Contradiction is the eighth studio album by The Ohio Players, and the fourth album recorded for Mercury. Contradiction was not as ballad-heavy as Honey, but it did expand on the mixture of funk, soul, and rock that they played with on that album. The title track also showed a leaning towards the work they did on Westbound. Who'd She Coo?" was released as a single and went to No. 1 on the Billboard R&B chart.
Photography By – David Alexander (5). Producer – Ohio Players. Trombone – Merv (Cancer). Trumpet – Merv (Cancer), Pee Wee (Leo). Unlike Contradiction this has Side 1 and 2 printed on labels. Recorded at: Paragon Recording Studios, Chicago. Criteria Recording Studios, Miami.
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Artist: Ohio Players Album: Contradiction Genre: Funk, Soul, R&B Label: Universal Japan Released: 1976/2014 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: Contradiction (4:39). Precious Love (4:58). Little Lady Maria (4:19). Upon the release of this album, the Ohio Players were at the pinnacle of their long music careers, which date back to the late '50s. While the title is "Who'd She Coo," the chant is actually "oochie coo", but was modified due to its racy content.
Upon the release of this album, the Ohio Players were at the pinnacle of their long music careers, which date back to the late '50s.
Contradiction by Ohio Players. com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. com's standard return policy will apply. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 30. Contradiction (Album Version). The OHIO PLAYERS seemed to crank out just one album after another straight through the '70s, with fans just as eager to see the next album cover, as hear the music