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Sylvester - Stars FLAC

Singer:

Sylvester

Album:

Stars

Genre:

Electronic style / Funk & Soul

FLAC album size:

1178 mb

MP3 album size:

1682 mb

WMA album size:

1949 mb

Other music formats:

RA MPC APE AA AUD FLAC AAC

Rating:

4.6 ✱

Style:

Hi NRG, Disco

Country:

Greece

Date of release:

1979

Sylvester - Stars FLAC


Sylvester - Stars FLAC

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Stars
Backing Vocals – Hodges, James And SmithWritten-By – Patrick Cowley
8:06
A2 Body Strong
Backing Vocals – Hodges, James And SmithWritten-By – M. Finden*, S. James*
8:10
B1 I (Who Have Nothing)
Backing Vocals – Martha WashWritten-By – Lieber - Stoller*
10:40
B2 I Need Somebody To Love Tonight
Written-By – P. Cowley*
6:38

Credits

  • Arranged By [Horn Arrangements] – Mike Bailey
  • Arranged By [String Arrangements] – Chris Rae
  • Art Direction – Phil Carroll
  • Design – Dennis Gassner
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Danny Kopelson, Nyya Lark, Paul Smykle*
  • Engineer [Recording] – Eddie Bill Harris, Terry Barham
  • Mastered By [Mastering] – Jim Sintetos
  • Photography By [Cover Photograph] – Peter Brill
  • Photography By [Sleeve Photograph] – Phil Bray
  • Producer – Harvey Fuqua, Sylvester
  • Producer [Associate] – Nancy C. Pitts
  • Remix – Eddie Bill Harris, Phil Kaffel, Steve Mantoani
  • Vocals [All Other Vocals] – Sylvester

Notes

Catalog number on inner label: F-9579
Catalog number on back of sleeve: FANTASY F-9579

Produced for Honey Records Productions
Recorded at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley; and Island Studios, London.
Mixed at Different Fur Studios, San Francisco; Fantasy Studios, Berkeley; and Conway Studios, Los Angeles.
Mastering (Kendun Recorders, Burbank)
(p) 1979 Fantasy Records

Side One = A: A1 (BPM: 138), A2 (BPM: 138)
Side Two = B: B1 (BPM: 132), B2 (BPM: 108)

LP also pressed on pink vinyl

NOTE: The actual track duration times are longer than listed on the label. Approximate times are as follows -

A1 Stars - 10:31
A2 Body Strong - 8:46
B1 I (Who Have Nothing) - 11:14
B2 I Need Someone To Love Tonight - 6:46
_____________________________________________
on the side one :
" Disco Mix : Blecman & Hedges
Mixing Engineer : Ritchie Corsello "
________________________________________________

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TC-9579 Sylvester Stars ‎(Cass, Album) Fantasy TC-9579 Greece 1979
F.P. 59470 Sylvester Stars ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Pic) Fantasy F.P. 59470 France 1979
FCO 59471, 59471 Sylvester Stars ‎(LP, Album, Pin) Fantasy, Fantasy FCO 59471, 59471 France 1979
F-9579 Sylvester Stars ‎(LP, Album) Fantasy F-9579 Greece 1979
BMC 12570⊗, BMC 12570 Sylvester Stars ‎(Cass, Album) Fantasy, Bellaphon BMC 12570⊗, BMC 12570 Germany 1979



Moogura
Just the very best ..a sublime disco album - shows that the sometimes best music doesn't need you to remortgage your life !
Qane
If you hop on over to amazon and look up the review by Lavenderbyrd for Sylvester's Greatest Hits 2cd set, there is a complete History of all his recordings- including info on how the STARS album came to be, his collaborations with The Pointer Sisters, Herbie Hancock, Earlene Bentley, etc. Fun Stuff !!
Inabel
The 4 tracks feet perfectly together with one of the most beautiful disco track ever at the end : I need somebody to love tonight. I discovered it with a compilation from the label Sonar Kollectiv but it was a dub version, voiceless i mean. Ask me which disco album is the best : Stars!!!
Efmprof
you right! the best disco album
Valawye
Sylvester's "I Need Somebody to Love Tonight" could be described as an early "techno" record in my opinion. What an amazing sounding recording for 1979. I can't get over how modern, funky, and emotional this song is. The record was produced by Harvey Fuqua and Sylvester and this actual track was written by Patrick Cowley. Cowley, a few years later, became well known for a remix of Donna Summer's "I Feel Love", the early 80s HiNRG 'Megatron Man" single, and was part of the San Francisco disco scene during that time. This collaboration effort between Sylvester/Cowley could be described as similar to the Georgio Moroder / Donna Summer electronic connection...each bringing in the late 70s synth-techno disco sound around the same time. Love this record and still sounds fresh and futuristic.

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