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Edwin Starr - Edwin Starr (2001)

16-10-2015, 04:55
Music | Soul | Funk | R&B | FLAC / APE

Edwin Starr - Edwin Starr (2001)

Artist: Edwin Starr
Title Of Album: Edwin Starr
Year Of Release: 2001
Label: Musicbank
Genre: Funk / Soul
Quality: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 01:06:15
Total Size: 441 MB / 154 MB


01. Love Train [03:16]
02. Ain't Gonna Bump No More [04:15]
03. Get Down On It [04:24]
04. Knock On Wood [04:01]
05. Mustang Sally [05:23]
06. Oops, Upside Your Head [04:11]
07. Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now [04:53]
08. Higher And Higher [04:20]
09. Contact - Radio Edit [03:36]
10. S.O.S. [03:24]
11. And The Beat Goes On [03:52]
12. H.A.P.P.Y. Radio [03:51]
13. War [03:46]
14. Gimme Just A Little More Time [03:49]
15. That;s The Way I Like It [03:32]
16. Contact (Club Mix) [05:36]

Edwin Starr (January 21, 1942 – April 2, 2003) was an American soul music singer. Starr is famous for his Norman Whitfield-produced Motown singles of the 1970s, most notably the number one hit "War".

Starr was born in Tennessee and raised in Ohio, and later lived in Detroit while singing for Ric Tic and Motown Records. Besides "War", Starr's songs "25 Miles" and "Stop the War Now" were also major successes in the 1960s. Starr's career shifted to the United Kingdom in the 1970s, where he continued to produce music, living there until his death.

Starr was born Charles Edwin Hatcher in Nashville, Tennessee, in 1942. He and his cousins, soul singers Roger and Willie Hatcher, moved to Cleveland, Ohio, where they were raised.

In 1957, Starr formed a doo-wop group, the Future Tones, and began his singing career. Starr lived in Detroit, Michigan, in the 1960s and recorded at first for the small Ric-Tic label, part of the Golden World recording company, and later for Motown Records (under the Gordy Records imprint), after the latter absorbed Ric-Tic in 1968.

The song which launched his career was "Agent Double-O-Soul" (1965), a reference to the James Bond films popular at the time. Other early hits included "Headline News", "Back Street" and "S.O.S. (Stop Her on Sight)". While at Ric-Tic, he wrote the song, "Oh How Happy", a #12 Billboard Hot 100 hit in 1966 for The Shades of Blue and sang lead for the Holidays' on their #12 R&B hit, "I'll Love You Forever".. Moving to Motown, he recorded a string of singles before enjoying an international success with "25 Miles", which he co-wrote with producers Johnny Bristol and Harvey Fuqua. It peaked at #6 in both the Hot 100 and R&B charts in 1968. -- wiki



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Labroc   User offline   16 October 2015 06:46

Many thanks.

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