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Skin Tight

Ohio Players

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1.1
Skin Tight
Ohio Players
7:55
1.2
Streakin' Cheek To Cheek
Ohio Players
5:40
1.3
It's Your Night / Words Of Love
Ohio Players
8:00
1.4
Jive Turkey
Ohio Players
7:08
1.5
Heaven Must Be Like This
Ohio Players
7:20
1.6
Is Anybody Gonna Be Saved?
Ohio Players
5:01
Total Playing Time    41:04
Skin Tight (April 1974) is the fifth studio album by the Ohio Players and the first album released through the Mercury label. Skin Tight signified a turning point in the group's career towards a more jazzy and polished funk sound. The album began the Players' dominant platinum-selling period, and would bring them a much bigger audience. In fact, this release would outsell all of their previous LPs combined. The band produced and recorded the album in Chicago, with Barry Mraz as recording engineer. The final mix was mastered by Lee Hulko.
192 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Mercury Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-6 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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