Label: Sonoma - TPT2 0754 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Rhythm & Blues
Add Genre. Add Styles. Add Moods. Add Themes. Everybody was surprised to discover the song's subject was a dog and not a woman. Who would write songs like this about a pooch?
Joseph Jefferson and Charles Simmons, that's who. A dead-somber Walter Williams leads an even more sedate array of backing voices and musicians; it was so morbid it didn't make the pop Top 40 but fared better for the O'Jays live, giving Williams the rare complete lead and Eddie a chance to rest his overworked pipes.
Release Year incorrect year? Song Genres. All Genres. Song Styles. All Styles. Song Moods. All Moods. Song Themes. All Themes. The O'Jays. So Full of Love.
Various Artists. Slow Jams: The 70's, Vol. Soul Classics, Vol. The Very Best of the O'Jays . Used To Be My Girl - Various - Forever RnB Singles. Eulogy - Tool - Ænima Philadelphia Years. The Best of the O'Jays: Black Be My All In All - Olsen - (The More I Think I Understand The Less) I Can Explain [Disky].
The Right Stuff. Various Artists Soul Classics, Vol. Sony Music. The O'Jays Significant Singles. Westside Records. Music Club Records. The O'Jays Anthology. Various Artists Black Gold [Disky].
Man In The Room - Jackman - Demo 2010, Eleonore - Various - Love Classics - Le Più Belle Canzoni Damore, Colorful Administration - Marc Mac - Extend The Knowledge, Rock N Roll - Kevin Stanton / Stanlee - Sports & Fanfares