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Bette Midler - The Rose

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    All tracks have been digitally remastered. Personnel: Bette Midler (vocals); Danny Weiss , Steve Hunter (guitar); Norton Buffalo (harmonica, trombone); Jerry Jumonville (saxophone); Mark Underwood (trumpet); Robbie Buchanan (keyboards); Whitey Glan (dr......more

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Artist: Midler, Bette
Description:
All tracks have been digitally remastered. Personnel: Bette Midler (vocals); Danny Weiss , Steve Hunter (guitar); Norton Buffalo (harmonica, trombone); Jerry Jumonville (saxophone); Mark Underwood (trumpet); Robbie Buchanan (keyboards); Whitey Glan (drums). Audio Remixer: Rothchild. Recording information: 06/1978/07/1978. Director: Mark Rydell . Photographer: Sean Russell. Arranger: Paul Rothchild. Paul A. Rothchild produced the final Janis Joplin studio album, Pearl, as well as many a Doors disc, and the late producer was the perfect guy to tackle this tribute to Joplin featuring "The Divine Miss M" as "Pearl"/"The Rose." In March of 1980, the version of "When a Man Loves a Woman" from this 1979 film soundtrack went Top 35, and Midler's biggest hit followed her Oscar nomination, but it was a well-produced version of the title track, different from the album, which went Top Three, the gold single the biggest of her six hits up to this point in time. It's a strange twist of events, Bette's previous 1979 album, Thighs and Whispers, has technically better sounds, Arif Mardin drenching it in the disco of the day, but that artificial episode pales next to this project, which features Lou Reed's "Rock 'n' Roll Animal" bandmates guitarist Steve Hunter and drummer Whitey Glan. The concerts were recorded live during June and July of 1978, and there's more than a touch of the Mitch Ryder sound on "Whose Side Are You On," the album opener. Hunter was in the Mitch Ryder band Detroit, which led up to Lou Reed's ensemble, so the level of authenticity goes far beyond what filmmakers put into, say, the Blues Brothers. They utilize a different set of musicians on "Love Me With a Feeling," the "Turtle Blues" of this story, vaguely referencing the original title to the Big Brother & the Holding Company album that tune came from with the "sex, drugs and rock & roll" chant. Bette Midler is a star perpetually evolving into icon, and this album's success, as well as the two hit singles...
See Also:
Jackpot: The Best Bette, Bette, The Divine Miss M, Experience the Divine: Greatest Hits
See Influences:
Carole King, Janis Joplin, Sophie Tucker, Cole Porter, Barbra Streisand, The Shangri-Las, The Andrews Sisters, The Boswell Sisters, Aretha Franklin, Rosemary Clooney, The Dixie-Cups, Buzzy Linhart, Ethel Waters, Judy Garland
See Contemporaries:
Linda Ronstadt, Peter Allen (Piano), Bernadette Peters, Barry Manilow, Barbra Streisand, Meat Loaf, The 5th Dimension, Janis Joplin, Elton John, Lionel Richie, Laura Nyro, Patti LuPone, Luther Vandross, Christopher Cross, Stevie Nicks, Michael Feinstein, Maria Muldaur, Whitney Houston, Mandy Patinkin, Roberta Flack, Sarah Brightman, Linda Eder, Judy Collins, Peggy Lee (Vocals), Carly Simon, Neil Diamond, Cher, Liza Minnelli, Dionne Warwick, Sheena Easton, Billy Joel, Melissa Manchester, Rita Coolidge
Track Listing:
Disc 1:
  1. 1 Whose Side Are You On
  2. 2 Midnight In Memphis
  3. 3 Concert Monologue
  4. 4 When a Man Loves a Woman
  5. 5 Sold My Soul To Rock 'N' Roll
  6. 6 Keep On Rockin'
  7. 7 Love Me With a Feeling
  8. 8 Camillia
  9. 9 Homecoming Monologue
  10. 10 Stay With Me
  11. 11 Let Me Call You Sweetheart
  12. 12 Rose, The
Type:
Performer
Genre:
Pop Vocal
Subgenre:
Show Vocals
Label:
Flashback Records
Producer:
Marvin Worth; Aaron Russo; Paul Rothchild
Number of Discs:
1
Format:
Compact Disc
Studio or Live:
Mixed
Mono or Stereo:
Stereo
SPARS Coding:
n/a
Runtime:
43 : 14
UPC:
081227982089
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