1978 Leon Haywood – Double My Pleasure

Double My Pleasure is the eighth album by Leon Haywood, released in 1978 on MCA.

Otha Leon Haywood (February 11, 1942 – April 5, 2016) was an American funk and soul singer, songwriter, and record producer. He is best known for his 1975 hit single “I Want’a Do Something Freaky to You”, which has been much sampled by Dr. Dre and others.


1  Double My Pleasure (Leon Haywood) 04:59
2  You Bring Out The Freak In Me (Leon Haywood) 07:19
3  Fine And Healthy Things (Willard Burton) 04:39
4  She’s Built She’s Stacked (Leon Haywood) 03:15
5  Self Respect (Tony Coleman) 03:36
6  Super Sexy (Leon Haywood) 03:16
7  Life Goes On (Leon Haywood) 03:01
8  It’s Gonna Be Alright (Willard Burton) 02:57



BassDavid Shields
BassRick Jones
BassRon Brown
DrumsEd Greene
DrumsJames Gadson
GuitarTony Drake
GuitarBilly Ray Charles
GuitarRay Parker Jr
GuitarRoland Bautista
KeyboardsLeon Haywood
KeyboardsGail Deadrick
KeyboardsGreg Jackson
KeyboardsJack Perry
KeyboardsJames Ingram
KeyboardsTony Coleman
PercussionEddie Brown
Background VocalsAugie Johnson
Background VocalsGregory Matta
Background VocalsJulia Tillman Waters
Background VocalsLouie Patton
Background VocalsMaxine Willard Waters
Background VocalsVenetta Fields
VocalsLeon Haywood

Liner Notes

Producer – Leon Haywood
Arranged By (Rhythm) – Leon Haywood
Arranged By (Rhythm, Horns) – Tony Coleman
Arranged By (Strings, Horns) – Gene Page
Engineer (Asstant) – Al Schmitt
Engineer, Mixed By – John Mills
Mastered By – John Golden
Mixed By – Fred Borkgren

Photography By – Jim Britt

Phonographic Copyright (p) – MCA Records, Inc.
Copyright (c) – MCA Records, Inc.
Published By – Jim-Edd Music
Recorded At – ABC Recording Studios
Remixed At – Bolic Sound
Remixed At – Westlake Audio
Remixed At – The Burbank Studios
Remixed At – Kendun Recorders
Mastered At – Kendun Recorders