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8 thoughts on “ Let Me Touch You - The OJays - Best Of The OJays: 1976-1991 (CD)

  1. The O'Jays: Best Of The O'Jays: ‎ (CD, Comp, Dig) The Right Stuff, Philadelphia International Records: US: Sell This Version4/5(2).
  2. I'm a huge fan of the O'Jays. This CD is outstanding. It was very good to be able to enjoy music that fosters a feeling of romance and joy. It was money well spent.5/5(11).
  3. The O'Jays: Best Of The O'Jays: ‎ (CD, Comp, Dig) The Right Stuff, Philadelphia International Records: US: Sell This Version4/5(1).
  4. The O'Jays, Kenneth Gambe & Leon Huff - O'Jays, The - Let Me Touch You - sirohatgofassta.eninelalhifermaiflorralbaranra.co Music.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Digipak, Slip Case CD release of Best Of The O'Jays: on Discogs.4/5(1).
  6. Let Me Touch You also features five tracks with producers Thom Bell, Casey James, and Leroy Bell. All of their songs fail to catch fire except for the missing-children paean "Still Missing." Despite the noticeable misfires, Let Me Touch You does have some O'Jays essentials.
  7. O'Jays fans may find the time period contained in this compilation odd. In , the O'Jays were in the middle of their hitmaking period with CBS-distributed Philadelphia International Records (PIR). In , PIR switched distribution to EMI, the catalog for which is owned by Capitol Records, for which The Right Stuff serves as the reissue arm.
  8. With collaborations from the their tried and true producers Gamble and Huff, and Eddie LeVert's son Gerald LeVert and his friend Marc Gordon, the album is .

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