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UPC 14: 00602517080911
Release Date: 1/30/2007
1. Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves ~ Cher
2. Way Of Love, The ~ Cher
6. Train Of Thought ~ Cher
7. Living In A House Divided ~ Cher
8. Don't Hide Your Love ~ Cher
9. I Saw A Man & He Danced With His Wife ~ Cher
11. All I Ever Need Is You ~ Cher
|20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection is the most successful greatest hits series in Canada. Since its launch in 1999, the series has sold over 7 million albums and has grown to include over 400 titles. The albums in the 20th Century Masters series feature both single artist and multi-artist compilations and cover genres from jazz to rock, from gospel to soul and much more.|
These packages are perfect for first-time listeners who want to experience a new artist or sound at a great low price. With all the different types of music and artists represented throughout the line, we know you will find something that you will absolutely have to own!
1. Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves
2. The Way of Love
3. Take Me Home
4. Dark Lady
6. Train of Thought
7. Living in a House Divided
8. Don't Hide Your Love
9. I Saw a Man and He Danced with His Wife
10. Carousel Man
11. All I Ever Need is You
Album Notes and Credits
Notes & Personnel Info
||Producers: Snuff Garrett, Bob Esty.
||Compilation producers: Andy McKaie, Mike Ragogna.
||Includes liner notes by Mike Ragogna.
||Digitally remastered by Eric Labson (MCA Music Media Studios, North Hollywood, California).
||Personnel: Cher (vocals); Sonny Bono (vocals).
||Madonna-like in her ability to reinvent herself, Cher has enjoyed a long and storied career. She touched on folk-rock with then-husband Sonny Bono in the 1960s, took on both neo-hippie and disco-diva personas in the '70s, indulged in MTV video glam in the '80s, and by the new millennium was resting high atop the charts with "Believe." This well-curated collection focuses mostly on her early-to-mid solo career, and includes the classics "Gypsies, Tramps, and Thieves" and "Half Breed," as well as her first disco smash, "Take Me Home," and demonstrates how it's personality--not necessarily great vocal chops--that really sells a pop song.
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