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All in Name of Love Import

4.7 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 25, 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • ASIN: B000002LBB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #91,892 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I used to love this group when they were together singing and I wish that they were still singing this was a great group I love all of their albums: All in the Name of Love, As the band turns, and the others this album is loaded with great songs such as:
all in the name of love, don't take me for granted, one lover at at time, and their trademark hit always that is a beautiful song ; I'm in love, thankful, and let the sun in these songs really bring back memories this is a great album and I would truly recommend this album to any atlantic starr fan!!!!!
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I ordered this CD because of the title track from the movie, "Armed and Dangerous." I like it because of the brass work, Atlantic Starr voices and the energy and pace of the song. It represents an era of R&B music that I wish was not in the past.
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It feels wonderful to have already acknowledged Atlantic Starr as being the seriously strong album makers that they were quite awhile ago. It actually helped me to go back and finally pick up this album,which I did today. It's the most common one I've seen. And contains that song that introduced me to them in childhood. Because this did represent the culmination of a musical change in priorities for the band? Was a bit concerned if the entire content of this was going to be boring and bland. Yet already being aware of this albums fantastic predecessor As The Band Turns? Already had in mind to expect the happily unexpected. Turned out to be a good instinct to truth.

"One Lover At A Time","You Belong With Me","Females",the Maurice White produced "Armed And Dangerous" and "Let The Sun Shine In" are all beautifully crafted melodies with grooves that feature pumping synth/synth bass and rhythm guitar based stomps. With the addition of both real and electronic horns on occasion. "Don't Take Me For Granted" and the title song are themselves rhythmically climactic ballads that extends into the more cinematically flavored "Thankful and "My Mistake". "Always" of course finds that lovely middle ground between those two slow jam styles-that creamily orchestrated number that represents the first time I heard them. "I'm In Love" is a slinky mid tempo groove with the dynamic acapella of "Interlude" closes it all out.

Much in the same spirit of the Commodores a decade prior to this? These people started out as a larger band playing the harder and most danceable funk of the period.
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In 1984, Atlantic Starr recruited the stunning songbird, Barbara Weathers just in time for the release of their last A&M records release, As The Band Turns of which yielded the top R&B hits, "Freak-a-ristic," "Cool Calm Collected," "Sliver Shadows," "If Your Heart Isn't In It" and their first top 5 pop single, "Secret Lovers" (beautiful single that stamped the band as a sweet ballad oriented group, after closing many record breaking shows with it). When their A&M contract was up in 1986, the band decided to move on to Warner Brothers Records to record their most successful album of which was mainly seasoned by the sweet melodies of Barbara Weathers (more so than the previous album). Other than the kalimba jammin' Maurice White penned single, "Armed & Dangerous" (released in the fall of 1986 and included later only on the cd versions of All In The Name of Love), the band opened 1987 with a successor of "Secret Lovers" entitled, "Always" (paired with Barbara and David) which topped both the R&B and pop charts by the spring of 1987. For 25 years, it had been a staple wedding song of choice and international success for the band. "Always" was beautiful, but overrated in my opinion, especially when the title cut ranked better than "Always" (very beautiful harmonies by Wayne and Barbara although Wayne dominated the track). Atlantic Starr still remained consistent to their club goer fans with the funky, "Females" and the top ten R&B single, "One Lover At A Time." The success of All In The Name of Love was way too much for the band that most of its members were greatly threatened by the new Barbara Weathers, who would occasionally, yet unintentionally steal the shows with her SSS voice (SSS is smooth, sweet, and sexy). Despite of Atlantic Starr's success of the album, Barbara quit the band in 1988.Read more ›
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I'm an old school music collector and I've always been an Atlantic Starr fan. Up to this point my favorite song by the group was "When love calls". Didn't realize until recently that I didn't have "All in the name of love" in my collection. Once I realized this oversight without hesitation I made my purchase and from the first play it made my #1 Atlantic Starr song of all-time. Not an easy thing considering all of their hits, true fans, don't sleep on this one.
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All in the name of love. You cant beat this group for just good all around music. We used to see them at a night club in Anaheim, Ca. called Alias Smith and Jones. They were called New Band back then. This was in '75, '76. They then became Atlantic Starr. The lead singer then was Sharon Bryant.
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