O'Jays - Philly Chartbusters: Very Best Of (140gm Black Vinyl) | RECORD STORE DAY

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Philly Chartbusters: Very Best Of (140gm Black Vinyl)
Artist: O'Jays
Format: Vinyl


Label: USOL
Rel. Date: 09/04/2020
UPC: 636551817714

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1. Love Train (02:57)
2. 992 Arguments (06:06)
3. Put Your Hands Together (04:07)
4. Now That We Found Love (04:41)
5. Back Stabbers (03:07)
6. For The Love Of Money (03:46)
7. I Love Music (06:51)
8. Livin` For The Weekend (06:35)
9. Message In Our Music (06:24) 1
10. Darlin` Darlin` Baby (Sweet, Tender, Love) (04:17) 1
11. Use Ta Be My Girl (04:01) 1
12. Brandy (04:14) 1
13. Put Our Heads Together (05:42) 1
14. My Favorite Person (04:18) 1
15. I Just Want To Satisfy You (04:08) 1
16. Summer Fling (04:55)

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Double vinyl LP pressing. There are times in popular music where an unstoppable force truly meets an immovable object and a strange, unique, alchemy occurs. This is true of the union between The O'Jays (Eddie Levert, Walter Williams and William Powell) and producers and writers Gamble & Huff. The power of the moment in 1972 when the group broke through into the US and UK mainstream with a series of memorable hits still burns bright. During their years on Philadelphia International Records (PIR), they released some of the greatest and most successful soul standards of all time. 'Love Train', 'Put Your Hands Together', 'Now That We Found Love', 'Backstabbers', 'For the Love of Money', 'I Love Music'... there's a seemingly endless supply of hits in The O'Jays' PIR songbook, all here on this set of classics.