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OHIO PLAYERS
American funk group.
 
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Ohio Players August 1972 Interview
THE Ohio Players started life a decade ago as the Ohio Untouchables and their first real claim to fame is that they were featured vocalists behind Wilson Pickett on "I Found A Love", whilst he was lead singer with the Falcons. This lead to the quintet being signed to the Detroit based Lu Pine label. The original quintet consisted of Andrew Noland, Ralph Middlebrook, Marshall Jones, Leroy Bonner and Greg Webster, all of whom came from Dayton in Ohio, where they formed their group, originally call...
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Ohio Players July 1976 Interview
IT HAD to be more than just coincidence. Here I was in Ohio Player Satch Satchell's luxurious hotel suite overlooking Grosvenor Square writing for our...
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Ohio Players August 1972 Interview
THE Ohio Players started life a decade ago as the Ohio Untouchables and their first real claim to fame is that they were featured vocalists behind Wil...
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Ohio Players July 1975 Interview
OVER the past year or so, I can't think of a group who has made as much impact on our music as the Ohio Players. Since switching from Westbound to Mer...
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Ohio Players - Unsung
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Ohio Players 2010 Reissue CD Review
Their contemporaries included Kool & The Gang, Con-Funk-Shun, Bar-Kays and Cameo, but the Ohio Players were distinctly different. Sure they had funk b...
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