Ohio Express - The Best Of The Ohio Express album flac
- Album: The Best Of The Ohio Express
- FLAC: 1730 mb | MP3: 1604 mb
- Released: 1998
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 737
- Format: AC3 MP2 AIFF AU AA DTS AUD
|1||Yummy Yummy Yummy|
|2||Down At Lulu's|
|3||She´s Not Comin´Home|
|7||It´s A Sad Day|
|11||Down In Tennessee|
|14||Nothing Sweeter Than My Baby|
|15||So Good, So Fine|
|17||Sweeter Than Sugar|
|19||Roll It Up|
|20||Sha la La|
|24||Come On Down Maryann|
|26||Pinch Me (Baby Convince Me)|
|27||Sausalito (Is the Place To Go)|
|29||Love Equals Love|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4 988017 079508
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The Ohio Express is an American bubblegum pop band, formed in Mansfield, Ohio in 1967. Though marketed as a band, it would be more accurate to say that the name "Ohio Express" served as a brand name used by Jerry Kasenetz's and Jeffry Katz's Super K Productions to release the music of a number of different musicians and acts
Listen to music from Ohio Express like Yummy Yummy Yummy, Chewy Chewy & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ohio Express. The Ohio Express was a bubblegum pop and garage rock band that fronted for Kasenetz and Katz's Super K Productions. The band is strongly associated with fellow upbeat pop group 1910 Fruitgum Company.
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referencing The Ohio Express, LP, Album, BDS 5018. While most of this LP is full of the silly style of bubble gum pop that The Ohio Express were mostly well known for, and by which they had attained some national exposure due to a couple of top ten hits.
It's easy to make fun of the bubblegum genre, but the ingredients that went into making these songs work required an incredible balancing act, one that insisted on a kind of buoyant, innocent simplicity in which all leering had to be implied rather than actually present, but when the balance was struck, well, just try not singing along to the chorus of. "Yummy, Yummy, Yummy" when it comes on your car radio
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The Buckeye-based Ohio Express were originally called Sir Timothy & the Royals - a teenage garage band working locally for weekend gigs such as parties, school proms, and so on. They were scouted by producers Jerry Kasenetz and Jeff Katz. Their unwillingness to take their cues from the hitmaking Kasenetz and Katz assured that any future autonomy would be doubtful. The session musician and lead vocalist on the track so impressed the label, he was deemed the Ohio Express' lead singer. Other charting hits for the band included on this collection include: "Chewy Chewy," "Sweeter Than Sugar," and "Mercy. Nearing the end of Kasenetz and Katz's run with the Ohio Express was the country-rock flavor heard on "Sausalito (Is the Place to Go. The backing group would eventually become the core of 10cc on this seminal Graham Gouldman composition.