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Love Rollercoaster: Anthology 1967-1988


Download links and information about Love Rollercoaster: Anthology 1967-1988 by The Ohio Players. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Funk genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:14:08 minutes.

Artist: The Ohio Players
Release date: 2014
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Funk
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:14:08
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No. Title Length
1. Love Rollercoaster (Re-Recorded) 5:01
2. Fire (Re-Recorded) 4:31
3. Here Today and Gone Tomorrow 3:31
4. Trespassin' 1:56
5. Skin Tight (Live 1977) 4:40
6. A Thing Called Love 3:17
7. Summertime 7:21
8. Who'd She Coo? (Live 1977) 5:26
9. Mother-In-Law 2:56
10. Cold, Cold World 3:46
11. Sweet Sticky Thing (Live 1977) 4:14
12. Over the Rainbow 4:07
13. A Little Soul Party 2:53
14. I've Got to Hold On 2:40
15. It's a Cryin' Shame 2:24
16. Find Someone to Love 2:16
17. Stop Lying to Yourself 2:15
18. Tell Me Why 2:10
19. Sweat 3:49
20. Vibe Alive 4:55



The Ohio Players were one of the tightest and most ferocious funk outfits of the '70s, scoring a stack of hit R&B singles (and even a few that topped the pop charts) and earning a reputation as one of the mightiest live acts of the day. But Love Rollercoaster: Anthology 1967-1988 is not a typical set of career highlights. This set kicks off with newly re-recorded versions of "Love Rollercoaster" and "Fire," the group's two biggest hits. The set also tosses in live recordings of three of their more popular '70s tracks, "Skin Tight," "Who'd She Coo?," and "Sweet Sticky Thing," and these live cuts find the Players in blazing form. Love Rollercoaster also includes seven songs from the Players' rare debut album, 1968's Observations in Time, which found the group in a more jazzy, blues-influenced groove than the work that would make them stars a few years down the line. Two tunes come from a 1988 reunion album called Back, and the remainder of the album has been drawn from obscure small-label singles from the late '60s and early '70s.