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Try It - Ohio Express - Beg, Borrow And Steal: The Complete Cameo Recordings (CD)

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  1. The recordings are mono. This disc is licensed through Buddah Records, and carries their US catalogue number (BDA 70) with the addition of a P (for Pocket Disc). Ohio Express - Try It / Soul Struttin' - Cameo - USA () Next by Artist. Ohio Express - Beg, Borrow And Steal / Maybe - Cameo - USA () Previous by Artist. The Beatles - Hey.
  2. Career Beginnings: The Rare Breed () The question of who is the "real" Ohio Express is difficult to answer. The first record credited to The Ohio Express was "Beg, Borrow and Steal", a "Louie Louie" derivation which became a Top 40 hit in the US and Canada in late However, exactly the same record had initially been issued as by the Rare Breed in early on Attack Records.
  3. Maybe that's because the album is actually made up of recordings made by three different bands and all bundled together under the Ohio Express name by producers Jerry Kasenetz and Jeff Katz. The duo cut the song "Beg, Borrow and Steal" in with a New York band called the Conquests, who they renamed the Rare Breed. Though it was a fun "Louie.
  4. When this didn't originally hit, Kasenetz and Katz took it to Cameo-Parkway and re-released it under a new name: The Ohio Express. The record then blasted off to #29 in October of They followed it up with their version of The Standells' "Try It" and only made it to #
  5. The Ohio Express Was One of the Earliest Productions by the Legendary Bubblegum Producing Team of Jerry Kasenetz and Jeffrey Katz Beg, Borrow and Steal—The Complete Cameo Recordings Marks the First Reissue in Any Format of the Lone Album Cut by the Ohio Express for the Cameo Label Also Includes Four Single Sides and Two Unreleased Tracks.
  6. Beg, Borrow Or Steal was recorded by The Rare Breed. The outfit that first went on the road as Ohio Express was another Mansfield, Ohio group Sir Timothy and The Royals, led by Tim Corwin. They were involved in many of the earlier studio recordings and Corwin stayed on through later personnel shifts.
  7. Ohio Express B: Yummy, Yummy, Yummy: Eric USA: 7" 7: Ohio Express A: Sweeter Than Sugar B: Bitter Lemon: Radio Active Gold USA: RD 7" 0: Ohio Express A: Sweeter Than Sugar B: Cowboy Convention: Radio Active Gold USA: RD 7" 1: Ohio Express A: Mercy B: Roll It Up: Radio Active Gold USA: RD 7" 0: Ohio Express A: Yummy.
  8. The "Beg, Borrow And Steal" LP is a mixed bag of folk-rock, blue-eyed soul, and garage crunch, fairly crudely recorded, not overly polished. The fidelity on this reissue is as good as can be given the original production quality.
  9. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Beg, Borrow And Steal: The Complete Cameo Recordings on Discogs/5(2).

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