Sunday, October 31, 2021

Cher (as Black Rose) - Black Rose (1980)


Cher (as Black Rose) - Black Rose (1980)


Tracklist front / back album covers


1. "Never Should've Started"   4:14

2. "Julie"   3:21

3. "Take It From the Boys"   4:59

4. "We All Fly Home"   3:56

5. "88 Degrees"   5:57

6. "You Know It"   3:20

7. "Young and Pretty"

Allee WillisRichard "T Bear"   4:03

8. "Fast Company"   3:47



Cher Band Members / Musicians

Cher - lead vocals

Les Dudek - guitars, vocals

Ron "Rocket" Ritchotte - guitars, background vocals

Phil Brown - additional guitar on "88 Degrees"

Mike Finnigan - keyboards, background vocals

James Newton Howard - record producer, synthesizer, keyboards

Michael Boddicker - synthesizer, keyboards

Steve Porcaro - synthesizer, keyboards

David Paich - keyboards, background vocals

Trey Thompson - bass

Gary Ferguson - drums

Max Gronenthal - background vocals

Warren Ham - background vocals

John Townsend - background vocals

Anne Streer - production coordinator

Mick Mizausky - engineer

Tom Knox - engineer

Dana Latham - engineer

Bob Schaper - engineer

Skip Sailor - engineer assistance

Gene Meros - engineer assistance

Terry Christian - engineer assistance

Bill Schnee - mixing

Mike Reese - mastering

Kosh - art direction, design

Aaron Rapoport - photography




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, her final project on the label. 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.

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