18 Apr 2019
Ohio Players – 1973 – Ecstasy

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...
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09 Apr 2019
Ohio Players ‎- 1972 – Pain

“Pain” is a classic slab of raw, fatback funk, with Greg Webster’s thick in-the-pocket drumming and Marshall Jones elastic bass lines. Mostly an instrumental, with Junie Morrison adding a few lyrics and a whole lot of catchy hollers, all bandmembers get their moment in the...
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07 Apr 2019
Ohio Players ‎- 1972 – Pleasure

‘Pleasure’ is a raw, funk-filled album featuring the Ohio Players at their most unpolished. And like on ‘Pain’, the opening track here too is reserved for a lengthy, loose jam session with sparse lyrics. “Pleasure” rides a ferocious, rocking groove mainly due to Sugarfoot’s rollicking...
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23 Apr 2008
Ohio Players – 1975 – Honey

A classic Funk – Soul Album of the 70’s. Legendary pioneers of street funk, the Ohio Players went platinum with this hot 1975 release that includes the chart-topping disco/funk classic “Love Rollercoaster”. Sexy, horn-driven grooves, hypnotic rhythms, and bottom-heavy jams take us on a fresh...
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02 Mar 2018
Turner Bros. ‎- 1974 – Act 1

Original INSANELY RARE private Indiana LP by Turner Bros. on the MB label. Amazing soul/funk LP Check prices here  Incredible & ultra rare funk 70′ LP. Including top dance dj cut “Cause I Love You“. The Turner Brother’s ‎ Act 1, originally released on their own label...
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11 Jul 2016
Gloria Barnes – 1971 – Uptown

Gloria Barnes got her start as “Towanda” Barnes, releasing 45’s on both The Groovy Label in 1966 and A&M Records in 1969. “Uptown”, her one and only full-length offering, came two years later in 1971 on the somehat obscure, but vibrant Maple label. The Johnny...
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