Ooh, Yes I Do
|"Ooh, Yes I Do"|
|Single by Luv'|
|from the album True Luv'|
|Format||7" Vinyl Single|
|Label||CNR/Carrere Records (Benelux, France, Spain, German speaking countries)
RCA Records (Italy)
Discos Musart (Mexico)
Moonshine records (South Africa)
|Writer(s)||Hans van Hemert|
|Producer(s)||Hans van Hemert|
|Luv' singles chronology|
Ooh, Yes I Do is the ninth single by Dutch girl group Luv', released in the autumn of 1979 by CNR/Carrere Records. This song appears on the formation's third studio album True Luv'. It was a successful hit record in Benelux, Denmark as well as France and reached the Top 50 in Germany. The Spanish version of this pop track hit N°1 in Mexico.
In the summer of 1979, Luv' and their producers and songwriters (Hans van Hemert and Piet Souer) decided to leave Philips/Phonogram Records (which had released the group's records for two years). José Hoebee, Patty Brard, Marga Scheide and their team signed a 750,000 Dutch Guilder contract with CNR affiliated to Carrere Records. With this new deal, Luv's challenge was to prove that after one year and a half of mainstream success, the trio could still score hit records in the music charts. The formation's first single released by Carrere was Ooh, Yes I Do, a track composed and produced by Van Hemert. The song uses a melody inspired by the flute theme of ABBA's Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight). It became an instant hit. A Spanish version (entitled Si, Que Si) was recorded for the Latin American market and was a #1 single in Mexico where it reached the gold status.
Track listing and release
CNR/Carrere licensed the rights for Luv's records to various labels around the world.
7" Vinyl 
- a. "Ooh, Yes I Do"
- b. "My Guy"
|Spain||1979||Carrere Records||Car 0012|
|Italy||1979||RCA Records||PB 6459|
|South Africa||1979||Moonshine Records|
Chart performance & Certification
|Certification (If Any)|
|Europarade (currently Eurochart Hot 100 Singles)||10|
|Netherlands (Dutch Top 40)||5|
|Netherlands (Nationale Hitparade (currently Single Top 100)||4|
|Belgium/Flanders (BRT Top 30/Radio 2 Top 30)||7|
|Germany (Musikmarkt/Media Control)||27|
|Denmark (BT Hitlisten)||2|
|France (SNEP chart)||10|
- Article from De Telegraaf about Luv's transfer to CNR/Carrere
- Release details on Discogs.com Accessed: February 13, 2011