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The final part of our vinyl trilogy of the Ohio Players' Westbound albums is the "Ecstasy" LP from 1973.A gatefold sleeve featuring one of photographer Joel Brodsky's famous photographs. This time a bondage woman is chained to two scantily dressed men. The music was brilliant. The mix of funk, soul and sheer joyous invention found it's outlet in what is probably the strongest overall set by the band. 'Sleep Talk', 'Food Stamps Y'All' and the title track all pack a mighty punch, while songs such as 'You And Me' show the band's deft touch with the more soulful material.
The final part of our vinyl trilogy of the Ohio Players' Westbound albums is the "Ecstasy" LP from 1973.A gatefold sleeve featuring one of photographer Joel Brodsky's famous photographs. This time a bondage woman is chained to two scantily dressed men. The music was brilliant. The mix of funk, soul and sheer joyous invention found it's outlet in what is probably the strongest overall set by the band. 'Sleep Talk', 'Food Stamps Y'All' and the title track all pack a mighty punch, while songs such as 'You And Me' show the band's deft touch with the more soulful material.
029667012119
Ohio Players - Ecstasy

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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMT
Rel. Date: 12/11/2020
UPC: 029667012119

Ecstasy
Artist: Ohio Players
Format: Vinyl
New: Call (512) 474-2500 to check in-store availability $22.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Ecstasy
2. You and Me
3. Not So Sad and Lonely
4. (I Wanna Know) Do You Feel It
5. Black Cat
6. Food Stamps Y'all
7. Spinning
8. Sleep Talk
9. Silly Billy
10. Short Change

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The final part of our vinyl trilogy of the Ohio Players' Westbound albums is the "Ecstasy" LP from 1973.A gatefold sleeve featuring one of photographer Joel Brodsky's famous photographs. This time a bondage woman is chained to two scantily dressed men. The music was brilliant. The mix of funk, soul and sheer joyous invention found it's outlet in what is probably the strongest overall set by the band. 'Sleep Talk', 'Food Stamps Y'All' and the title track all pack a mighty punch, while songs such as 'You And Me' show the band's deft touch with the more soulful material.
        
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