These Canton-bred kings of the '70s once rode their Gamble & Huff productions all over the charts. The band is best known for the burnin' funk nugget "Back Stabbers." But those lush string and horn arrangements -- which made the O'Jays seem so uptown -- can also be heard on the group's wealth of languid love songs. You and your baby will surely glide when slow dancing to the feather-soft "Let Me Make Love to You." And should you choose to cuddle on the couch, "Listen to the Clock on the Wall" is the perfect tender nudge to let her know that there's no time like the present. But no matter what your mellow moves, this sweet and sensual music will do your Valentine right. And like the Boy Scouts tell you, it's good to be prepared.
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