Honey is the seventh studio album by American band the Ohio Players. Released on August 16, 1975 by Mercury Records. It is generally regarded as a classic, the band's best album, and the last great full-length release of their dominant era in the mid-1970s. Like previous albums by the band, Honey is known for a racy cover photo. In this case image is a nude woman holding a sticky jar of honey in one hand while lasciviously swallowing a spoonful of it with the other
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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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.
Ohio Players were an American funk, soul music and R&B band, most popular in the 1970s. They are best known for their songs "Fire" and "Love Rollercoaster"; as well as for their erotic album covers that featured nude or nearly nude women. Many of the women were models featured in Playboy Magazine.
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