O'Jays - Live In Concert
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The legends of R&B perform at the Bergen Performing Arts Center, celebrating their 50th year in music. All the hits are included in this high-definition filming, including Backstabbers, For The Love of Money, Use Ta Be My Girl and Love Train. One of their greatest performances ever.
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