Engineer – Dick Baxter, Jim Crotty, Tom Brown, Jr.
Photography By – Nick Sangiamo
Producer – Gooding, Simmons, Silvester
Supervised By [Production] – Buzz Willis
Phonographic Copyright (p) – RCA Records
Copyright (c) – RCA Records
Afrodisiac is a funksoul album by The Main Ingredient. Released in 1973 by RCA Records, the album features several songs written or co-written by Stevie Wonder. Bert De Coteaux - arranger, conductor. Buzz Willis - production supervisor. Acy R. Lehman - art direction. Nick Sangiamo - photography. Studio album by The Main Ingredient. 1973 at RCA's Studio D, New York City, New York. 1 Track listing. 2 Personnel. 3 Charts. 4 References. 5 External links. AfrodisiacStudio album by The Main IngredientReleased1973Recorded1973StudioRCA's Studio D, New York City, New YorkGenreSoulLength39:11LabelRCAProducer. Álbum 1973 10 canciones. Pruébalo gratis. The Main Ingredient. R&BSoul 1973. Escuchar free to The Main Ingredient Afrodisiac Superwoman, Where Were You When I Needed You and more. 10 tracks 38:33. Released June 15, 1973. Afrodisiac Tracklist. Superwoman Lyrics. Afrodisiac 1973. Album by The Main Ingredient. Girl Blue. was sampled in. Azucar by Earl Sweatshirt 2018. It's O. by Fat Joe 2001. Black Man on Track by Jungle Brothers 1997. see 6 more connections. GLC 2011. Earth-Linger by Portishead 1994. Your Man Is My Man Main Mix by Nikki D 1991. see 4 more connections. Something 'Bout Love. Cowboys by Fugees feat. Outsidaz and John Forté 1996. Work to Do. 2015 Bonus Track Version. Rolling Down a Mountainside. Music Maximus. Everybody Plays the Fool feat. Everybody Plays The Fool. 2009 сингл Re-Recorded, Remastered. I Only Have Eyes For You, Shame On The World. Everybody Plays The Fool: The Best Of The Main Ingredient. Features Song Lyrics for The Main Ingredient's Afrodisiac album. Work to Do Lyrics. The Main Ingredient Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album Leave a review. In the Know. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop Wipe Out June 22, 1963. RIFFd: Nas Nasir. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop Mr. Tambourine Man June 21, 1965