The liners are so-so, and they really f’ed up on the writing credits. Most likely Universal's mistake, but Sundazed should know better.
Carole King & Toni Stern wrote "Lose To Live"?
George wrote "What's It Made Of" without Steve?
"Pass Time With SAC" plugs in Jimmy Pitman's name instead of Randy's!
On the plus side, The Foot is given no writing credits whatsoever.
In the end, the music is what's most important, and it was about time someone stepped up to reissue this classic in the US. Hard to believe it took so long - it was spinning on everyone's turntables along with Disraeli Gears, Magical Mystery Tour, Are You Experienced and Strange Days.
: Starshine was their first album I happened to
: stumble across, so had no preconceived
: notions of what the band were
: "supposed" to sound like. With
: that frame of mind, think more would enjoy
: it. Way underrated IMO.
: For years, didn't care for the title track
: or "Changes", but dig both of 'em
: now. (Speaking of the latter, anyone else
: notice it bears more than a passing
: resemblance to [url=
: Maybe in 2019 Jim Pitman can rejoin for a
: couple shows & Mark can wail on the B-3!
: --Previous Message--
: I've just done so and am encouraging other
: fans to write to Sundazed music and get tell
: them how much we'd like Good Morning
: Starshine reissued on vinyl. They did a
: great job on their reissues of the first
: three albums, and it's a real shame that
: this one seems to have been left out. It's
: been out of print for years and vinyl copies
: online sometimes go for over $100! With it's
: great cover and all the great music it
: contains I'm sure I'm not alone in wanting a
: new record copy of this overlooked gem.
: Email em and let's show them we want it!
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