The Salsoul Orchestra – Ooh I Love It (1983)

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‘Ooh I Love It’ is more commonly known as ‘Love Break’. And it provided one of the finest breakbeats to be sampled by the early NYC block party scene. But for me, it was Eric B & Rakim’s ‘Paid In Full’ that helped immortalise this classic track. The ‘Orchestra was the backing band for many of the stellar acts on Salsoul Records, but with this track and ‘Runaway’ (featuring Loleatta Holloway), they more than made their own impact.

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4 thoughts on “The Salsoul Orchestra – Ooh I Love It (1983)

  1. Marv says:

    Difficult to beat the house band of Salsoul Records- an orchestra with up to 50 members

  2. DJ PJ says:

    Dontcha love it, dontcha love it! Haven’t heard this for years. I love it. Don’t stop,

  3. […] the Salsoul Orchestra and this time they’re getting down with Loleatta’s vocals. She’s not the only […]

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