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HASH(0x8f382f90) out of 5 stars Junie Morrison style Players... 1 May 2000
By yygsgsdrassil - Published on
Format: Audio CD
...quantum pocket time. That is, you had to have been there to know. Nineteen seventy three, we were playing the heck outta Morrison's/Ohio Player's "Ecstacy" with that just right funky guitar and bass and organ intro by Sugar, Jones and Junie and always complained that at 2 minutes and thirty some odd seconds it was too short... those of us with the album laughed at the chutzpah associated with the title of the opening jam on side 2--"Food Stamps Y'all"...the slow cut in the streets off the album was "Silly Billy", a little mellower than that other great slow jam from the "Pleasure" album "Varee is Love", but hey, back then, a new Players jam was the talk of the streets...after this the Players had a Westbound Records greatest hits album and then they moved to Mercury Records to put out "Skin Tight"--they lost Junie in the transition, but shortly afterward his Player stint, he worked with Clinton and P-funk and did his own work, most notably the album "Bread Alone"...this album "Ecstacy" has some of the Players best Westbound Records work on it--it is hard to find, a rare treasure for true funk fans...
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HASH(0x8f38254c) out of 5 stars True Funk Ecstasy! 22 Nov. 2007
By O. J. Dean - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Greatness from cover art to music. The first song, "Ecstasy", is just awesome, among the best songs I've ever heard.
The Westbound catalog of The Ohio Players is a secret that needs to be shared. I do not know if this particular recording is the band's best, but it belongs on someone's list of funk/soul masterpieces.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Michael Ashe - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I had been searching for this cd for almost 20 years and could not find it anywhere. When I finally saw it on amazon I scooped it up as fast as I could. This is when people were making music and I am proud to be of this era.
HASH(0x8f83bb40) out of 5 stars The Players standing on the verge...... 5 Sept. 2009
By J-Funk - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This album was a great follow-up to the 'Pleasure' LP. The Players were well on the way to developing the sound that would carry them to the top of the charts in the mid 70's. Even though Junie Morrison was still in the group at this time, some of the falsettos sound a lot like Billy Beck. I always wondered if Beck played an uncredited role on this album. This album was a great finale to the Players' Westbound era.
HASH(0x8f3ed0cc) out of 5 stars Great album indeed 14 Feb. 2016
By Steven Majors - Published on
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Love this album. My fav cuts are 'Ecstasy, You and Me". & I Wanna Know. ......sometimes i wonder if that is Junie Morrison playing all of the instruments on the song "Exstacy"...... a lot of ppl don't know he played Trombone on some of those tunes on the Pleasure album
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