Love Oh Love

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Love Oh Love
Love Oh Love.jpg
Studio album by
Released1973
Recorded1973 at Curtom Studios, Chicago, Illinois
GenreSoul, Chicago soul, R&B
Length28:28
LabelCurtom
ProducerLeroy Hutson
Leroy Hutson chronology
Love Oh Love
(1973)
The Man!
(1974)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4.5/5 stars [1]

Love Oh Love is the debut solo album by Leroy Hutson, who had been the lead singer of The Impressions after he replaced former lead singer Curtis Mayfield, who left the group to embark on his own solo recording career in 1970. The photography was by Joel Brodsky. The album was the first release by Hutson on Mayfield's Curtom record label.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Leroy Hutson; except where indicated

  1. "So In Love With You" (Leroy Hutson, Michael Hawkins) 2:57
  2. "Love, Oh Love" (Janice Hutson, Leroy Hutson, Michael Hawkins) 3:52
  3. "When You Smile" (Joe Reaves, Leroy Hutson, Maurice Commander) 4:18
  4. "Getting it On" (Instrumental - Theme from The Jay Johnson Affair) 3:55
  5. "Time Brings On A Change" 4:39
  6. "I'll Be There, I'll Still Care" (Leroy Hutson, Michael Hawkins) 3:06
  7. "I'm In Love With You, Girl" 2:40
  8. "As Long As There's Love Around" 3:11

Personnel[edit]

  • Leroy Hutson - lead vocals, arrangements, percussion, synthesizer (ARP), electric piano
  • Morris Beeks - organ
  • Sol Bobrov - strings leader
  • Joel Brandon - flute
  • Victor Chandler - bass
  • Aaron Dodd - tuba
  • Michael Harris - trumpet
  • Scotty Harris - drums
  • Stephen Harris - lead guitar
  • Billy Howell - trombone
  • The Imaginations, The Identicals, Janice Hutson - background vocals
  • Bill McFarland - trombone
  • Miller Pertum - vibraphone
  • Joe Reaves - percussion
  • Sonny Seals - tenor saxophone
  • Norman Shobey - congas
  • Rich Tufo - string arrangements
  • Tom Washington - arranger
  • Jerry Wilson - alto saxophone

Charts[edit]

Singles[edit]

Year Single Chart positions
US
R&B
[2]
1973 "When You Smile" 81

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