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The Ohio Players
Everybody Up (Expanded Edition)
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First Time on CD for The Ohio Players 1979 album "Everybody Up"
Re-Mastered from the ORIGINAL MASTER TAPES at Battery Studio’s New York by Sony’s Sean Brennan.
Liner Notes by Alex Henderson
Dayton funk giants The Ohio Players ended the 1970’s on a disco-flavoured note with 1979’s “Everybody Up”, which was their only album for Arista Records.
Funk was popular all over the United States during the 1970’s, but one state that was especially famous for its hardcore funk bands was Ohio.
“Everybody Up” is disco-minded more often than not—and stylistically. The lead vocals of Bonner and Beck are as recognizable as ever, and the Ohio Players still sound like the Ohio Players.
“Everybody Up” is a smooth album from start to finish.