Song of the day: Third World- Now That We Found Love
This song started its career in 1973, when the first recording was done by the O’Jays (known from the Love Train). Then some other artists came around, like Martha Reeves (who also recorded the original of Dancing In The Streets) and in 1978 the reggae band Third World. They recorded it in a reggae/disco version, and had a small hit with it. I think this is the best version, though the major success of the song came in 1991, when Heavy D and the Boyz recorded the song. Enjoy
Third World- Now That We Found Love
Posted on July 15, 2014, in 1970-1979, FlinterFiles and tagged 1978, disco, FlinterFiles, heavy d and the boyz, hit, Music, now that we found love, reggae, seventies, summer, third world. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.