Noticeable flaws on cover will be noted. M Mint Perfect condition, no flaws, defects or marks indicating handling or playing. Minor defects can be barely visible scuffs or hairline marks, label may have a small mark or be off center, cover might have a few small dents, or a tiny mark.
Some visible surface wear, few very minor scratches and scuffs, with minimal impact on the sound quality. Vinyl will still have good luster; labels may have minor imperfections small labels or initials, etc. Cover has only slight wear. It was originally a disco -driven vehicle created by Soul Train booking agent Dick Griffey and show creator and producer Don Cornelius. Gerald Brown took over the spot vacated by Mumford for the group's second album, Disco Gardens , which featured the hit " Take That to the Bank ".
The classic line up of Hewett, Watley and Daniel would be the most successful. Michael Jackson was a fan of Shalamar, in particular, Daniel and his dance moves, after watching him on Soul Train.
But The Look generally was not the success that Friends had been the previous year. Following Hewett's departure, the band began to lose popularity;   Circumstantial Evidence did not sell well, and the band broke up shortly after Wake Up was released. See details. Seller's other items.
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Reset password. Already have an account? Log in. An error has occured - see below:. Today Tomorrow This Weekend. Louis - Washington Avenue ST. Louis - North City ST. Louis - St. Riverfront Times N. Eat Good To-Go St. Calendar Events in St.Pressed on g Gold heavyweight vinyl, this collection Shalamar’s greatest US and UK top 40 chart singles. Shalamar broke onto the disco scene in , but marks the 40th Anniversary of the classic line-up formation of Howard Hewett, Jody Watley and Jeffrey Daniel, who set the UK charts alight throughout the early 80’s with hits like ‘Dead Giveaway’ and ‘There It Is.’.