Ohio Players - Love Rollercoaster This will always remind me of my beautiful niece Michelle!

Clarence Satchell, sax player with Ohio Players was born today in He passed in 1995 from a brain aneurysm. From 1975 and The Ohio Players here's Love Rollercoaster.

Popular song playing on our main pop radios today 1-24 in 1976 was from Ohio Players - 'Love Rollercoaster' we were at the height of the first wave of disco

The Ohio Players "Sweet Sticky Thing" - One of my all-time favorite Ohio Player tracks!

The Ohio Players, funk and R band, most popular in the 1970s. They are best known for their twp #1 hit songs "Fire" and "Love Rollercoaster". Gold certifications were awarded to the singles "Funky Worm," "Skin Tight," "Fire," and "Love Rollercoaster;" plus to their albums Skin Tight, Fire, and Honey.

Ohio Players, funk and R+B band. With its slinky, horn-powered grooves, pristine…

The Ohio Players  - were an American funk and R&B band, most popular in the 1970s. They are best known for double #1 hit songs "Fire" and "Love Rollercoaster".

Yep this music will be played Type of Music √√ Fire - Ohio Players

Ohio players - Love rollercoaster:Anthology (Deluxe (CD)

Ohio players - Love rollercoaster:Anthology (Deluxe (CD)

The Ohio Players - Love Rollercoaster: Anthology

Ohio players - Love rollercoaster:Anthology (Deluxe (CD)

The Ohio Players - Love Rollercoaster: Anthology (CD)

In the 1975 track Love Rollercoaster, on the Ohio Players album Honey, a scream which sounds like a woman in agony can be heard in the background, at one point in the song. This did not go unnoticed, and about a year after the songs release, a radio DJ started an urban legend. Was it that of the model on the albums cover, screaming in pain as heated honey burned her flesh? Was she stabbed to death outside of the recording booth, her screams picked up and put into the final track?

In the 1975 track Love Rollercoaster, on the Ohio Players album Honey, a scream which sounds like a woman in agony can be heard in the background, at one point in the song. This did not go unnoticed, and about a year after the songs release, a radio DJ started an urban legend. Was it that of the model on the albums cover, screaming in pain as heated honey burned her flesh? Was she stabbed to death outside of the recording booth, her screams picked up and put into the final track?

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