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A good bargain for Edwin Starr fans because of cuts not found on other CDs, the 11 tracks include all the powerhouses except "Stop the War Now," a glaring omission. Instead, the compilers slapped on two selections from the poor-selling Just We Two album with Blinky Williams: "You Made Me So Very Happy" and "Ooh Baby, Baby," along with Starr's renditions of "Cloud Nine" and "You Beat Me to the Punch." He also does the smash hit he wrote for the Shades of Blue, "Oh How Happy," whose melody is quite similar to the German National Anthem; Starr's (born Charles Hatcher) tour of duty (United States Army) was served primarily in Germany.

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War... What Is It Godd For?

I love that song... pefect anti-war song.... download it [War]

Best R/B!!!

War is just about the best R/B Classic out there! Definetly worth your dollar!


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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