distributed By – Chess/Janus Records
- Arranged By – Walter Morrison*
- Art Direction – David Krieger
- Design – Ron Canagata
- Design [Art Production Supervision] – Bob Scerbo
- Photography By – Joel Brodsky
- Photography By [Liner] – Neil Terk
- Producer – Ohio Players
- Supervised By – Mia Krinsky
- Written-By – Ohio Players (tracks: A1, A2, A4, A5, B2 to B5)
NotesDistributed by Chess / Janus Records N.Y. N.Y. (Disc Cover) Center Label credits Janus Records for distribution.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): WB - 2021 - A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): WB - 2021 - B
|WB 2021||Ohio Players||Ecstasy (LP, Album)||Westbound Records||WB 2021||US||1973|
|W-222||Ohio Players||Ecstasy (LP, Album, RE, gat)||Westbound Records||W-222||Canada||Unknown|
|W-222||Ohio Players||Ecstasy (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||Westbound Records||W-222||US||1976|
|C 7198-2021||Ohio Players||Ecstasy (8-Trk, Album, Quad)||Westbound Records||C 7198-2021||US||1973|
|SEWC 026||Ohio Players||Ecstasy (Cass, Album, RE)||Westbound Records||SEWC 026||UK||Unknown|