Album of the Day
All In The Name Of Love
Formed in White Plains, New York in the late 1970s, Atlantic Starr relocated to Southern California and recorded a string of albums for A&M Records before switching to Warner Bros. for ALL IN THE NAME OF LOVE. Anchored by brothers David, Wayne and Jonathan Lewis, the quintet also featured percussionist Joseph Phillips and Barbara Weathers, whose sultry vocals helped turn ballad “Always” into a No.1 pop single. With such additional gems as R&B Top 10 hit “"One Lover At A Time” and “Armed And Dangerous” (the Maurice White-produced title song for the John Candy film), the 1987 collection couldn't miss, and it became the group's best-selling album. Atlantic Starr singer, songwriter and guitarist David Lewis celebrates a birthday today, and we'll serenade him with the Platinum smash ALL IN THE NAME OF LOVE.