Friday, April 11, 2008

Starvue-Upward Bound


Starvue were a group based in Chicago in the late 1970's.
The group became popular on the North West U.K. soul scene via their tune 'Body Fusion'.
The song was penned by Judy Davis and came from their MR Chicago Sound album 'Upward Bound' in 1980.
Produced by Clarence Johnson, the album was re-released on CD in Japan, with the listings as follows:
1. Upward Bound.
2. Love Affair.
3. Body Fusion
4. Starvue
5. Put The BS Aside
6. Love Struck.
7. You And Me (Bonus Track)
8. Let's Hold On To What We've Got
The CD label was: P-Vine PCD-2931
link in comments.....

13 comments:

Psychotic said...

http://www.mediafire.com/?g3cwwesj1xw

a mind with no ceiling said...

Nice!
Thank you!

jdayal74 said...

Thnx Psych, didn't haved this one much appreciated
J

Errol said...

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

thank you!
great producer Clarence Johnson.
I love chicago soul, keep it up!

soulbrotha said...

Nice blog. Thank you.

hooch said...

Awesome album - thank you so much for sharing.

jerome green said...

Hi Psychotic,

Just REAL Boogie & Groove! Thank you!!! I can't believe how crazy and wonderful "Love Affair" sounds. Quivering soulful vocal, handclaps, wacky guitar intro, tight rhythm section, very selective horn stabs, and where did that synth line come from? Very rare gems. I wish there were more like this. Thanks again.

Peace, Jerome

Anonymous said...

Wawooo great stuff, and great blog....thanks for keeping the old time alive

daprinceofhiphopsoul said...

Thanks man.. love Body Fusion cant wait to check the rest of the album

dj said...

Thank you - keep the vibe strong

MINOTT MAJIQ said...

THANK YOU VERY MUCH

MINOTT MAJIQ said...

THANK YOU VERY MUCH