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Never Had A Dream - Ohio Players - Pain (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. 1 Pain 2 Never Had A Dream 3 Players Balling 4 I Wanna Hear From You 5 The Reds 6 Singing In The Morning Tracks do not appear on the original vinyl LP. They're nothing special and, for me, detract from the context set by the previous domiledputtletbkecoprehypgioryni.xyzinfo them and you've still got a 5-star album from the greatest funk band of all time /5(14).
  2. Creatively, commercially, and conceptually, Pain was a major step forward for the Ohio Players. This album was quite a departure from their previous work -- in the late-'60s, the Midwesterners' forte had been raw, hard-edged Southern-style soul along the lines of .
  3. The first in our programme to issue all three Ohio Players Westbound albums on vinyl. Standard weight black vinyl in a gatefold featuring the first of Joel Brodsky’s series of iconic cover photos. Hailing from Dayton in the southwest corner of Ohio, they were originally called the Ohio Untouchables and were led by local guitar hero Robert Ward.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Pain on Discogs.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Pain on Discogs. Label: Westbound Records - W • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Funk/5(7).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Ivy Duo-Pak™ Vinyl release of Pain on Discogs/5(42).
  7. Their title track "Ecstasy" from the album "Ecstasy (Ohio Players album)" was sampled by "Jay-Z" on "Brooklyn's Finest" featuring "The Notorious B.I.G." from the album "Reasonable Doubt". In , three members of the group went on to form Shadow, which released three albums. A reconfigured Ohio Players recorded across the s.
  8. Mindblowing funk from The Ohio Players – the group's debut album for Westbound Records, and a landmark batch of tracks that never gets old! The sound here really has the group stretching out a lot – working on tunes that are extended, but never as overindulgent as their labelmates Funkadelic – always keeping to a groove that's focused, yet also free to explore its bad self in Brand: Westbound (Label).
  9. Creatively, commercially, and conceptually, Pain was a major step forward for the Ohio Players. This album was quite a departure from their previous work -- in the late-'60s, the Midwesterners' forte had been raw, hard-edged Southern-style soul along the lines of Sam & Dave, Rufus Thomas, and Wilson domiledputtletbkecoprehypgioryni.xyzinfo with Pain, they became a lot more experimental and unveiled an interesting Price: $

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