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The O'Jays board the Holiday
The O'Jays board the Holiday "Love Train"

AIR DATE: December 29, 2010

It's time to start a love train! The popular 1960s soul group that sang "Love Train" and "For the Love of Money" join us in the studios. The O'Jays talk about old-school R&B, producing music with legendary songwriters Gamble & Huff, and turning into Soul Santas for their holiday album. So grab your ticket and board the Love Train on KNPR!

Eddie Levert, The O'Jays
Walter Williams, The O'Jays
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    The Las Vegas scene has, at its disposal, a unique opportunity to 'sample' the tastes, trends & most adored musical memories of America & the world - discovering where people are going musically, where they've been & what they love best. Sadly, rather than providing a full spectrum of all the best music has to offer, so as to get the best & fullest reaction, they've let prejudices, fears, bias & personal ignorances block this chance. Don't they realize that EVERYONE, no matter how poor OR stingy, will spend reasonable amounts of money *regularly* to savor the language of the human soul - music. Sometimes I wonder how those who focus on profit lost their logic... ;-) ~Kim
    KimDec 21, 2010 10:57:29 AM
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