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Dark Lady

Cher

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For someone whose style changes as often as Cher's does, her style always seems just as sincere and just as much Cher as the previous change. Her personality is set in stone and shines through -- shines brighter than whatever she is dressed in or however many times she has her cheekbones drilled into. How many music artists, even if they lasted in the industry as long as Cher has, would sound just as recognizable on a 1999 synthetically vocalized song called "Believe" as on her 1974 grimly comedic folk song "Dark Lady"? She was more wholesome and organic in the early '70s, but the music is entertaining and hip in its own way. Those who like Cher's '90s material will probably like Cher back then, even though the music is completely different. Released the year following Half Breed, Dark Lady is very similar, like an extension of that album, though more upbeat. "Train of Thought" is raw and fast-moving rock (hence "train") and gave her another American hit. "Miss Subway of 1952" is reminiscent of the acts Cher performed on Sonny and Cher, the kind of song Bette Midler likes to sneak into her albums: clever and fun, sort of breaks the mood and yet seems perfectly placed. "Make the Man Love Me" is not as blatantly comedic, but its prayer to God, as if he was a genie with a deck of cards, comes close. "Rescue Me" is a good cover choice; Cher may not have transformed the song the way she did "Walking in Memphis," but transformation did not used to be the point of covering songs. The point was hearing someone else's voice and it is always fun to hear Cher's renditions of the classics. The sweet and sentimental "What'll I Do" (theme song from The Great Gatsby) softens the mood, and then "Apples Don't Fall Far From the Tree" -- written by Bob Stone, who penned "Gypsys, Tramps, and Thieves" -- brings the album to a very fine, very spirited finish.
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1
Train Of Thought
00:02:35

Alan O'Day, ComposerLyricist - Cher, MainArtist - SNUFF GARRETT, Producer

℗ 1974 UMG Recordings, Inc.

2
I Saw A Man And He Danced With His Wife
00:03:14

John Durrill, ComposerLyricist - Cher, MainArtist - SNUFF GARRETT, Producer - Lennie Roberts, Engineer, StudioPersonnel

℗ 1974 UMG Recordings, Inc.

3
Make The Man Love Me
00:03:19

Barry Mann, ComposerLyricist - Cher, MainArtist - Cynthia Weil, ComposerLyricist - SNUFF GARRETT, Producer - Lenny Roberts, Recording Engineer, StudioPersonnel

℗ 1974 UMG Recordings, Inc.

4
Just What I've Been Lookin' For (Album Version)
00:02:40

Kenny O'Dell, ComposerLyricist - Cher, MainArtist - SNUFF GARRETT, Producer - Lenny Roberts, Recording Engineer, StudioPersonnel

℗ 1974 UMG Recordings, Inc.

5
Dark Lady
00:03:26

John Durrill, ComposerLyricist - Cher, MainArtist - SNUFF GARRETT, Producer

℗ 1973 UMG Recordings, Inc.

6
Miss Subway Of 1952 (Album Version)
00:02:17

Cher, MainArtist - SNUFF GARRETT, Producer - Lenny Roberts, Recording Engineer, StudioPersonnel - Mary F. Cain, ComposerLyricist

℗ 1974 UMG Recordings, Inc.

7
Dixie Girl (Album Version)
00:03:24

John Durrill, ComposerLyricist - Cher, MainArtist - SNUFF GARRETT, Producer - Lenny Roberts, Recording Engineer, StudioPersonnel

℗ 1973 UMG Recordings, Inc.

8
Rescue Me
00:02:24

Cher, MainArtist - SNUFF GARRETT, Producer - Raynard Miner, ComposerLyricist - Lenny Roberts, Recording Engineer, StudioPersonnel - Carl William Smith, ComposerLyricist

℗ 1974 UMG Recordings, Inc.

9
What'll I Do (Album Version)
00:02:30

Cher, MainArtist - Irving Berlin, ComposerLyricist - SNUFF GARRETT, Producer

℗ 1974 UMG Recordings, Inc.

10
Apples Don't Fall Far From The Tree (Album Version)
00:03:22

Cher, MainArtist - SNUFF GARRETT, Producer - Bob Stone, ComposerLyricist - Lenny Roberts, Recording Engineer, StudioPersonnel

℗ 1974 UMG Recordings, Inc.

Descriptif de l'album

For someone whose style changes as often as Cher's does, her style always seems just as sincere and just as much Cher as the previous change. Her personality is set in stone and shines through -- shines brighter than whatever she is dressed in or however many times she has her cheekbones drilled into. How many music artists, even if they lasted in the industry as long as Cher has, would sound just as recognizable on a 1999 synthetically vocalized song called "Believe" as on her 1974 grimly comedic folk song "Dark Lady"? She was more wholesome and organic in the early '70s, but the music is entertaining and hip in its own way. Those who like Cher's '90s material will probably like Cher back then, even though the music is completely different. Released the year following Half Breed, Dark Lady is very similar, like an extension of that album, though more upbeat. "Train of Thought" is raw and fast-moving rock (hence "train") and gave her another American hit. "Miss Subway of 1952" is reminiscent of the acts Cher performed on Sonny and Cher, the kind of song Bette Midler likes to sneak into her albums: clever and fun, sort of breaks the mood and yet seems perfectly placed. "Make the Man Love Me" is not as blatantly comedic, but its prayer to God, as if he was a genie with a deck of cards, comes close. "Rescue Me" is a good cover choice; Cher may not have transformed the song the way she did "Walking in Memphis," but transformation did not used to be the point of covering songs. The point was hearing someone else's voice and it is always fun to hear Cher's renditions of the classics. The sweet and sentimental "What'll I Do" (theme song from The Great Gatsby) softens the mood, and then "Apples Don't Fall Far From the Tree" -- written by Bob Stone, who penned "Gypsys, Tramps, and Thieves" -- brings the album to a very fine, very spirited finish.
© Peter Fawthrop /TiVo

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