Broken Blossom is the fourth studio album by American singer Bette Midler, her second album release in 1977 and her fifth on the Atlantic Records label.
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Bette Midler is the eponymous second studio album by American female vocalist Bette Midler, released in 1973 on the Atlantic Records label. The album, produced by Arif Mardin and Barry Manilow, includes Midler's interpretations of Johnny Mercer and Hoagy Carmichael's "Skylark", Berthold Brecht and Kurt Weill's "Surabaya Johnny", Bob Dylan's "I Shall Be Released" and Glenn Miller's "In the Mood" as well as a Phil Spector medley. Bette Midler reached on the US albums chart and was later awarded a Gold Disc by the RIAA. The album was released on CD for the first time in 1989. A remastered version of the.
Tracklist: 01. Make Yourself Comfortable (04:00) (B. Merrill) 02. You Don't Know Me (03:41) (Eddy Arnold, Cindy Walker) 03. Say Goodbye To Hollywood (03:02) (Billy Joel) 04. I Never Talk To Strangers (duet with Tom Waits) (03:40) (Tom Waits) 05.
Mojim Lyrics Americas singers Bette Midler( The Divine Miss M ) Broken Blossom. Bette Midler( The Divine Miss M ). Album songs. Broken Blossom 】【 1977-11-17 】. Album songs： . ake yourself Comfortable.
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Make Yourself Comfortable
Backing Vocals – Brian Russell, Chuck Higgins*, Danny Gerrard*Baritone Saxophone – Jim HornBass – Leland SklarDrums – Russ KunkelGuitar – Lee RitenourKeyboards – Craig DoergeWritten-By – B. Merrill*
You Don't Know Me
Arranged By – Jimmy Haskell*Backing Vocals – Brenda Russell , Clydie King, Dianne BrooksBass – Leland SklarDrums – Russ KunkelGuitar – Lee RitenourPiano – Craig DoergeWritten-By – Cindy Walker, Eddy Arnold
Say Goodbye To Hollywood
Arranged By – Bobby RozarioBacking Vocals – Brenda Russell , Brian Russell, Clydie King, David LatmanBass – Chuck RaineyDrums – Jim KeltnerGuitar – Lee Ritenour, Thom RotellaPiano – Artie ButlerWritten-By – Billy Joel
I Never Talk To Strangers
Arranged By – Bob AlcivarBass – Jim HughartDrums – Shelly ManneFeaturing [Co-starring] – Tom WaitsPiano – Tom WaitsTenor Saxophone – Frank VicariWritten-By – Tom Waits
Arranged By – Artie ButlerBacking Vocals – Brenda Russell , Clydie King, Dianne BrooksBass – Jim HughartDrums – Jim KeltnerGuitar – Thom RotellaKeyboards – Artie ButlerPercussion – Alan EstesWritten-By – David Pomeranz, Spencer Proffer
Arranged By – Ira NewbornBass – Jerry ScheffDrums – Jim KeltnerGuitar – Fred Tackett, Ira NewbornKeyboards – Don RandiSynthesizer – Steve PorcaroWritten-By – John Carter, Sammy Hagar
Empty Bed Blues
Arranged By – Ira NewbornBass – Jerry ScheffBones – Bill Watrous, Lew McCrearyDrums – Jim KeltnerGuitar – David T. Walker, Fred TackettOrgan – Don RandiPiano – John BarnesSaxophone – Don Menza, Marshall Royal, Plas Johnson, Steve DouglasTrumpet – Bobby Shaw , Don Rader, Gene GoeWritten-By – J.C. Johnson
A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes
Arranged By – Artie ButlerWritten-By – Al Hoffman, Jerry Livingston, Mack David
Arranged By – Artie ButlerBacking Vocals – Ellie Greenwich, Mikie HarrisBass – David HungateDrums – Jim KeltnerGuitar – Lee RitenourPiano – Artie ButlerWritten-By – Gil Garfield, Harry Nilsson, Perry Botkin*
Yellow Beach Umbrella
Arranged By – Artie ButlerBass – Max BennettDrums – Jim KeltnerGuitar, Ukulele – Howard RobertsKeyboards – Craig DoergeWritten-By – Craig Doerge, Judy Henske
La Vie En Rose
Arranged By – Mike MelvoinBass – Jim HughartWritten-By – Edith Piaf, Louiguy, Mack David
This is a label variation when compared to this version: suffix on labels is RI, which refers to the PRC Recording Company, Richmond, IN) and this version: suffix on labels is PR, which refers to the Presswell Records Manufacturing Company). The version in the submission here has suffix MO, which refers to the Monarch Record Manufacturing Company.
The runout etchings of this particular version show a variety of etchings that refer directly to these pressing plants and indicate the use of metalwork from other plants, but based on the fact that the "MO" suffix is present on the labels, the pressing plant is the Monarch Record Manufacturing Company.
Primary Recording Location: The Record Plant, Los Angeles, additional Recording at Studio 55, Los Angeles.
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Label Code (Label Side A): ST-A773989-MO
Label Code (Label Side B): ST-A773990-MO
Matrix / Runout (Runout Side 1 (etched): ST-A-773989AA AUD A+M △22879 (✳) (S) (PR)