Under the aegis of producers Jerry Kasenetz and Jeff Katz, Ohio Express surfaced repeatedly on the late-'60s pop charts. It was the song "Yummy, Yummy, Yummy" that really put them over the top. I t's approaching the end of 1969, and Buddah Records' star teeny-bopper group, Ohio Express, notoriously famous for its late '60s top 40 radio hits Yummy Yummy Yummy and Chewy, Chewy, is ready for a serious musical change.In mid-'69, a new incarnation of Ohio Express organized by Doug Grassel and featuring Grassel, Scott Steelman, Bruce Knott, and Doug Wimmer come to Austin from … Wounded Bird. Listen to Ohio Express Yummy Yummy Yummy MP3 song. American bubblegum pop band, formed in Mansfield, Ohio, in 1967. Ohio Express Their first hit record was "Beg, Borrow And Steal", which cracked the Top 40 in the U.S. and Canada in 1967. Check out Yummy, Yummy, Yummy by Ohio Express on Amazon Music. Yummy Yummy Yummy song from the album Sugar Sugar is released on Aug 2011 . The Best of the Ohio Express: Yummy Yummy Yummy - Ohio Express - Buddha The Amazon.com MP3 Store has an audio clip of "Chewy Chewy" by Ohio Express on the album listed below. Ohio Express music CDs Artist was one of the premier Bubblegum groups presented by the Buddah label in the late-1960s. Click on the album name and you will be taken to a list of mp3 album tracks with audio samples that include the above song. 2009. According to their hit single, “Yummy Yummy Yummy,” love is felt, believe it or not, in your tummy. Though marketed as a band, it would be more accurate to say that "Ohio Express" served as a brand name used by Jerry Kasenetz's and Jeff Katz's Super K Production to release music by several different musicians and acts. This two-fer CD contains three of their biggest hits, "Yummy, Yummy, Yummy", "Down At Lulu's" and "Chewy, Chewy". They had two charting albums, the eponymous Artist (1968) and Chewy, Chewy (1969). Lyrics hardly worthy of Gershwin, but the pop charts proved receptive to the Ohio Express' hit from the summer of 1968, and bubblegum pop rarely became more mindless or infectious. The rest of this bubblegum pop hit doesn’t do much more explaining, though, aside from likening one’s love to sugar and spices and using punny pick up lines (“Kinda sounds funny/ But your love’s honey/ And honey, I love you”). The band is strongly associated with fellow upbeat pop group 1910 Fruitgum Company.Both groups were partially faceless studio assemblages … That song went to number four in the U.S., number five in the United Kingdom, number five in Ireland, number seven in Australia and number one in Canada. Floyd Marcus is the drummer for the 1910 Fruitgum Company, who also recorded for Buddah Records and recorded many of the same songs as The Ohio Express. The Ohio Express was a bubblegum pop and garage rock band that fronted for Kasenetz and Katz's Super K Productions. The duration of song is 02:11. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.com. Yummy Yummy Yummy 2:22 2 Winter Skies 3:12 3 Into This Time 2:57 4 First Grade Reader 3:07 5 Mary-Ann 2:33 6 Down At Lulu's 1:56 7 Turn To Straw 4:04 8 Vacation 1:45 9 She's Not Comin' Home 2:51 10 It's A Sad Day 2:49 11 The Time You Spent With Me 4:58 The best known Ohio Express songs, including their highest charting single, "Yummy Yummy Yummy") … Their first single, a reworked Rare Breed tune called "Beg, Borrow and Steal" cracked the charts, but it was the sugary-sweet one-two punch of "Yummy Yummy Yummy" and "Chewy Chewy" that produced their biggest hits. "Yummy yummy yummy, I got love in my tummy/And I feel like a-lovin' you/Love you're such a sweet thing, good enough to eat thing/And that's just a-what I'm gonna do."