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50 Greatest: Edwin Starr

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Download links and information about 50 Greatest: Edwin Starr by Edwin Starr. This album was released in 1977 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 50 tracks with total duration of 03:29:26 minutes.

Artist: Edwin Starr
Release date: 1977
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 50
Duration: 03:29:26
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. War (Live) 3:02
2. Contact (Live) 3:27
3. Stop Her On Sight (Sos) 3:01
4. Happy Radio 3:20
5. There You Go 3:47
6. 25 Miles 4:13
7. It Ain't Fair 5:39
8. Time (Live) 3:14
9. I Heard It Through the Grapevine 3:38
10. Whirlpool of Love 3:01
11. Teardrops 3:27
12. Walking in Rhythm 3:21
13. Our Day Will Come 3:30
14. Treat Her Right 4:02
15. Up and Over 4:37
16. That Was God's Plan 4:29
17. If It Could Only Be 4:14
18. Ain't No Stopping Us Now 4:06
19. Somebody's Gotta Go 4:38
20. Private Time 3:36
21. My Girl 3:38
22. You Can Have It 4:43
23. First Time for Everything 3:39
24. Shy 3:51
25. (On the) Boulevard of Broken Hearts 4:26
26. Soul Singer 4:38
27. Loves Growing 4:09
28. Release This Love 3:48
29. Angel 3:45
30. Counterfeit 4:43
31. Headline News (Live) 2:18
32. One and One Makes Two 4:49
33. In the Nick of Time 4:48
34. Memory Lane 4:14
35. Long Line of Lovers 3:34
36. Bedtime Story 4:26
37. Just Another Fool in Love (Extended Version) 8:24
38. Darling Darling Baby 3:29
39. I Wanna Take You Home 5:08
40. Dream Big 5:03
41. Rumours 4:26
42. Girl You're My Everything 4:39
43. Crazy About You 3:56
44. Alive 5:37
45. (Get Up) Whirlpool of Love 3:32
46. Can't Stop (Thinking About You) 4:08
47. Hit Me With Your Love 4:33
48. Passer By 7:16
49. Hollywood Blues 3:33
50. Love Is My Name 3:51

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Edwin Starr marked time with this late-'70s release. He hadn't become acclimated to disco, and wasn't really getting first-rate soul and R&B songs either, so he tried to slip between the cracks and revamp himself into a modified supper-club and light soul vocalist. It wasn't fully successful, but wasn't a travesty either. He landed a low chart single, and the album had a few good ballads. It's now history, but at the time, it kept Starr afloat in a tenuous era for soul and R&B vocalists.