Starr, Edwin - Hell Up In Harlem

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Sealed 1974 Original. Small Saw Cut. “The Scathing And Soulful Soundtrack Of The Motion Picture Starring Fred Williamson. This Was Edwin Starr's Last Album For Motown Which Probably Accounts For The Woeful Lack Of Promotion. Two Singles Were Released, Hell Up In Harlem, The First, Should Have Remained An Album Cut, As Its Appeal Was Limited, Despite A Dogmatic Vocal By Edwin. However, The Follow Up, "Big Papa," Should Have Been A Monster. Written By Freddie Perren, It Has The Same Power, Forcefulness And Drive Of Numbers That Norman Whitfield Had Produced On Rare Earth And The Temptations. The Flips Of Both Singles, "Don't It Feel Good To Be Free" And "Like We Used To Do," Are Mellower Than The Push Sides. The Bone Picker, However, Is "Easin' In," A Great Mid-Tempo Number With Cool Backing Vocals, And A Great Reading From Starr, It Has Chart Buster Written All Over It, Yet Motown Never Released It As A Single.” Andrew Hamilton, AMG.

Artist: Starr, Edwin Title: Hell Up In Harlem Genre: Soundtrack Type: New - LP Label: Motown Catalog ID: M 802V1 Country: USA Our ID: 30958
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