The O'Jays - To Prove I Love You album FLAC
Artist: The O'Jays, The O’Jays. Album: Philadelphia International: The 40th Anniversary Collection, The Year 2000. The O’Jays, The O'Jays: best 2 tracks. The O'Jays - Family Reunion Love Songs, 2003 06:56. The O'Jays - You Won't Fail The Year 2000, 1980 05:19. Artist: The O'Jays The O’Jays.
I Love Music" is a song written by Gamble and Huff and recorded by The O'Jays. It appeared on the group's 1975 album Family Reunion. The single version went to number one on the soul singles chart and reached number five on the Billboard Hot 100. In the UK, the song peaked at number 13 in the Top 40 singles charts, in March 1976. The single was most successful on the US Disco File Top 20 chart, where it spent eight weeks at number one.
To Prove I Love You (7", Single, Promo).
The O'Jays are back on the love train with new single 'I Got You'. The O'Jays are back on the love train with new single 'I Got You'. Eddie Levert S. Walter Williams S. and Eric Nolan Grant are having the final say with April 19’s The Last Word, the first new O’Jays album in more than two decades. Why now? We’ve waited long enough, Levert tells EW, with a chuckle. And from the sound of the trio’s newest track, I Got You, the group will be bringing the love train along with them. I Got You’ has a really old school vibe, adds Levert. It reminds me of a song we did a long time ago called ‘I Dig Your Act’ - a light, happy feeling going on there. It touches on some tough topics but it’s a happy song
The O’Jays rekindle the spirit - and the sumptuous sound - of Philadelphia soul in the Seventies on new single I Got You. The song will appear on The Last Word, which the group says will be their final LP. I Got You offers a message of reassurance in a time of political tumult: Even if the sky begins to fall, and even if they try to build that wall, and even if the bomb goes off and the world is set on fire, I got your back. It’s almost gospel, says the O’Jays’ Walter Williams. The Last Word is set for release on April 19. The album includes contributions from the songwriter Sam Hollander - known more for pop and rock hits like Panic! at the Disco’s High Hopes - and Betty Wright, another Seventies soul hit-maker. The O’Jays’ last non-Christmas album, Imagination, came out in 2004. In This Article: The O'Jays.
Love Train" is a song by Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff that was a hit record for The O'Jays. Released in 1973, it reached on both the R&B and the Billboard Hot 100 charts and was certified gold by the RIAA. It was The O'Jays' first and only record on the . The song's lyrics of unity mention a number of countries, including England, Russia, China, Egypt and Israel, as well as the continent of Africa. Besides its release as a single, "Love Train" was the last song on The O'Jays' album Back Stabbers.
Features Song Lyrics for The O'Jays's Original Album Classics: The O'Jays album. Give the People What They Want Lyrics. 13. I Love Music Lyrics. 14. Love Train Lyrics. 15. You Got Your Hooks In Me Lyrics. The O'Jays Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
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- Arranged By – John R. Faith
- Producer – Gamble & Huff (tracks: Kenneth Gamble & Leon Huff)
- Written-By – Gamble & Huff (tracks: K. Gamble - L. Huff)
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Same song in stereo both sides
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