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The O'Jays - Family Reunion

The O'Jays - Family Reunion
Performer: The O'Jays
Title: Family Reunion
Country: US
Genre: Funk & Soul
Style:Soul, Disco
Released: 1981
Catalog number: PZ 33807
Label: Philadelphia International Records
MP3 album szie: 1649 mb
FLAC album size: 2783 mb


1I Love Music
Arranged By – Norman HarrisWritten-By – K. Gamble, L. Huff
2She's Only A Woman
Arranged By – Tony BellWritten-By – J. Whitehead, G. McFadden, V. Carstarphen
3Livin' For The Weekend
Arranged By – Bobby MartinWritten-By – C. Gilbert, K. Gamble, L. Huff
4Family Reunion
Arranged By – Norman HarrisWritten-By – K. Gamble, L. Huff
Arranged By – Tony BellWritten-By – K. Gamble, L. Huff
6You And Me
Arranged By – Norman HarrisWritten-By – B. Sigler, L. Bishop
7Stairway To Heaven
Arranged By – Bobby MartinWritten-By – K. Gamble, L. Huff


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PZ 33807The O'Jays Family Reunion ‎(LP, Album, Gat)Philadelphia International RecordsPZ 33807US1975
PIR 69196The O'Jays Family Reunion ‎(LP, Album)Philadelphia International RecordsPIR 69196Italy1976
PL 3003The O'Jays Family Reunion ‎(LP, Album)EpicPL 3003New Zealand1975
EDSM0001The O'Jays Family Reunion ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Edsel RecordsEDSM0001UK2010
144161The O'Jays Family Reunion ‎(LP, Album, Promo)Epic144161Brazil1976


  • EngineerJoe Tarsia
  • Engineer [Assistant]Jim Gallagher, Mike Hutchinson
  • ProducerKenneth Gamble & Leon Huff


Recorded at Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, Pa.
Mastered at Frankford/Wayne Recording Labs, Philadelphia, Pa.
Nice Price Re-Issue (1980s) - single sleeve - no gatefold

Short intro

Family Reunion is a 1975 album by American R&B group The O'Jays. The album was released in late 1975 on the Philadelphia International Records label. Recorded at Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia, and produced by Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, Family Reunion includes the enduring classic I Love Music and Livin' for the Weekend, both of which topped the R&B singles chart, and placed at 5 and 20 respectively on the pop chart. The ballad Stairway to Heaven, originally issued as the B-side to. The O'Jays Portrait of Greatness. The Cleveland trio recorded one gem after another under Gamble & Huff's direction, and Family Reunion was no exception. Nothing on this LP has the angry bite of Back Stabbers, Don't Call Me Brother or Rich Get Richer, and the mood is upbeat and optimistic on everything from the uplifting Unity to the ballad Stairway to Heaven not the Led Zeppelin song to the escapist party anthem Livin' for the Weekend. Album 1974 8 Songs. Family Reunion The O'Jays. Family Reunion. The O'Jays - Family Reunion 1975. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. R'n'B Disco Soul. The O'Jays. Songs in album The O'Jays - Family Reunion 1975. The O'Jays - Unity. The O'Jays - Family Reunion. The O'Jays - You And Me. The O'Jays - She's Only A Woman. The O'Jays - Livin' For The Weekend. The O'Jays - Stairway To Heaven. The O'Jays - I Love Music. Listen free to The O'Jays Family Reunion Unity, Family Reunion and more. 7 tracks 44:12. The O'Jays are an American R&B group from Canton, Ohio, USA formed in 1963 and one of the seminal Philly soul groups. The O'Jays originally consisting of Walter Williams b. August 25, 1942, Bill Isles January 4, 1941 March 2019, Bobby Massey, William Powell January 20, 1942May 26, 1977 and Eddie Levert b. June 16, 1942. The O'Jays were inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2004, and The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2005. The OJays. Released November 1975. Family Reunion Tracklist. Unity Lyrics. Missing Lyrics. Family Reunion Lyrics. You and Me Lyrics. Family Reunion The O'Jays album. 1 Reception. Album by The O'Jays. You and Me. She's Only a Woman. Livin' for the Weekend. Stairway to Heaven. I Love Music. search forAlbum by The O'Jays. search for The O'Jays , Family Reunion. After this album came out, every family tried to start family reunions up. The unfortunate thing is that this album is The O'Jays last of the super-classic albums not the last of the classic songs though. They moved toward a little disco with I Love Music, but the social conscious of Gamble and Huff are still here. Livin' For The Weekend is very creative. It starts slow like people being weary from the work week, goes fast into the party, then slows back down going back to reality of life