1983 Atlantic Starr – Yours Forever

Yours Forever is the fifth studio album by American band Atlantic Starr. This album features the hit single “Touch a Four Leaf Clover.” Yours Forever was the last album to feature Sharon Bryant as a lead vocalist before she departed the group to pursue a solo career. This was also the last album to be produced by James Anthony Carmichael, who was responsible for the group’s two previous albums.


1  I Want Your Love (David Lewis, Wayne Lewis) 5:00
2  Island Dream (David Lewis, Wayne Lewis) 4:52
3  More, More, More (Sam Dees) 4:35
4  More Time For Me (Maxi Anderson, Nick Johnson) 3:44
5  Second To None (Joseph Phillips,Sharon Bryant) 4:39
Touch A Four Leaf Clover (David Lewis, Wayne Lewis) 4:42
7  Tryin’ (David Cochrane, Deborah Thomas) 3:28
8  Who Could Love You Better (Clifford Archer, Wayne Lewis) 4:31
9  Yours Forever (David Lewis, Wayne Lewis) 4:55


BassClifford Archer
DrumsPorter Carrol Jr
GuitarDavid Lewis
KeyboardsWayne Lewis
SynthesizerGreg Phillinganes
SynthesizerMichael Boddicker
SaxKoran Daniels
TromboneJonathan Lewis
TrumpetWilliam Sudderth
PercussionPaulinho Da Costa
PercussionJoseph Phillips
VocalsDavid Lewis
VocalsWayne Lewis
VocalsPorter Carrol Jr
VocalsSharon Bryant

Liner Notes

Producer – James Anthony Carmichael
Arranged By – James Anthony Carmichael
Arranged By – David Lewis, James Anthony Carmichael, Wayne Lewis (Tracks 1, 2, 4, 6, 7)
Arranged By – Atlantic Starr, James Anthony Carmichael (Tracks 2, 5, 8, 9)
Engineer, Mixed By – Cal Harris
Mastered By – Bernie Grundman

Art Direction, Design (Logo) – Roderick Taylor
Design (Front Cover) – Richard Fuggetta
Photography By (Back Cover) – Leslie Jean Bart
Photography By (Sleeve) – Diem Jones

Phonographic Copyright (p) – A&M Records, Inc.
Copyright (c) – A&M Records, Inc.
Recorded At – Minot Sound
Recorded At – Motown Recording Studios
Recorded At – Sigma Sound Studios
Recorded At – Mediasound
Recorded At – Ocean Way Recording
Mixed At – Motown Recording Studios
Mastered At – A&M Studios
Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Indianapolis