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Performer: The O'Jays
Title: Comin' Through
Style: Soul
Year 1965
Country US
Genre: Funk and Soul
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The O'Jays - Comin' Through download album


Tracklist: 1. Whip It On Me, Baby, 2. Think It Over Baby, 3. Lipstick Traces, 4. Let It All Out, 5. I Cried My Last Tear, 6. I’m Gonna Make It, 7. Lonely Drifter, 8. Stand Tall, 9. Oh How You Hurt Me, 10. The Storm Is Over, 11. Girl Machine, 12. Time.

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Information on The O'Jays.

Written-By – The O'Jays. Written-By – Fayne, Harmony, Smith, Tenen.

Their debut album, released shortly thereafter was Comin' Through. Throughout the 1960s, they continued to chart with minor hits such as "Lipstick Traces" (which they performed nationally on the ABC Television program, Shivaree), "Stand In For Love," "Stand Tall," "Let It All Out," "I'll Be Sweeter Tomorrow," "Look Over Your Shoulder," "Deeper In Love With You," and "One Night Affair". The O'Jays success was not confined to the United States, as they also logged up nine hit singles in the United Kingdom between 1972 and 1983, including four tracks that reached the Top 20 in the UK Singles Chart. Their 1987 album, Let Me Touch You, was a breakthrough of sorts, and included the R&B hit "Lovin' You".

The O'Jays were formed in 1958 in Canton, Ohio, where all five original members - Eddie LeVert, Walter Williams, William Powell, Bill Isles, and Bobby Massey - attended McKinley High School. Inspired to start a singing group after seeing a performance by Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers, they first called themselves the Triumphs, then switched to the Mascots in 1960. The Mascots made their recording debut in 1961 with the single "Miracles," issued on the Cincinnati-based King label. Isles left the group in 1965 and was not replaced, leaving them a quartet; late in the year, they released their first-ever album, Comin' Through. In 1967, the O'Jays left Imperial for Bell, where they landed their first Top Ten single on the R&B charts, "I'll Be Sweeter Tomorrow (Than I Was Today).

The O’Jays have enjoyed over 30 years of popularity as R&B vocalists and are still going strong. Adaptability may be the key to their longevity: not just a 1960s and 1970s novelty act, they continue to incorporate contemporary sounds into their signature crooning style and to make it onto the charts. Doo-wop, soul, disco, funk, and rap influences have all found their way into the O’Jays’ music. At the core of the O’Jays lineup are two of the original members, Eddie Levert and Walter Williams, who have been singing together since the late 1950s. This was followed by several other singles that hit the charts and the release of their debut album in 1965, Comin’ Through. An Important Collaboration Began. The O’Jays had released one more record, Soul Sounds, in 1967 on another independent label, Minit, when they met songwriters and producers Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff.

Their debut album was Comin' Through. Throughout the 1960s, they continued to chart with songs such as "Lipstick Traces" (which they performed nationally on the ABC Television program, Shivaree), "Stand In For Love," "Stand Tall," "Let It All Out," "I'll Be Sweeter Tomorrow," "Look Over Your Shoulder," "Deeper In Love With You," and "One Night Affair," along with several other regional and national pop and R&B. The O'Jays discography - This is a discography for the recordings of R B/soul group The O Jays. Listings include year of release and Billboard chart peak positions.

The O'Jays: Live in New Jersey. Let Me Touch You. The O'Jays. When Will I See You Again. Original Album Classics.

The O'Jays are considered one of the best soul groups of all time. This O'Jays discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top O'Jays albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included The O'Jays singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Whip It On Me, Baby
Written-By – Phil Medley
2:28
A2 Think It Over Baby
Written-By – Nick De Caro*
2:55
A3 Lipstick Traces
Written-By – Naomi Neville
2:44
A4 Let It All Out
Written-By – Van McCoy
3:21
A5 I Cried My Last Tear
Written-By – Naomi Neville
2:18
A6 I'm Gonna Make It
Written-By – Nick De Caro*
2:44
B1 Lonely Drifter
Written-By – The O'Jays
2:37
B2 Stand Tall
Written-By – Fayne*, Harmony*, Smith*, Tenen*
2:24
B3 Oh How You Hurt Me
Written-By – The O'Jays
2:15
B4 The Storm Is Over
Written-By – The O'Jays
2:30
B5 Girl Machine
Written-By – Alfred Weidler*
2:16
B6 Time Is On My Side
Written-By – J. Norman*, N. Meade*
2:34

Credits

  • Arranged By – Harold Battiste (tracks: A3)
  • Arranged By – Nick DeCaro
  • Conductor – Nick De Caro*
  • Design [Cover] – Studio Five
  • Engineer – "Lanky" Linstrot*
  • Photography By – Alpha Omega Productions
  • Producer – Nick De Caro* (tracks: B1 to B6), Tommy LiPuma (tracks: A1 to A6)

Notes

A product of Liberty Records
Printed in U.S.A.
Also available on LP-12290

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LP-12290 The O'Jays Comin' Through ‎(LP, Album) Imperial LP-12290 US 1965
LP-9290 The O'Jays Comin' Through ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Imperial LP-9290 Canada 1965
LAX-312 The O'Jays Comin' Through ‎(LP, Album, RE) Imperial LAX-312 Japan 1979
LAX-312 The O'Jays Comin' Through ‎(LP, Album, RE, Promo) Imperial LAX-312 Japan 1979
LP-9290 The O'Jays Comin' Through ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Promo) Imperial LP-9290 US 1965

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Whip It On Me, Baby
Written-By – Phil Medley
2:28
A2 Think It Over Baby
Written-By – Nick De Caro*
2:55
A3 Lipstick Traces
Written-By – Naomi Neville
2:44
A4 Let It All Out
Written-By – Van McCoy
3:21
A5 I Cried My Last Tear
Written-By – Naomi Neville
2:18
A6 I'm Gonna Make It
Written-By – Nick De Caro*
2:44
B1 Lonely Drifter
Written-By – The O'Jays
2:37
B2 Stand Tall
Written-By – Fayne*, Harmony*, Smith*, Tenen*
2:24
B3 Oh How You Hurt Me
Written-By – The O'Jays
2:15
B4 The Storm Is Over
Written-By – The O'Jays
2:30
B5 Girl Machine
Written-By – Alfred Weidler*
2:16
B6 Time Is On My Side
Written-By – J. Norman*, N. Meade*
2:34

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Liberty Records, Inc.

Credits

  • Arranged By – Harold Battiste (tracks: A3)
  • Arranged By – Nick DeCaro (tracks: A1, A2, A4 - A6)
  • Conductor – Nick De Caro* (tracks: A1 - A6)
  • Design [Cover] – Studio Five
  • Engineer – "Lanky" Linstrot*
  • Photography By – Alpha Omega Productions
  • Producer – Tommy LiPuma (tracks: A1 to A6)
  • Producer, Arranged By – H.B. Barnum (tracks: B1 to B6)

Notes

A product of Liberty Records
Printed in U.S.A.
Also available in monaural LP-9290

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LP-9290 The O'Jays Comin' Through ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Imperial LP-9290 Canada 1965
LAX-312 The O'Jays Comin' Through ‎(LP, Album, RE) Imperial LAX-312 Japan 1979
LP-9290 The O'Jays Comin' Through ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Imperial LP-9290 US 1965
LAX-312 The O'Jays Comin' Through ‎(LP, Album, RE, Promo) Imperial LAX-312 Japan 1979
LP-9290 The O'Jays Comin' Through ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Promo) Imperial LP-9290 US 1965