Cher ‎– Stars -1975 - Rock Pop Blues (vinyl)


Cher ‎– Stars -1975 - Rock Pop Blues (vinyl)

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Stars was released April 19, 1975. It was the first record for Warner Bros. Records and was produced by Jimmy Webb. The album was also her very first without Sonny's influence as it followed Cher's divorce with Sonny and the dissolution of her relationship with David Geffen. The album reviews were good, but sales were below expectations despite promotion.[2][3]

Only one single was released from the album - it's the song "Geronimo's Cadillac" (with the song "These Days" on the b side). It did not enter the charts. To help sales, Cher performed material from the album on The Carol Burnett Show and The Flip Wilson Show. The songs performed were "Love Hurts", "Just This One Time" and "Geronimo's Cadillac".[3]

In early 1975, Cher began recording with Phil Spector. These sessions beget the songs "A Woman's Story," and the previously recorded song by The Ronettes, "Baby, I Love You." However, due to Spector's expensive use of studio time, the album was eventually shelved. These songs were released as singles but were unsuccessful; these releases are now considered hard-to-find rarities. Cher then turned to Jimmy Webb to record this album.

The album has never been released on CD or iTunes. According to Billboard, Cher owned this album's master rights and Warner had no right to reissue.

Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ 9 little corner wear
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10 
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10) 
Side 1 - 10
side 2 - 10
BIN # 132
Label:Warner Bros. Records ‎– BS 2850
Format:Vinyl, LP, Album 


A1 Love Enough 3:11
A2 Bell Bottom Blues 4:11
A3 These Days 4:11
A4 Mr. Soul 3:05
A5 Just This One Time 4:50
B1 Geronimo's Cadillac 3:00
B2 The Bigger They Come The Harder They Fall 3:30
B3 Love Hurts 5:02
B4 Rock And Roll Doctor 3:12
B5 Stars 5:17

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