Sunday, October 31, 2021

Cher - Bittersweet White Light (1973)


Cher - Bittersweet White Light (1973)


Tracklist front / back album covers


Side one

1. "By Myself"   3:24

2. "I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good"   3:47

3. "Am I Blue?"   3:43

4. "How Long Has This Been Going On"   4:20

5. "The Man I Love"   4:27


Side two

1. "Sonny Boy"/"My Mammy"/"Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody" (Jolson medley)   4:12

2. "More Than You Know"   3:41

3. "Why Was I Born"   2:45

4. "The Man That Got Away"   4:13



Cher Band Members / Musicians

Cher - lead vocals

Sonny Bono - record producer

Jeff Porcaro - drums

Dean Parks, Don Peake - guitar

David Hungate - bass guitar

David Paich - keyboards

Joe Sample - keyboards

Michel Rubini - keyboards

Jimmy Dale - arrangements

Ted Dale - conductor

Albert Harris (tracks: A3, A5, B2, B3, B4), Gene Page (track: A2), John D'Andrea (track: A4), Michel Rubini (track: A1), Mundell Lowe - orchestra

Lenny Roberts - sound engineer

Bittersweet: The Love Songs Collection (re-issue 1999)

Re-issue producers: Mike Khouri, Andy McKay

Compiled by Mike Khouri



Bittersweet White Light is the 9th studio album by American singer Cher. The album was released in April 1973 by MCA. It was the last solo Cher album to be produced by then-performing partner and husband Sonny Bono. While many fans consider the album to be her best vocal performance, Bittersweet White Light, composed mostly of covers of American pop standards, was Cher's first commercial failure of the 1970s. It was Cher's first record released only by MCA, both in the UK and the US.

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