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Edwin StarrClean ... LP
20th Century, 1978. Near Mint- ... $3.99
A solid entry from Edwin Starr's late 70s comeback into the clubs – a set that's miles from his harder soul for Motown, but which still has some pretty great vocals overall! Edwin's working here with Lamont Dozier, who helps bring his Detroit groove into smoother California territory – and while the approach isn't as full-on as on Dozier's own records of the time, it's still pretty darn great overall – filled with just the right mellow soul touches to balance out some of the more uptempo grooves, and recorded in a way that never dampens the spirits of Starr's vocals. Titles include "Jealous", "Contact", "I'm So Into You", "Storm Clouds On The Way", "Don't Waste Your Time", and "Working Song". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cut corner, light wear, large letters in marker on both sides, and some notes in pen on back.)

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Edwin StarrStronger Than You Think I Am ... LP
20th Century, 1980. Near Mint- ... $9.99
One of Edwin Starr's LPs from the end of the 70's, when he was doing a lot of uptempo funky tracks with a dancefloor feel. This LP's got a fair number of those, plus the occasional slower cut. Tracks include "Boop Boop Song", "Get Up – Whirlpool", "Bigger & Better", and "Never Turn My Back On You". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Edwin StarrHappy Radio ... LP
20th Century, 1979. Near Mint- ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Edwin Starr's a bit far from his Motown roots here – but still sounding pretty nice! Like some of his contemporaries from the late 60s, Starr's turning his talents in the late 70s towards tunes that have more of a disco/club approach – longer numbers that roll along with mostly uptempo rhythms throughout, but which also feature Starr's deep vocals standing nicely on top of the mix! Given that Edwin always had a talent for really bursting out his lyrics in the old days, he's still in good form for this disco album – and is also working here as the producer. Titles include "Happy Radio", "Rip Me Off", "It's Called The Rock", "Drown My Heart", "I'd Rather Fight Than Switch", and "My Friend". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover and labels have large letters in marker.)

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