Wild Cherry is the first studio album by Wild Cherry, released in 1976. The album includes the group's only major single success, "Play That Funky Music". All songs written by Rob Parissi except where noted. Play That Funky Music" – 5:01. The Lady Wants Your Money" – 4:13. 99½" (Steve Cropper, Eddie Floyd, Wilson Pickett) – 3:00. Don't Go Near the Water" – 3:16. Nowhere to Run" (Holland–Dozier–Holland) – 3:05. I Feel Sanctified" (The Commodores) – 3:53.
Steubenville, Ohio 1970-80 Wild Cherry started as a straight rock band, playing Ohio style melodic hard rock with proto power pop influences. They cut a couple records on their own, before getting signed to Terry Knight's Brown Bag label. These records did not have much impact, and the band broke up for a while. In 1975 or thereabouts original Wild Cherry leader Rob Parissi recruited some musicians from the Pittsburgh area, and started a new Wild Cherry.
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The debut album from the foursome from Pennsylvania. It featured the ferocious single "Play That Funky Music. Robert Parissi's animated vocals were complemented by the soulful chimes of the guitar, a smokin' bassline, and some hyped backing vocals.
|A1||Play That Funky Music
Horns – Chuck Berginc, Jack Brandiar, Joe Eckert, Rick SingerWritten-By – R. Parissi*
|A2||The Lady Wants Your Money
Backing Vocals – Becky Goldstein, Tampa LannSynthesizer – Mark AvsecWritten-By – R. Parissi*
Horns – Chuck Berginc, Jack Brandiar, Joe Eckert, Rick SingerWritten-By – S. Cropper*, W. Pickett*
|A4||Don't Go Near The Water
Written-By – R. Parissi*
|B1||Nowhere To Run
Synthesizer, Piano – Mark AvsecWritten-By – Hollan, Dozier, Holland*
|B2||I Feel Sanctified
Horns – Chuck Berginc, Jack Brandiar, Joe Eckert, Rick SingerWritten-By – B. Miller*, Commodores, J. Bowen*
Backing Vocals – Becky Goldstein, Tampa LannVibraphone [Vibes] – Jerry PollackWritten-By – R. Parissi*
|B4||Get It Up
Backing Vocals – Becky Goldstein, Tampa LannSynthesizer – Allen WentzWritten-By – R. Parissi*
|B5||What In The Funk Do You See
Synthesizer – Allen WentzWritten-By – R. Parissi*
|PE 34195||Wild Cherry||Wild Cherry (LP, Album, Ter)||Epic, Sweet City Records||PE 34195||US||1976|
|EK 34195||Wild Cherry||Wild Cherry (CD, Album)||Epic||EK 34195||US||Unknown|
|IDK 34195||Wild Cherry||Wild Cherry (CD, Album)||Epic, Sweet City Records, Sony Music Special Editions||IDK 34195||Canada||Unknown|
|EK 34195||Wild Cherry||Wild Cherry (CD, Album)||Epic||EK 34195||France||Unknown|
|PE 34195||Wild Cherry||Wild Cherry (LP, Album)||Epic, Sweet City Records||PE 34195||Canada||1976|