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It Feels Good - Starbuck (2) - The Very Best (CD)

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  1. This CD is NOT Starbuck. It consists of home demos, practice tapes and unfinished songs recorded by Bruce Blackman. Most of these songs were never recorded by Starbuck and since they are home demos, the quality is very bad. I was the lead singer, songwriter and prducer with Starbuck and please don't waste your money.3/5(3).
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  4. CD Layout, Design, Liner Notes: Sloan Hayes: Keyboards, Vocals: Ted Koehler: Composer: Darryl Kutz: Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals Find album credit information for The Very Best of Starbuck - Starbuck on AllMusic. Find album credit information for The Very Best of Starbuck - Starbuck on AllMusic.
  5. Starbuck's major hits "Moonlight Feels Right" and "Everybody be Dancin" resemble the original in melody only. For some unknown reason this CD contains previously unreleased tracks which probably should have remained unreleased. I can only hope that someday the original albums are released, unaltered, in CD format/5(21).
  6. STARBUCK Vinyl Records and CDs Starbuck was a rock/pop group formed in Atlanta, Georgia in From to , the band toured with popular groups of the era including ELO, KC & The Sunshine Band, Hall & Oates and Boston.
  7. Starbuck The Very Best of Starbuck. Add to Custom List. Add to My Collection. AllMusic Rating. User Ratings (0) Your Rating. Overview.
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  9. Starbucks CD sales took a 15% dive in life is very, very, very, very, very, very short. Music for Little Hipsters. In , when this was released, I instantly knew Starbucks would soon stop selling CDs. There’s no way to look at this other than as a desperate Hail Mary of a dying industry. The demographics targeted with this.