From The O'Jays' 1975 Family Reunion album, "I Love Music" was certified gold and remained at the top of the Billboard Dance chart for eight weeks. From the 1975 Survival album, "Let Me Make Love to You" was not one of The O'Jays' biggest chart hits, only reaching number ten on the Billboard R&B chart. However, it is one of Eddle Levert's signature songs, and always drives their female fans into ecstasy during live performances.
Taken from 'Salsoul Anthology' album remastered in 2005. The track originally appeared on a 1979 album 'Street Sense', released on Salsoul Records. Written by Bebu Silvetti and . Conducted and arranged by Thor Baldursson. The O' Jays - To prove I love you. The O'jays Prove It You Youtube Motown Pop Music I Love You Te Amo Pop Love You. ▶ The O' Jays - To prove I love you - YouTube. Motown/Oldies/Pop Music XXII. 2003) The O'Jays - I Love Music. Voice Singer Disco Club Soul Jazz Jazz Funk Last Dance Old School Music My Soulmate Sing To Me Solo Male. Teddy Pendergrass - THE Greatest Hits - YouTube.
The O'Jays singing I Love Music in 1975. Peaks at the Billboard charts: at the Billboard Hot 100 chart. at the Billboard R&B chart. The O'Jays - I Love Music (1975). This song reminds of December 1975, on my way to . to visit relatives in my 68 Chevy. I'm a white guy but the soul music of the 70's was great, I tell you, GREAT!!! 3 years назад. Song Recorded at Philadelphia's Sigma Sound Studios in 1975(Walter Williams, Eddie Levert, William Powell-who later died). This group has been a part of my life since they came back from africa and told us about apattied in the seventies.
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I Love Music" is a disco 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 disco/dance charts spending eight weeks at number one.
This album produced several more hit singles, including "992 Arguments," "Sunshine," "Time To Get Down," and the pop smash, "Love Train". During the remainder of the 1970s the O'Jays continued releasing hit singles, including "Put Your Hands Together" (Pop "For the Love of Money" (Pop "Give the People What They Want", "Let Me Make Love To You", "I Love Music" (Pop "Livin' for the Weekend", "Message in Our Music" and "Darlin' Darlin' Baby.
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|A||I Love Music (Part 1)||3:37|
|B||I Love Music (Part 2)||6:51|
- Producer – Gamble-Huff*
- Written-By – K. Gamble/L. Huff*
|ZS8 3577||The O'Jays||I Love Music (7", Ter)||Philadelphia International Records||ZS8 3577||US||1975|
|S PIR 8869||The O'jays||I Love Music (7", Single, RE, Sol)||Philadelphia International Records||S PIR 8869||UK||1980|
|S PIR 3879||O'Jays*||I Love Music (7", Single, Kno)||Philadelphia International Records||S PIR 3879||UK||1976|
|11373||The O'Jays||I Love Music (7", Single)||CBS||11373||Costa Rica||1975|
|S PIR 3879||The O'Jays||I Love Music (7", Single, Promo)||Philadelphia International Records||S PIR 3879||UK||1976|