So Full Of Love is a 1978 album by The O'Jays. The album contains the R&B hit "Use ta Be My Girl", and was awarded RIAA Platinum Certification for sales of 1,000,000 copies. The single "Brandy" has long been speculated by many fans to be about a woman. However, in 2013, production team Gamble and Huff revealed the song was, in fact, written about a dog. All songs written by Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff, except where noted. Sing My Heart Out" - 4:25. Use Ta Be My Girl" - 4:02. Cry Together" - 5:36.
But the platinum album does have a lot going for it, including the major hit "Use Ta Be My Girl," and the heartfelt ballads "Cry Together" and "Brandy," and the captivating "This Time Baby," which would become a hit for soul/disco diva Jackie Moore in 1979. A funk treasure that should have been a major hit was the intense "Strokety Stroke. Once again, the O'Jays worked with Philly's best - not only Gamble & Huff, but also Thom Bell and Bunny Sigler. Love was a departure from their previous Philly International offerings in that.
So Full Of Love (LP, Album). Philadelphia International Records. THE O'JAYS - Strokety Stroke (1977) Philly Soul Disco Bunny Sigler, MFSB, Soul Train, オージェイズ 4:23. The O'jays - Help (somebody Please) 5:00. O'Jays - Sing My Heart Out 4:31. The O'Jays - This Time Baby 4:24. The O'Jays - Brandy 4:13. The O'Jays -Sing My Heart Out 4:29. O'Jays - Cry together 5:36.
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So Full Of Love is an 1978 album by the The O'Jays. The album contains the R&B hit "Use ta Be My Girl". This album was awarded RIAA Platinum Certification for sales of 1,000,000 copies sold. Sing my heart out the o jays. O jays sing my heart out. Track listing.
Artist:The O'Jays Title Of Album:So Full Of Love & Indentify Yourself Year Of Release: 2005 Label:Demon Music Genre:Soul, Funk Quality: mp3 Flac (image . ue) Bitrate: 320 kbpsLossless T. Indentify Yourself (1979) 10.