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Back Stabbers

The O'Jays

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A major turning point for the O'Jays, Back Stabbers took the group to the top of the charts and made them household names in the R&B world. The O'Jays had been paying serious dues since the late '50s, and their perseverance payed off in a major way when the unsettling title song, the infectious "Time to Get Down," and the uplifting "Love Train" became their biggest hits up to that point. Indeed, this album did more than its part to help establish Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff's Philadelphia International Records as the most successful soul label since Stax and Motown.
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1
When the World's at Peace (Album Version)
O'Jays
00:05:18

Norman Harris, Guitar - Bobby Marin, Arranger - RONNIE BAKER, Bass - The O'Jays, Performer - Adam Block, Director - Tony Martell, Executive Producer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Earl Young, Drums - Larry Washington, Congas - Larry Washington, Bongos - K. Gamble, Composer - K. Gamble, Lyricist - Don Renaldo, Piano - Don Renaldo, Horns - Leon Huff, Piano - B. SIGLER, Composer - B. SIGLER, Lyricist - Bunny Sigler, Guitar - Bunny Sigler, Piano - Patti Matheny, A&R Coordinator - Leo Sacks, Producer - Joe Tarsia, Engineer - Bobby Eli, Guitar - ROLAND CHAMBERS, Guitar - P. Hurtt, Composer - P. Hurtt, Lyricist - Leonard Pakula, Organ

(P) 1972 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Back Stabbers (Album Version)
O'Jays
00:03:06

Norman Harris, Guitar - RONNIE BAKER, Bass - The O'Jays, Performer - Adam Block, Director - Tony Martell, Executive Producer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Earl Young, Drums - Larry Washington, Congas - Larry Washington, Bongos - Thom Bell, Arranger - Don Renaldo, Piano - Don Renaldo, Horns - Leon Huff, Piano - Bunny Sigler, Guitar - Bunny Sigler, Piano - L. Huff, Composer - L. Huff, Lyricist - Patti Matheny, A&R Coordinator - G. McFadden, Composer - G. McFadden, Lyricist - J. WHITEHEAD, Composer - J. WHITEHEAD, Lyricist - Leo Sacks, Producer - Joe Tarsia, Engineer - Bobby Eli, Guitar - ROLAND CHAMBERS, Guitar - Leonard Pakula, Organ

(P) 1972 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Who Am I (Album Version)
O'Jays
00:05:10

Norman Harris, Guitar - Norman Harris, Arranger - RONNIE BAKER, Bass - The O'Jays, Performer - Adam Block, Director - Tony Martell, Executive Producer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Earl Young, Drums - Larry Washington, Congas - Larry Washington, Bongos - Don Renaldo, Piano - Don Renaldo, Horns - Leon Huff, Piano - B. SIGLER, Composer - B. SIGLER, Lyricist - Bunny Sigler, Guitar - Bunny Sigler, Piano - Patti Matheny, A&R Coordinator - Leo Sacks, Producer - Joe Tarsia, Engineer - Bobby Eli, Guitar - ROLAND CHAMBERS, Guitar - P. Hurtt, Composer - P. Hurtt, Lyricist - Leonard Pakula, Organ

(P) 1972 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
(They Call Me) Mr. Lucky (Album Version)
O'Jays
00:03:18

Norman Harris, Guitar - RONNIE BAKER, Arranger - RONNIE BAKER, Bass - The O'Jays, Performer - Adam Block, Director - Tony Martell, Executive Producer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Earl Young, Drums - Larry Washington, Congas - Larry Washington, Bongos - K. Gamble, Composer - K. Gamble, Lyricist - Don Renaldo, Piano - Don Renaldo, Horns - Leon Huff, Piano - Bunny Sigler, Guitar - Bunny Sigler, Piano - L. Huff, Composer - L. Huff, Lyricist - Patti Matheny, A&R Coordinator - Leo Sacks, Producer - Joe Tarsia, Engineer - Bobby Eli, Guitar - ROLAND CHAMBERS, Guitar - Leonard Pakula, Organ

(P) 1972 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
Time to Get Down (Album Version)
O'Jays
00:02:52

Bobby Martin, Arranger - Norman Harris, Guitar - RONNIE BAKER, Bass - The O'Jays, Performer - Adam Block, Director - Tony Martell, Executive Producer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Earl Young, Drums - Larry Washington, Congas - Larry Washington, Bongos - Don Renaldo, Piano - Don Renaldo, Horns - Leon Huff, Composer - Leon Huff, Lyricist - Leon Huff, Piano - Bunny Sigler, Guitar - Bunny Sigler, Piano - Patti Matheny, A&R Coordinator - Leo Sacks, Producer - Joe Tarsia, Engineer - Bobby Eli, Guitar - ROLAND CHAMBERS, Guitar - Kenneth Gamble, Composer - Kenneth Gamble, Lyricist - Leonard Pakula, Organ

(P) 1972 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
992 Arguments (Previously released material)
O'Jays
00:06:06

James Hicks, Timpani - Rickie Hicks, Marimba - Rickie Hicks, Tambourine - Rickie Hicks, Timpani - Rickie Hicks, Congas - Jim Gallagher, Engineer - Cissy Houston, Background Vocal - Charles Apollonia, Violin - Dennis Harris, Guitar - John R. (Jack) Faith, Saxophone - Michael Hutchinson, 2nd Engineer - Thom Bell, Arranger - Thom Bell, Piano - Thom Bell, Synthesizer - Thom Bell, Keyboards - Thom Bell, Organ - E.J. Jones, Background Vocal - Richard Genevese, Trombone - Ronnie Baker, Bass - Sam Peake, Saxophone - Jay Mark, Engineer - Michael Pedicin Jr., Flute - Michael Pedicin Jr., Saxophone - Tito Jackson, Guitar - Anthony Jackson, Bass - Jeffrey Stewart, 2nd Engineer - Frankie Brunson, Arranger - Frankie Brunson, Keyboards - Frankie Brunson, Piano - Frankie Brunson, Organ - Frankie Brunson, Synthesizer - Leon Huff, Arranger - Leon Huff, Keyboards - Leon Huff, Piano - Leon Huff, Organ - Leon Huff, Synthesizer - Leon Huff, Background Vocal - Bob Moore, Trombone - Roger Andrews, Bass - JAMES MENDELL, Producer - Danny Davis, French Horn - Dirk Devlin, Engineer - Rickie Hicks, Bongos - Jim Helmer, Drums - Leo Sacks, Producer - Mikki Farrow, Background Vocal - Herb Johnson, Background Vocal - Vince Montana, Producer - Vince Montana, Timpani - James (Jimmy) Sigler, Keyboards - James (Jimmy) Sigler, Piano - James (Jimmy) Sigler, Organ - James (Jimmy) Sigler, Synthesizer - Victor Carstarphen, Background Vocal - Victor Carstarphen, Keyboards - Victor Carstarphen, Piano - Victor Carstarphen, Organ - Victor Carstarphen, Synthesizer - The Sweet Inspirations, Background Vocal - John Hart, Background Vocal - John Hart, Piano - John Hart, Organ - John Hart, Synthesizer - John Hart, Keyboards - Albert Barone, Violin - John Davis, Flute - John Davis, Saxophone - K. Gamble, Composer - K. Gamble, Lyricist - T.J. Tindall, Guitar - Davis Barnett, Viola - Sam Peake, Flute - Kenneth Gamble, Producer - Kenneth Gamble, Arranger - Kenneth Gamble, Background Vocal - Al Grey, Trombone - Joe Donofrio, Violin - Theodore Life, Guitar - John Whitehead, Background Vocal - T. G. Conway, Keyboards - T. G. Conway, Organ - T. G. Conway, Synthesizer - Linda Creed, Background Vocal - Shirley Brewer, Background Vocal - Larry Washington, Marimba - Larry Washington, Tambourine - Larry Washington, Timpani - Larry Washington, Congas - Larry Washington, Bongos - Cotton Kent, Keyboards - Cotton Kent, Piano - Cotton Kent, Organ - Cotton Kent, Synthesizer - David Thompson, Drums - Eugene (LambChop) Curry, Piano - Reginald Lucas, Guitar - Karl Chambers, Drums - Jerry Cohen, Keyboards - Jerry Cohen, Piano - Jerry Cohen, Synthesizer - Jerry Cohen, Organ - Larry Gold, Acoustic Cello - James Mendell, Keyboards - James Mendell, Organ - James Mendell, Synthesizer - James Mendell, Piano - Don Renaldo, Violin - Angelo Petrella, Viola - David Guest, Background Vocal - Carl Paruolo, Engineer - Bunny Sigler, Producer - Bunny Sigler, Arranger - Bunny Sigler, Synthesizer - Bunny Sigler, Piano - Bunny Sigler, Keyboards - Bunny Sigler, Background Vocal - Bunny Sigler, Guitar - Bunny Sigler, Organ - T. G. Conway, Piano - Michael "Sugar Bear" Forman, Bass - Earl Young, Background Vocal - Earl Young, Drums - Earl Young, Marimba - Earl Young, Tambourine - Earl Young, Timpani - Earl Young, Congas - Earl Young, Bongos - Win Wilford, Bass - Christine Reeves, Violin - David Bay, Guitar - Bobby Martin, Producer - Bobby Martin, French Horn - Bobby Martin, Arranger - Deborah Stockton, Background Vocal - Bruce Gray, Keyboards - Bruce Gray, Piano - Bruce Gray, Organ - Bruce Gray, Synthesizer - Leon Huff, Producer - Norman Harris, Producer - Norman Harris, Arranger - Norman Harris, Guitar - Big Jim, Background Vocal - Tom Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Carla Benson, Background Vocal - Ron (Have Mercy) Kersey, Synthesizer - Carl Helm, Background Vocal - Laura Nyro, Organ - Phil Hurtt, Producer - Charles Collins, Drums - Charles Collins, Marimba - Charles Collins, Tambourine - Charles Collins, Congas - Charles Collins, Bongos - Gene McFadden, Background Vocal - Edward Moore, Guitar - Corliss (Sunshine) Forrest, Marimba - Corliss (Sunshine) Forrest, Timpani - Corliss (Sunshine) Forrest, Congas - Corliss (Sunshine) Forrest, Tambourine - Corliss (Sunshine) Forrest, Bongos - Milton Phibbs, French Horn - Zach Zachary, Arranger - Zach Zachary, Flute - Zach Zachary, Saxophone - Roger Stevens, Trumpet - L. Huff, Composer - L. Huff, Lyricist - Kenny Present, Engineer - David Cruse, Marimba - David Cruse, Timpani - David Cruse, Congas - David Cruse, Bongos - Leonard Pakula, Arranger - Leonard Pakula, Marimba - Leonard Pakula, Tambourine - Leonard Pakula, Timpani - Leonard Pakula, Congas - Leonard Pakula, Bongos - Leonard Pakula, Keyboards - Leonard Pakula, Piano - Leonard Pakula, Organ - Leonard Pakula, Synthesizer - John R. (Jack) Faith, Flute - Ron (Have Mercy) Kersey, Keyboards - Ron (Have Mercy) Kersey, Piano - Ron (Have Mercy) Kersey, Organ - Doc Wade, Background Vocal - Doc Wade, Guitar - Richard Rome, Arranger - Richard Rome, Keyboards - Richard Rome, Piano - Richard Rome, Organ - Richard Rome, Synthesizer - Ron Kersey, Background Vocal - Ronald Tyson, Tambourine - Ronald Tyson, Congas - Ronald Tyson, Bongos - Peter Humphreys, 2nd Engineer - Don Murray, Engineer - Dennis Dozier, Guitar - Tony Martell, Executive Producer - Guy Fiske, Guitar - Randy Jackson, Marimba - Randy Jackson, Tambourine - Randy Jackson, Bongos - Randy Jackson, Congas - Randy Jackson, Timpani - Harriet Tharpe, Background Vocal - David Thompson, Marimba - David Thompson, Tambourine - David Thompson, Timpani - David Thompson, Congas - David Thompson, Bongos - Laura Nyro, Keyboards - Laura Nyro, Piano - Laura Nyro, Synthesizer - Harold Melvin, Producer - Roland Chambers, Guitar - Michael Tarsia, 2nd Engineer - Vince Montana, Arranger - Vince Montana, Marimba - Vince Montana, Tambourine - Vince Montana, Congas - Vince Montana, Bongos - David Jones, Keyboards - David Jones, Piano - David Jones, Organ - David Jones, Synthesizer - Norman Farrington, Drums - Ronnie James, Guitar - Bobby Hartzell, Trumpet - Eugene (LambChop) Curry, Keyboards - Eugene (LambChop) Curry, Piano - Eugene (LambChop) Curry, Organ - Eugene (LambChop) Curry, Synthesizer - Ed Casceralle, Trombone - The O'Jays, Performer - Romeo Distefano, Acoustic Cello - Arthur Stoppe, Engineer - Robert Cupit, Tambourine - Scott Miller, Drums - Kim Miller, Guitar - Barbara Ingram, Background Vocal - Earl Young, Producer - Tom Kennery, Guitar - James Hicks, Marimba - James Hicks, Tambourine - James Hicks, Congas - James Hicks, Bongos - Bruce Gray, Piano - Frederick Joiner, Trombone - Joe Tarsia, Recording Engineer - Jimmy Williams, Bass - Joe DeAngelis, French Horn - Harold Williams, Keyboards - Harold Williams, Piano - Harold Williams, Organ - Harold Williams, Synthesizer - Rocco Bene, Trumpet - Andrew Smith, Drums - Roland Chambers, Producer - Rudy Maliazia, Violin - Raymond Earl, Bass - Ronald Tyson, Marimba - Ronald Tyson, Timpani - Bobby Eli, Guitar - Tony Williams, Flute - Tony Williams, Saxophone - Nydia Mata, Marimba - Nydia Mata, Tambourine - Nydia Mata, Timpani - Nydia Mata, Congas - Nydia Mata, Bongos - Michael Thompson, Drums - Diana Barnett, Violin - Ugene Dozier, Producer - Ugene Dozier, Piano - Stanley Wade, Background Vocal - Stanley Wade, Bass - Ronnie Baker, Producer - Ronnie Baker, Arranger - Yvette Davis, Background Vocal - Jimmy Ellis, Background Vocal - Dexter Wansel, Piano - Dexter Wansel, Keyboards - Dexter Wansel, Organ - Dexter Wansel, Synthesizer - Evette Benton, Background Vocal - Ugene Dozier, Keyboards - Ugene Dozier, Piano - Ugene Dozier, Organ - Ugene Dozier, Synthesizer - Allan Felder, Timpani - Eddie Green, Keyboards - Eddie Green, Piano - Eddie Green, Organ - Eddie Green, Synthesizer - Joseph B. Jefferson, Background Vocal

(P) 1972 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
Listen to the Clock on the Wall (Album Version)
The O'Jays
00:03:46

Norman Harris, Guitar - Ronnie Baker, Bass - RONNIE BAKER, Bass - The O'Jays, Performer - Adam Block, Director - Tony Martell, Executive Producer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Earl Young, Drums - Larry Washington, Percussion - Larry Washington, Congas - Larry Washington, Bongos - Roland Chambers, Guitar - K. Gamble, Composer - K. Gamble, Lyricist - Don Renaldo, Piano - Don Renaldo, Horns - Leon Huff, Producer - Leon Huff, Piano - Bunny Sigler, Guitar - Bunny Sigler, Piano - Sam Reed, Horns - L. Huff, Composer - L. Huff, Lyricist - Patti Matheny, A&R Coordinator - Joe Tarsia, Engineer - Bobby Eli, Guitar - ROLAND CHAMBERS, Guitar - Kenneth Gamble, Producer - Leonard Pakula, Arranger - Leonard Pakula, Organ

(P) 1972 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
Shiftless, Shady, Jealous Kind of People (Album Version)
O'Jays
00:03:36

Norman Harris, Guitar - RONNIE BAKER, Bass - The O'Jays, Performer - Adam Block, Director - Tony Martell, Executive Producer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Earl Young, Drums - Larry Washington, Congas - Larry Washington, Bongos - K. Gamble, Composer - K. Gamble, Lyricist - Thom Bell, Arranger - Don Renaldo, Piano - Don Renaldo, Horns - Leon Huff, Piano - Bunny Sigler, Guitar - Bunny Sigler, Piano - L. Huff, Composer - L. Huff, Lyricist - Patti Matheny, A&R Coordinator - G. McFadden, Composer - G. McFadden, Lyricist - J. WHITEHEAD, Composer - J. WHITEHEAD, Lyricist - Leo Sacks, Producer - Joe Tarsia, Engineer - Bobby Eli, Guitar - ROLAND CHAMBERS, Guitar - Leonard Pakula, Organ

(P) 1972 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
Sunshine (Album Version)
O'Jays
00:03:41

Norman Harris, Guitar - RONNIE BAKER, Bass - The O'Jays, Performer - Adam Block, Director - Tony Martell, Executive Producer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Earl Young, Drums - Larry Washington, Congas - Larry Washington, Bongos - Thom Bell, Arranger - Don Renaldo, Piano - Don Renaldo, Horns - Leon Huff, Piano - B. SIGLER, Composer - B. SIGLER, Lyricist - Bunny Sigler, Guitar - Bunny Sigler, Piano - Patti Matheny, A&R Coordinator - Leo Sacks, Producer - Joe Tarsia, Engineer - Bobby Eli, Guitar - ROLAND CHAMBERS, Guitar - P. Hurtt, Composer - P. Hurtt, Lyricist - Leonard Pakula, Organ

(P) 1972 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

10
Love Train (Album Version)
The O'Jays
00:02:58

Bobby Martin, Arranger - Norman Harris, Guitar - RONNIE BAKER, Bass - The O'Jays, Performer - Adam Block, Director - Tony Martell, Executive Producer - Thomas Ruff, Mastering Engineer - Earl Young, Drums - Larry Washington, Congas - Larry Washington, Bongos - Don Renaldo, Piano - Don Renaldo, Horns - Leon Huff, Composer - Leon Huff, Lyricist - Leon Huff, Piano - Bunny Sigler, Guitar - Bunny Sigler, Piano - Patti Matheny, A&R Coordinator - Leo Sacks, Producer - Joe Tarsia, Engineer - Bobby Eli, Guitar - ROLAND CHAMBERS, Guitar - Kenneth Gamble, Composer - Kenneth Gamble, Lyricist - Leonard Pakula, Organ

(P) 1972 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Descriptif de l'album

A major turning point for the O'Jays, Back Stabbers took the group to the top of the charts and made them household names in the R&B world. The O'Jays had been paying serious dues since the late '50s, and their perseverance payed off in a major way when the unsettling title song, the infectious "Time to Get Down," and the uplifting "Love Train" became their biggest hits up to that point. Indeed, this album did more than its part to help establish Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff's Philadelphia International Records as the most successful soul label since Stax and Motown.
© Alex Henderson /TiVo

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