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20th Century Masters: The Best of Edwin Starr - The Millennium Collection

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Album Review

One of the strongest volumes of the 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Series collections, The Best of Edwin Starr gathers most of the versatile Motown singer's memorable songs, including "Agent Double O Soul," "25 Miles," "Oh How Happy," and, of course, "War." Ranging from pure Motown pop to gritty funk and sleek disco, The Millennium Collection covers nearly every style Starr incorporated into his sound. Though the 1998 compilation The Very Best of Edwin Starr offers a more complete look at Starr's body of work, this album does almost as good a job and is also a solid introduction to his music.

Customer Reviews

nice motown feel

i like the song "funky music" . "war " is also on the top of my favorites. i found this album after i heard funk cover song by T. Irie Dread. i couldnt imagine the time with out these important songs from history that captures a memory in time.

Biography

Born: January 21, 1942 in Nashville, TN

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Rightly revered for the storming protest classic "War," Edwin Starr didn't really need another hit to achieve legendary status in soul circles, so electrifying was that single performance. Starr first made his name as "Agent Double-O-Soul," and when his contract was transferred to Motown, he instantly became one of the roughest, toughest vocalists on the crossover-friendly label, with his debt to James Brown and the Stax soul shouters. Even if nothing else ever matched the phenomenon of "War," Starr...
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