Bette Midler’s ‘The Rose’ is the soundtrack to the feature film of the same name released on August 22, 1979 by Atlantic.
Track Listing : 1.Whose Side Are You On? (Kenny Hopkins, Charley Williams) – 04:30 . 2.Midnight In Memphis (Tony Johnson) – 03:44 . 3.Concert Monologue – 2:22 . 4.When A Man Loves A Woman (Calvin Lewisandrew Wright) – 05:20 . 5.Sold My Soul To Rock ‘N’ Roll (Gene Pistilli) – 03:42 . 6.Keep On Rockin’ (Sammy Hagar, John Carter) – 04:03 . 7.Love Me With A Feeling (Hudson Whittaker) – 03:54 . 8.Camellia (Stephen Hunter) – 03:25 . 9.Homecoming Monologue – 1:23 . 10.Stay With Me (Jerry Ragovoy, George David Weiss) – 05:42 . 11.Let Me Call You Sweetheart (Beth Slater Whitson, Leo Friedman) – 01:35 . 12.The Rose (Amanda Mcbroom) – 03:42
Musicians : Bette Midler – Vocals . Danny Weis – Guitar . Steve Hunter – Guitar . Mark Leonard – Bass Guitar . Robbie Buchanan – Keyboards . Pentti Whitey Glan – Drums . Norton Buffalo – Harmonica & Trombone, Backing Vocals . Jerry Jumonville – Saxophone . Mark Underwood – Trumpet . Bill Champlin – Background Vocals . Donny Gerrard – Background Vocals . Greg Prestopino – Acoustic Guitar On (7) . Bill Elliott – Piano On (7) . Jon Sholle – Electric Guitar On (7) . Scott Chambers – Bass On (7) . Harry Stinson – Drums On (7) . Lincoln Mayorga – Piano On (12) . Amanda Mcbroom – Harmony Vocals On (12)
Production : Produced By Paul A. Rothchild . William Gazecki – Engineer, Mixing . Bob Leonard – Engineer . Roger Mayer – Engineer . Stuart Taylor – Engineer . John Neal – Engineer . Ed Lever – Engineer
Released On August 22, 1979 By Atlantic.
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Have this one on both CD and LP. Great album. The movie is absolutely amazing as well. Bette’s best role by far if you ask me. She should have gotten the Oscar. 😉 […]
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Bette Midler shows us she can do blood and guts rock and roll on this #12, double platinum smash album! Midler’s voice is in the same league as Joplin on this superior rock and roll album. If you love TRUE rock and roll, BUY. […]
. It’s hard to get too down on this record, though; it has the magic, it established Bette Midler to the larger audience she deserved, it brought Paul Rothchild the follow-up to Pearl he was cheated of by Joplin’s deathand it rocks. […]