The Four Seasons - Silver Star (HQ)

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"Silver Star" is a song on the The Four Seasons album Who Loves You. As was the case of all the songs on the LP, it was written by Bob Gaudio and Judy Parker, and produced by Gaudio. When it became the third single released from the album, "Silver Star" became the first Four Seasons A-side that did not feature the lead vocals of group founder Frankie Valli: the person who sang lead was drummer Gerry Polci, as Valli's contribution was limited to harmony vocals at the end of the recording (he was gradually losing his hearing in the 1970s due to otosclerosis. An operation restored most of it in the 1980s.

Released on the heels of the #3 (US) hit "Who Loves You" and the #1 "December 1963 (Oh, What A Night)", the single was an edited version of a six minute, nine second, song that married lyrics of love and Western movies with a disco beat that was the signature of "Who Loves You". The single reached only #38 on the Billboard Hot 100, but in the United Kingdom, acceptance was much more widespread, as "Silver Star" reached #3 on the UK singles chart.
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