Believe is the twenty-second studio album by American singer-actress Cher, first released on October 22, 1998 by WEA and distributed in North America by Warner Bros. Following the failure of her previous studio album It's a Man's World, her record company encouraged her to return to the studio to pursue a new musical direction
Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves. Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves (originally titled Cher) is the seventh studio album by American singer-actress Cher, released on September 1971 by Kapp Records. For this album, Cher left her husband Sonny Bono to produce the album, and for the first time she collaborated with Snuff Garrett and with Al Capps for the arrangements. The album was retitled after the success of the single of the same name. The album was her first and most successful album of the seventies.
Black Rose is the lone album by the rock band Black Rose, whose lead singer was American singer-actress Cher. The album was released on August 21, 1980 by Casablanca Records. Unlike Cher's previous solo records (such as Take Me Home) the album was a commercial failure. It failed to chart and has sold only 400,000 copies worldwide. In 1980 Cher and her part-time boyfriend Les Dudek wanted to form a band called Black Rose.
The album was one in a string of commercial flops for Cher in the 1970s and failed to chart within the top 100. The album is by-and-large a covers album. It was the first record for Warner Bros. Records and was produced by Jimmy Webb.
Cher to release a new album of ABBA covers in 2019. Dancing Queen was Cher's highest charting album in the UK in 26 years. Looks like 2019 is going to be a big year for Cher fans. The confirmation comes a few days after the 72-year-old posted what ABBA classics she would like to cover should a second homage to the Swedish group be released. Now it looks like that fantasy tracklist will become a reality.
Cher, who appears in the Mamma Mia! sequel, detailed her love for the Swedish pop group in a press release. I've always liked Abba and saw the original Mamma Mia musical on Broadway three times," the singer said. After filming Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, I was reminded again of what great and timeless songs they wrote and started thinking, 'Why not do an album of their music?'" she continued.
Chér (eventually reissued under the title Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves) is the seventh studio album by American singer-actress Cher, released in September 1971 by Kapp Records.
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Written-By – B. Hebb*
|A2||Twelfth Of Never
Written-By – J. Livingston*, P. Webster*
|A3||You Don't Have To Say You Love Me (Io Che Non Vivo) (SenzaTe)
Written-By – Donaggio*, Napier, Bell*, Wickham*, Pallavicini*
|A4||Magic In The Air
Written-By – S. Bono*
|A5||Will You Love Me Tomorrow
Written-By – King-Goffin*
|A6||Until It's Time For You To Go
Written-By – Buffy Saint Marie*
Written-By – Stooky*, Yarrow*
|B2||Catch The Wind
Written-By – Donovan
Written-By – A. Kornfeld*, S. Dubof*
Written-By – P. Simon*
|B5||I Want You
Written-By – B. Dylan*
Written-By – Bacharach-David*
- Arranged By – Harold Battiste
- Art Direction – Woody Woodward
- Bass [Upright] – Cliff Hills
- Conductor – Harold Battiste
- Drums – Frankie Capp*
- Electric Bass – Lyle Ritz
- Engineer – Stan Ross
- Guitar – Carol Kaye, Don Peake, Mack Rebennack*
- Guitar [12 String] – David Cohen, Mike Post
- Harpsichord – Mike Rubini*
- Percussion – Gene Estes, Jim Gordon, Jungle Geno
- Photography [Cover Photo] – Raphael
- Piano – Gabriel Mekler
- Producer – Cher, Sonny*
- Violin, Flute – George Poole
NotesAlso referred to as Cher's "3rd Album".
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