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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. Hits like "Love Train" showed their gift for three-part harmonies and lightweight social messages.

Listen toThe O'Jayson Rhapsody

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. Hits like "Love Train" showed their gift for three-part harmonies and lightweight social messages.

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. Hits like "Love Train" showed their gift for three-part harmonies and lightweight social messages.

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. Hits like "Love Train" showed their gift for three-part harmonies and lightweight social messages.