In 1973, Philadelphia soul group The O'Jays released their heavily praised Ship Ahoy album, featuring For The Love Of Money and Put Your Hands Together. The album also featured the Leon Gamble and Kenny Huff penned Now That We Found Love. In 1978 Now That We Found Love was covered by Jamaican group Third World an their third album Journey To Addis. Third World's more uptempo version was a hit in the US and the UK. Because of the crossover success of the song, Third World was able to recruit Stevie Wonder to perform with them (in tribute to Bob Marley) at the 1981 Reggae Sunsplash. The following year Third World and Wonder wrote Try Jah Love together. In 1985, Third World re-issued Now That We Found Love, charting with the song in the UK for a second time. In 1991, the Third World version was used by rapper Heavy D for his hit rap version of the song.
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