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Youre Too Sweet - The OJays - Back On Top (CD, Album)

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  1. Kamuro says:
    What more can anyone say other than WOW what an album, with probably, literally, the very best tracks that the O'Jays released, this certainly does what it says on the tin. It /5().
  2. Moogusho says:
    The CD includes the O'Jays classics, Backstabbers, Survival, Give the People What They Want and another favorite song of mine. For The Love of Money featuring one of the best bass lines ever. There is some filler but the price is right/5().
  3. Akinris says:
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  4. Vudocage says:
    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.
  5. JoJogal says:
    Ultimate Ojays Ultimate O'Jays songs This Cd hit the spot for my Ojays fix. Ultimate O'Jays album for sale I wish that it also had Brandy on it, but I will continue to shop with you guys. It has taken me several years to get my hand on this collection. Keep up the good work. By .
  6. Vudogami says:
    The O'Jays - Samples, Covers and Remixes on WhoSampled. Discover all The O'Jays's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download.
  7. Mosho says:
    About The O'Jays. A vocal group with a history in Doo-Wop, the Cleveland-based O'Jays actually embodied the Philly sound in the '70s. Characterized by a metronomic groove, lavish strings and slick production courtesy of songwriting / producing team Gamble & Huff, The O'Jays and other artists on the Philly International label invented the slow jam.
  8. Mazukazahn says:
    Sweet - Hannover Sessions 4 CD BOXSET 1 CD LIVE 3 CDS of OUT TAKES, ALTERNATIVE MIXES of "A" Original Release Pseudonym Records Produced By Andy Scott Mal McNulty - Lead Vocals Andy Scott - Guitars / Vocals Steve Mann - Keyboards / Guitars Jeff Brown - Bass / Vocals Bodo Schopf - .
  9. Zukora says:
    The album cover deceptively depicts five O'Jays when actually only four members -- Eddie Levert, Walter Williams, William Powell and Bobby Massey-- sing on these tracks; Bill Isle, the fifth member, quit in the late '60s, and the cover was shot in the mid-'60s, when the group recorded for Imperial Records. George Kerr produced most of these tracks, with some productions from the Poindexter.

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