Cheryl Lynn ‎– Star Love

Columbia ‎– AS 562
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo, Stereo, Mono




Promos have white (non-standard) labels, with "Demonstration Not For Sale" text on label.

Same track on both sides: Stereo b/w Mono.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
S CBS 7318 Cheryl Lynn Star Love(7", Single, Promo) CBS S CBS 7318 UK 1979 Sell This Version
CBS 7140 Cheryl Lynn Star Love(12", Single) CBS CBS 7140 Europe 1979 Sell This Version
CBS 7140 Cheryl Lynn Star Love(7", Single) CBS CBS 7140 Europe 1979 Sell This Version
BA 222527 Cheryl Lynn Star Love(7", Single) CBS BA 222527 New Zealand 1978 Sell This Version
CBS 7016 Cheryl Lynn Star Love(7") Columbia CBS 7016 France 1978 Sell This Version


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November 11, 2017
Just a note: The time is incorrectly printed on labels. The version is actually the same as 45 RPM single about 4:00.
Bummer cuz I thought I found the longer disco version...the hunt goes on.

July 27, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

Major, powerful and aggressive uptempo masterpiece from the Glory Days of soulful Disco. This was a big, big tune on the Urban "mix show" airwaves, and a big floor filler at NYC's Paradise Garage. Larry Levan ROCKED this! This slickly produced number would later be big with The Saint's DJs, and is one of the last "crossover" disco hits before the inevitable divergence of styles: "Hi-Energy, Eurodisco, Garage" etc. Cheryl Lynn belts it out with a dazzling display of her range and power, over a very musically sophisticated arrangement with great horn charts. This classic floor stomping anthem was produced by Toto keyboardist DAVID PAICH along with his late great brother MARTY PAICH.